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H.R. 45:
Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009
To provide for the implementation of a system of licensing for purchasers of certain firearms and for a record of sale system for those firearms, and for other purposes.

We ran an experiment to see if the GovTrack community could collaboratively write a letter to Congress against this bill. See the group letter we delivered in May 2009.

Overview

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Occurred: Introduced Jan 6, 2009
Occurred: Referred to Committee View Committee Assignments
Not Yet Occurred: Reported by Committee ...
Not Yet Occurred: House Vote ...
Not Yet Occurred: Senate Vote ...
Not Yet Occurred: Signed by President ...
This bill is in the first step in the legislative process. Introduced bills and resolutions first go to committees that deliberate, investigate, and revise them before they go to general debate. The majority of bills and resolutions never make it out of committee. [Last Updated: Jan 5, 2010 7:07PM]
Last Action:
Feb 9, 2009: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.
Related:
See the Related Legislation page for other bills related to this one and a list of subject terms that have been applied to this bill. Sometimes the text of one bill or resolution is incorporated into another, and in those cases the original bill or resolution, as it would appear here, would seem to be abandoned.
Question & Answer
Can you answer any of these questions posed by other users? Think of it as a civic good deed. See 55 more questions posed on this topic or submit your own question on the Q&A page.
 

Dec 4, 2009 2:53 PM - Do we not already submit documents, upon purchase, which serve as "license(s)"? - Read Answers
 
Dec 13, 2009 7:12 AM - Is it true that beginning with our next Tax return we will have to register any firearms? - Read Answers
 

H.R. 17:
Citizens' Self-Defense Act of 2009

To protect the right to obtain firearms for security, and to use firearms in defense of self, family, or home, and to provide for the enforcement of such right.

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Occurred: Introduced Jan 6, 2009
Occurred: Referred to Committee View Committee Assignments
Not Yet Occurred: Reported by Committee ...
Not Yet Occurred: House Vote ...
Not Yet Occurred: Senate Vote ...
Not Yet Occurred: Signed by President ...
This bill is in the first step in the legislative process. Introduced bills and resolutions first go to committees that deliberate, investigate, and revise them before they go to general debate. The majority of bills and resolutions never make it out of committee. [Last Updated: Jan 5, 2010 7:03PM]
Last Action:
Feb 9, 2009: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.
Related:
See the Related Legislation page for other bills related to this one and a list of subject terms that have been applied to this bill. Sometimes the text of one bill or resolution is incorporated into another, and in those cases the original bill or resolution, as it would appear here, would seem to be abandoned.
Question & Answer
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May 7, 2009 1:59 PM - what are the proponents in congress for supporting this bill? - Answer it!
 
Oct 11, 2009 3:45 PM - Is this another attempt to require registration of ALL of the firearms that you own, and then tax your right to own them? Will this also include the confiscation of certain firearms that are now legal to own? An, finally, should this be passed, would it become retroactive, or would it only apply to a "start date"? - Read Answers
 

H.R. 1022:
Assault Weapons Ban and Law Enforcement Protection Act of 2007
To reauthorize the assault weapons ban, and for other purposes.

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Occurred: Introduced Feb 13, 2007
Occurred: Referred to Committee View Committee Assignments
Not Yet Occurred: Reported by Committee (did not occur)
Not Yet Occurred: House Vote (did not occur)
Not Yet Occurred: Senate Vote (did not occur)
Not Yet Occurred: Signed by President (did not occur)
This bill never became law. This bill was proposed in a previous session of Congress. Sessions of Congress last two years, and at the end of each session all proposed bills and resolutions that haven't passed are cleared from the books. Members often reintroduce bills that did not come up for debate under a new number in the next session.
Last Action:
Mar 19, 2007: Referred to the Subcommittee on Crime, Terrorism, and Homeland Security.
Related:
See the Related Legislation page for other bills related to this one and a list of subject terms that have been applied to this bill. Sometimes the text of one bill or resolution is incorporated into another, and in those cases the original bill or resolution, as it would appear here, would seem to be abandoned.
Question & Answer
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Dec 17, 2008 10:04 PM - will this last 10 years also or longer? - Read Answers
 
Aug 19, 2009 12:01 AM - Would this ban the sale or possession of C&R semi-automatics? - Answer it!
 
