What do you do if you hate armed citizens and the Supreme Court of the United States as just told you to suck it up, the right to keep and bear arms belongs to every citizen, in their homes and out? You immediately attempt to infringe on the right of the people to keep and bear arms in new and even more offensive ways.
Lawmakers in NJ have submitted a bill that would require people wishing to carry to get accidental discharge insurance and to have non-family references. All part of that “good moral character”. They have also increased the cost of applying for permission to exercise their rights.
Of course they have a huge list of “sensitive places” where you are not allowed to carry.
“The decision by the U.S. Supreme Court earlier this year stripped away the right for states to regulate who is able to carry concealed weapons in public,” said Senate President Nicholas Scutari (D). “This bill, ensuring gun owners prove a legitimate reason for carrying concealed handguns in public, is a promising step in the right direction.”
New Jersey continues to be a leader on gun safety with laws that help keep our communities safe. This bill will help prevent gun violence with common-sense standards to require training, promote gun safety and prevent firearms from being carried into sensitive locations. https://t.co/M79Vq0350G
— Senate President Nick Scutari (@SenPresScutari) October 13, 2022
Scutari & Coughlin Announce Major Gun Safety Initiative
As always, more infringements against people that follow the law which will do nothing to stop those that are criminals.
Democratic state lawmakers rewrite gun carry laws to require insurance, non-family references to carry a gun
H/T to Pistoleer Birdog357
2 thoughts on “Reader Prompt: New gun law in NJ”
Ever notice how liberals restrictions on honest citizens will “prevent gun violence “…
Its so illogical it makes yer headache.. basically what I see is in thier mind you own a firearm you must be a criminal…. What about knife violence, hammer violence, feet, fist n “unarmed “ violence??? new jersey has always been a place I avoid.
In years past I delivered to/loaded out of NJ. Every township I went to was an absolute shithole.
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