Delaware: Governor’s First Anti-Gun Bill Drafted

| February 21, 2013

Delaware: Governor’s First Anti-Gun Bill Drafted

Last month, as reported by NRA-ILA, Governor Jack Markell (D) unleashed a five-point plan to subject Delaware to sweeping gun control measures.  Yesterday, he unveiled the first draft in what is expected to be a series of anti-gun legislation.  The bill printed yesterday – which has yet to be assigned a bill number – would require any gun owner to notify police within 48 hours if a firearm was lost or stolen.  This bill does nothing to solve an existing crime problem, but is an ideological attack on gun ownership.  It institutes policies to criminalize victims of crime, and subjects anyone who does not follow these arbitrary laws to heavy fines or felony charges that would take away their right to possess a firearm legally.  

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