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FIRearms bills

The following is a list of current pending legislation in Congress. These bills and resolutions have been proposed by Members of Congress but may not have had any action taken on them on their path to becoming law.

Bill
Status
H.R. 3326: Department of Defense Appropriations Act, 2010
Enacted
Dec 19, 2009
H.R. 3288: Transportation, Housing and Urban Development, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010
Enacted
Dec 16, 2009
H.R. 3239: To require the Secretary of Homeland Security, in consultation with the Secretary of State, to submit a report on the effects of the Merida Initiative on the border security of the United States, and for other purposes.
Reported by Committee
Nov 17, 2009
H.R. 2847: Commerce, Justice, Science, and Related Agencies Appropriations Act, 2010
Passed House, Passed Senate
Nov 5, 2009
H.R. 2892: Department of Homeland Security Appropriations Act, 2010
Enacted
Oct 28, 2009
H.R. 2647: National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2010
Enacted
Oct 28, 2009
H.R. 1333: To amend chapter 40 of title 18, United States Code, to exempt the transportation, shipment, receipt, or importation of explosive materials for delivery to a federally recognized Indian tribe or an agency of such a tribe from various Federal criminal prohibitions relating to explosives.
Passed House
Sep 30, 2009 1:11 PM
H.R. 1727: Managing Arson Through Criminal History (MATCH) Act of 2009
Passed House
Sep 30, 2009 12:50 PM
H.R. 3045: Section 8 Voucher Reform Act of 2009
Reported by Committee
Jul 23, 2009
H.R. 2346: Supplemental Appropriations Act, 2009
Enacted
Jun 24, 2009
H.R. 2410: Foreign Relations Authorization Act, Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011
Passed House
Jun 10, 2009 6:49 PM
H.R. 2200: Transportation Security Administration Authorization Act
Passed House
Jun 4, 2009 4:55 PM
S. 669: Veterans 2nd Amendment Protection Act
Reported by Committee
May 21, 2009
H.R. 1913: Local Law Enforcement Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009
Passed House
Apr 29, 2009 4:44 PM
S. 1789: Fair Sentencing Act of 2009
Introduced
Oct 15, 2009
H.R. 3789: Amtrak Secure Transportation of Firearms Act
Introduced
Oct 13, 2009
H.R. 3781: Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act
Introduced
Oct 8, 2009
H.R. 3752: Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act Improvements Act of 2009
Introduced
Oct 7, 2009
S. 1702: Target Practice and Marksmanship Training Support Act
Introduced
Sep 23, 2009
S. 1684: Managing Arson Through Criminal History (MATCH) Act of 2009
Introduced
Sep 17, 2009
S. 1638: Amtrak Secure Transportation of Firearms Act
Introduced
Aug 6, 2009
H.Con.Res. 173: Expressing the sense of the Congress that the Federal Government should not levy any additional taxes on firearms or firearm ammunition during the current economic hardship.
Introduced
Jul 30, 2009
S. 1526: No Firearms for Foreign Felons Act of 2009
Introduced
Jul 28, 2009
H.R. 3021: Citizens Protection Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 24, 2009
H.R. 3023: Anti-Terrorism Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 24, 2009
H.R. 3022: Second Amendment Protection Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 24, 2009
S. 1317: Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 22, 2009
H.R. 2933: Firearm Recidivist Sentencing Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 18, 2009
H.R. 2924: Presidential Commission to Study the Culture and Glorification of Violence in America Act
Introduced
Jun 17, 2009
H.R. 2857: Gang Deterrence and Community Protection Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 12, 2009
H.R. 2780: Federal Restricted Buildings and Grounds Improvement Act of 2009
Introduced
Jun 9, 2009
S. 1132: Law Enforcement Officers Safety Act Improvements Act of 2009
Introduced
May 21, 2009
H.R. 2547: Veterans 2nd Amendment Protection Act
Introduced
May 21, 2009
H.R. 2475: Foreign Relations Authorization and Reform Act, Fiscal Years 2010 and 2011
Introduced
May 19, 2009
H.R. 2401: No Fly, No Buy Act of 2009
Introduced
May 13, 2009
H.R. 2324: Gun Show Loophole Closing Act of 2009
Introduced
May 7, 2009
