Act Now for Productive State Legislative Sessions

  • Source: Ammoland
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Second Amendment supporters often think that when a state legislature (or Congress) is not in session, then our rights are relatively safe. After all, when they are not in session, anti-Second Amendment extremists can’t pass legislation.

That is a true statement, but there is a flip side: Although anti-Second Amendment legislation cannot pass, neither can legislation that would either repeal anti-Second Amendment provisions already in the law or legislation to address new threats. This includes, but is not limited to, countering the existential threat of financial deplatforming.

Time will also be short this year. Why? In some states, the legislative session is a lot shorter in an election year. And legislators will be either running for re-election, running for a higher office, or retiring.

For example, in West Virginia, the 2021 legislative session was roughly three months. In 2022, it is scheduled for about two months. While two months sounds like a lot of time to get  bill though, keep in mind that as is the case in Congress, there are committee processes, which vary by each state.
Source: Ammoland
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