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    Default South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    South Carolina Republican state senators approved a bill Tuesday that would make every state resident eligible to own a gun above the age of 17 a member of an “unorganized militia.”


    The bill was approved Tuesday by a 2-1 vote at a Senate subcommittee meeting and is now heading to a full-committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday. The bill was originally introduced Feb. 25 and draws on Article 13 of the state’s constitution. This article allows the governor to call up an “unorganized militia” of “able-bodied male citizens” between ages 18 and 45, the Associated Press reported.

    The bill is sponsored by Republican South Carolina state Sen. Tom Corbin and a group of other state GOP senators and proposes an automatic expansion of the membership to every state citizen over 17 years of age, which is intended to prevent federal disarmament.

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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    I anticipate some sort of action on the part of the states who aren't going to go for this liberal bullshit.
    If you're afraid of the people you represent, you might be doing something wrong

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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    Source ? Link ?
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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    An unorganized militia beats a disorganized one.
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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    Quote Originally Posted by xXxplosive View Post
    South Carolina Republican state senators approved a bill Tuesday that would make every state resident eligible to own a gun above the age of 17 a member of an *unorganized militia.*


    The bill was approved Tuesday by a 2-1 vote at a Senate subcommittee meeting and is now heading to a full-committee meeting scheduled for Wednesday. The bill was originally introduced Feb. 25 and draws on Article 13 of the state*s constitution. This article allows the governor to call up an *unorganized militia* of *able-bodied male citizens* between ages 18 and 45, the Associated Press reported.

    The bill is sponsored by Republican South Carolina state Sen. Tom Corbin and a group of other state GOP senators and proposes an automatic expansion of the membership to every state citizen over 17 years of age, which is intended to prevent federal disarmament.
    You may not realize it but federal law has the same provision.

    CFR10, Code 246, Chapter 12 . Just search militia federal law.

    Sorry, link wouldn't copy.

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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    Quote Originally Posted by ItchyTick View Post
    You may not realize it but federal law has the same provision.
    Yeah but now the whole state of South Carolina is saying, "Come and take it, motherfucker".
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    Default Re: South Carolina Militia Bill.....

    Good!

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