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Arizona Senate Passes Bill Declaring Federal Gun Controls Unenforceable

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The Arizona Senate passed legislation Wednesday declaring federal gun laws violating “the U. S. or Arizona Constitutions’ right to bear arms as unenforceable.”

The Associated Press reports that the legislation, Senate Bill 1328, which passed the AZ Senate on Wednesday, not only forbids the enforcement of egregious federal controls but also opens up enforcing agents to the prospect of lawsuits.

A provision in SB 1328 says, “Declares an act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the U. S. government that violates the Second Amendment of the U.S. Constitution or Article II, Section 26 of the Arizona Constitution null, void and unenforceable in Arizona.”

States that a government entity, agency, bureau, employee or official, or a person working under the authority or orders of a government entity, agency, bureau, employee or official commits an impairment of a citizen’s right to bear arms by enforcing or attempting to enforce an act, law, treaty, order, rule or regulation of the U. S. government that is null, void and unenforceable by this statute.

Allows a government entity, agency, bureau, employee or official, or a person worki… (Read more)

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