Louisiana Bill That Would Invalidate Federal Gun Control Stalls in Legislature

| June 6, 2013

Louisiana Bill That Would Invalidate Federal Gun Control Stalls in Legislature

A Louisiana bill that would have invalidated federal gun control laws on assault rifles has stalled out in the state senate. The bill may not have come up for vote, but that does not mean it is out of the running just yet. Rep. Jim Morris (R), the bill’s sponsor, and other supporters of the bill feared they did not have enough votes to push the bill through the Senate. So, with only two days …

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