The latest gun control push in Montpelier is under the disguise as the method to reduce suicides.
Even though research on the topic does NOT support this claim.
Here is a great video on the subject.
Nov. 20, 2018: UPDATE
The Attorney General’s office has filed this reply to our initial complaint:
Sept. 4, 2018:
We at the Gun Owners of Vermont are going to court to fight the bump stock ban, the 18-21 year … Read More
OK folks, the number to call is 802 828 2228. Call your reps and remind them to vote no on S-169. I am also including the contact information for the e mails to them. The most important thing is to … Read More
As of 3:23 Sunday May 12th the agenda for House Judiciary has changed. Previously, S.169 was on the agenda with the tag of “Committee Discussion”. Now the tag says: “Committee Discussion and Possible Vote”.
A total of 10 minutes have … Read More
May 4, 2019, Times Argus
As I understand it: The suggested need for a waiting period is as a way to help reduce impulsive acts done with firearms, specifically suicides or murders, with this being referred to as “reducing access … Read More
S.169 saw no action today in the House Judiciary Committee. It is scheduled for
“Committee Discussion” on Monday at 2:30 P.M.
The tentative end date for the 2019 legislative year was to be by May 18. The
legislature is taking … Read More