Reciprocity bills advancing

H.R.38 has moved out of the Judiciary Committee.  It’s next stop would be the floor for a full House vote.

Here is some out-gassing by Jerrold Nadler about it:

Meanwhile, the Senate companion S.446 gained another co-sponsoring bringing the total to 39.

5 Responses to “Reciprocity bills advancing”

  1. Em Says:

    SAGA should have been the priority. Not this thing. If it were to go up to SCOTUS, CCR would be far more likely to be struck down on balancing test / “compelling public safety interest” / states rights…. SAGA would be way more useful, and a much better case. As I said, I don’t believe either are going anywhere anyway. Good thing bout this it would be a dick up FUAC’s, Schumer’s ass. LOL.


  2. Em Says:

    I do believe that as a matter of practicality, CCR WOULD make us safer – would stop a terror attack or mass shooting. G-d forbid, I WOULD want a guy from Texas / America to be there with a gun to help. But from our political perspective, I believe CCR is a big mistake. Maybe take a shot at it after SAGA?


  3. admin Says:

    SAGA isn’t going anywhere. It doesn’t even have a Senate companion. Reciprocity has been cooking for 22 years and has lots of support.


  4. BB Says:

    I’ve heard that HR4477 NICS Fix has been quietly attached to this bill effectively poisoning it. True?? who done it?


  5. admin Says:

    I believe they want to try an offer that as an amendment, but HR38 itself is clean.


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