ILA | Mississippi: Bill Crossover Deadline Passes, Anti-Gun Bills Do Not

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Last Friday, February 10th, was the deadline for the majority of bills to pass from their chamber of origin to the opposite chamber. Despite efforts by anti-gun legislators to restrict your rights, no gun control bills have advanced. NRA-ILA would like to thank the pro-Second Amendment majorities in the State Senate and the House of Representatives for protecting the rights of law-abiding citizens. 

The most egregious of these bills included:

HB 80, a bill that permitted a government agency to remove firearm rights from a person voluntarily receiving mental health treatment. 

HB 99, a bill that prohibited the sale or giving of certain semi-automatic firearms to any person under the age of twenty-one.

HB 54 and HB 100, bills that required mental health evaluations before a person may be approved for a license to carry a firearm.

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