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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    So when will the lawsuits start to repeal this soon to be law?

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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Wildbill990 View Post
    So when will the lawsuits start to repeal this soon to be law?
    Courts are like a backup parachute, not really meant to be used, but there just incase, and with unpredictable results. We need to regain control over our elected lawmakers and address these issues at the legislature. That is the purpose / intent of the legislature, to make / repeal laws.

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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by JustinHEMI View Post
    Mine voted no.
    Today I am sending out letters. One to my Rep thanking him for voting NO. One to my State Senator expressing my deep disappointment in the YES vote, including a refusal to consider amendments. That letter came with a statement that absent hearing back with a compelling reason in support of the YES vote, the Senator will not get my vote in November. Be interested in seeing if I get a response with a compelling reason.

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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by Wildbill990 View Post
    So when will the lawsuits start to repeal this soon to be law?
    I am not a lawyer and I do not speak legalese, let alone understand it much- but I think a person has to be 'harmed' by the legislation before they can sue. I tip my hat to the lawyers....

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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Wolf signed into law this week. I didn't see anyone mention it on here.
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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by alpacaheat View Post
    Wolf signed into law this week. I didn't see anyone mention it on here.
    Probably b/c it was assumed hed sign and not veto it.

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    Default Re: Senators Who Voted for HB 2060 Gun Confiscation Bill

    Quote Originally Posted by longcall911 View Post
    Most of the lawmakers simply ignored their constituents. They were pressured by GOP leadership to vote yes or else there would be no more campaign funds for reelection. They were told to justify their vote as protecting women from domestic abuse.

    So why was GOP hell bent on pushing it through? To help Wolf... and therefore hurt Wagner. Wolf can say he signed legislation to protect women. They would rather have Wolf serve 1 final term so Turzai can run in 2022. If Wagner wins, they know he'll go 2 terms which makes Turzai wait until 2026. Also, they hate Wagner because he's not part of the corrupt establishment and is committed to busting their stranglehold on government.
    Makes sense. Wagner reminded me a bit of trump. National republicans were out to screw trump so it makes sense some state republicans would screw a state candidate.

    Quote Originally Posted by abner13 View Post
    Did anyone actually read and understand the parts I emboldened?

    ''Under this legislation an individual found guilty and sentenced before a judge would be required to relinquish any and all firearms in their possession narrowing the window of time in which convicted abusers would have to relinquish their weapons from 60 days to 48 hours for an individual convicted of the misdemeanor crime of domestic violence.

    The defendant would be prohibited from turning over their weapons to a family member or friend and instead would be required to relinquish them to law enforcement, an authorized gun dealer or an attorney.
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    So you guys think violent convicted wife-beaters should keep their guns?
    The voters of delaware think they should be elected senator and the voters of Minnesota seem to think they should be elected attorney general.
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