ILA | Missouri: Legislature Adjourns Sine Die

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On May 30th, the Missouri Legislature adjourned sine die from its 2020 legislative session. Thanks to the efforts of law-abiding citizens and pro-Second Amendment lawmakers, extreme “red flag” gun seizure legislation did not make it out of committee. Unfortunately, the COVID-19 crisis stalled efforts to pass legislation to ensure citizens have the right to self-defense while on public transit.

Though the legislative session is over, it is as critical as ever for NRA members and Second Amendment supporters to remain active and engaged. The outcomes of the August 4th Primary Election and the November 3rd General Election will decide if the Missouri Legislature will have a pro-Second Amendment majority in 2021. Please stay tuned to and your email inbox.

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