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Red State Bans Police From Enforcing Federal Gun Laws

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“It is our time to protect the Second Amendment,” Parson said of the legislation. “This is exactly what this bill does, and it’s time to get this thing signed and get it into law.”

The new law requires local law enforcement agencies to uphold an individual’s Second Amendment rights, with fines up to $50,000 for a violation.

Supporters of the legislation argue it represents a “line in the sand” meant to protect the state’s residents from federal government overreach.

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“While some people may not spend a lot of time thinking about the Second Amendment, it’s critical to the preservation of our republic,” said Mike Brown, co-founder of Frontier Justice shooting range, where the legislation was signed.

But Democrats fiercely opposed the bill, calling it “dangerous and obviously unconstitutional.”

“House Bill 85 is a radical, dangerous and obviously unconstitutional attempt to declare … (Read more)

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