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Pennsylvania State Representative Sam Rohrer has introduced the “Firearms Freedom Act” (HB1988) for consideration in the state legislature. The bill is “An Act prohibiting certain firearms, firearm accessories or ammunition from being subject to Federal law or Federal regulation.”
My home state of California usually interacts with the federal government by genuflecting. But, on a few issues – very few, that is – they’ve got plenty of backbone.
Phil Russo and Jason Hoyt of TeaPartyPatriotsLive.com (660 WORL-AM: Orlando, FL), interview Michael Boldin on the Florida’s Sovereignty Resolution, the Firearms Freedom Act, the Commerce Clause, and more.
On its way to the Governor’s desk, the bill states that “federal laws and regulations do not apply to personal firearms, firearm accessories, or ammunition that is manufactured in Tennessee and remains in Tennessee.”
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