New Jersey: Senate Approves Remaining Anti-Gun Bills

| May 31, 2013

New Jersey: Senate Approves Remaining Anti-Gun Bills

Yesterday, the New Jersey Senate passed multiple dangerous gun control bills.  Some of these bills will now go to the Governor for his consideration, while others will be returned to the Assembly for concurrence with Senate amendments.  Unfortunately, the state Senate failed to use their opportunity this session to instead make easy fixes to longstanding issues that have plagued law-abiding gun owners in the Garden State.  Among the fixes still desperately needed are clarification of current law to prevent law-abiding gun owners from being turned into criminals over minor technical transportation violations, enforcement of the thirty-day permit issuance deadline already required by law but ignored by permitting authorities, and extension of handgun permits to one year.

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Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

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