Proposed Legislation Designed To Curb Your Appetite For Ammunition and Magazines.

imagesOur Democratic Senators are once again introducing legislation to prohibit the sale and possession of any magazine, belt or feed strips that can hold more than 10 rounds.  The legislation is being proposed as an amendment to the Cybersecurity Act, which is up for a vote next week. The Cybersecurity Act was introduced to strengthen individual privacy by requiring law enforcement to obtain a court order before GPS tracking devices can be used. In addition to the proposal, crafted by Democratic Senator Frank Lautenberg and Democratic Representative Carolyn McCarthy, the amendment would limit the ability of law-abiding citizens to buy unlimited quantities of ammunition over the Internet, or by mail order, anonymously.

There are a number of Democratic Senators I know would not support this legislation but it’s important for you as voters to turn your attention to the Democrat and Independent seats up for grabs in the upcoming election, and I want to encourage you to communicate frequently with your Senators to ensure that your wishes are known.

Democrats/Independents seeking re-election

  • Dianne Feinstein of California
  • Tom Carper of Delaware
  • Bill Nelson of Florida
  • Ben Cardin of Maryland
  • Debbie Stabenow of Michigan
  • Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota
  • Claire McCaskill of Missouri
  • Jon Tester of Montana
  • Bob Menendez of New Jersey
  • Kirsten Gillibrand of New York
  • Sherrod Brown of Ohio
  • Bob Casey, Jr. of Pennsylvania
  • Sheldon Whitehouse of Rhode Island
  • Bernie Sanders of Vermont (Independent)
  • Maria Cantwell of Washington
  • Joe Manchin of West Virginia
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