Friday, December 26, 2014

Northern Mariana Islands Considering Gun Bill

A SENATE clerk yesterday urged senators to carefully weigh the consequences of passing Senate Bill 18-69 or the Weapons Omnibus Act of 2014 which will impose restrictions on handguns in the CNMI.

Alicia Deleon Guerrero’s voice cracked as she explained to the senators that she is neither supporting nor opposing the bill, but is merely asking the senators to consider the possible impact of the bill on the community.

“It is my contention that this legislation be presented to the public and be scrutinized with a fine tooth comb. A public hearing must be conducted to hear the pros and cons of this legislation because it…greatly affects the livelihood of the community,” she said during the public-comment portion of the Senate session yesterday.

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1 comment:

Wireless.Phil said...

Their plan, start small and work on the rest.
IF it passes, they will say, well, they did it, why not you, mind set.

Don't buy into it!

Tonight, 2:37am in the morning, ABC World News Now is reporting a 60% increase in gun sales. Showed all the funny colored girl guns, etc.

But Google "increased gun sales", nothing since November.

Media BS to scare the anti gun people!