H.R. 2296: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Reform and Firearms Modernization Act of 2009
Introduced
May 7, 2009
S. 941: Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives Reform and Firearms Modernization Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 30, 2009
H.R. 2193: Affordable Reloaded Munitions Supply (ARMS) Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 30, 2009
H.R. 2202: Child Safety and Home Security Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 30, 2009
H.R. 2159: Denying Firearms and Explosives to Dangerous Terrorists Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 29, 2009
S. 909: Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act
Introduced
Apr 28, 2009
H.R. 2153: Second Amendment Restoration Act
Introduced
Apr 28, 2009
H.R. 2100: To provide for the conveyance of certain public land in Mohave Valley, Mohave County, Arizona, administered by the Bureau of Land Management to the Arizona Game and Fish Department, for use as a public shooting range.
Introduced
Apr 27, 2009
H.R. 2083: Border Sovereignty and Protection Act
Introduced
Apr 23, 2009
H.Res. 351: Expressing the sense of the House of Representatives that a Federal statute requiring firearm registration would unduly burden the Second Amendment right of the people to keep and bear arms.
Introduced
Apr 22, 2009
S. 845: Respecting States Rights and Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 21, 2009
S. 843: Gun Show Background Check Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 21, 2009
S. 816: Preservation of the Second Amendment in National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges Act
Introduced
Apr 2, 2009
H.R. 1867: Border Violence Prevention Act of 2009
Introduced
Apr 2, 2009
H.R. 1900: Border Security, Cooperation, and Act Now Drug War Prevention Act
Introduced
Apr 2, 2009
H.R. 1684: Preservation of the Second Amendment in National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges Act
Introduced
Mar 24, 2009
H.R. 1620: Secure Access to Firearms Enhancement (SAFE) Act of 2009
Introduced
Mar 19, 2009
S. 650: Federal Death Penalty Abolition Act of 2009
Introduced
Mar 19, 2009
S. 632: Firearms Fairness and Affordability Act
Introduced
Mar 18, 2009
H.Con.Res. 71: Expressing the Sense of the Congress that the Federal Government should not create a national database tracking firearm owners or firearm purchases.
Introduced
Mar 12, 2009
H.R. 1437: Southern Border Security Task Force Act of 2009
Introduced
Mar 11, 2009
H.R. 1448: Border Reinforcement and Violence Reduction Act of 2009
Introduced
Mar 11, 2009
S. 556: Firearms Transfer Improvement Act
Introduced
Mar 10, 2009
H.R. 1303: CAN DO Act of 2009
Introduced
Mar 4, 2009
H.R. 1074: Firearms Interstate Commerce Reform Act
Introduced
Feb 13, 2009
H.R. 1022: Gang Prevention, Intervention, and Suppression Act
Introduced
Feb 12, 2009
H.R. 1048: Asset Management Improvement Act of 2009
Introduced
Feb 12, 2009
H.R. 866: Law Enforcement Protection Act
Introduced
Feb 4, 2009
S. 371: Respecting States Rights and Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2009
Introduced
Feb 3, 2009
H.R. 808: Department of Peace Act
Introduced
Feb 3, 2009
H.R. 834: Ramos and Compean Justice Act of 2009
Introduced
Feb 3, 2009
H.R. 675: To amend title 10, United States Code, to provide police officers, criminal investigators, and game law enforcement officers of the Department of Defense with authority to execute warrants, make arrests, and carry firearms.
Introduced
Jan 26, 2009
S. 325: A bill to amend section 845 of title 18, United States Code, relating to explosives, to grant the Attorney General exemption authority.
Introduced
Jan 26, 2009
H.R. 642: Recreational Shooting Protection Act
Introduced
Jan 22, 2009
H.R. 623: To provide for greater judicial discretion in sentencing for certain firearms offenses committed in exceptional circumstances.
Introduced
Jan 21, 2009
H.R. 495: Southwest Border Violence Reduction Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 14, 2009
H.R. 510: To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986 to require that the payment of the manufacturers' excise tax on recreational equipment be paid quarterly.
Introduced
Jan 14, 2009
S. 205: Southwest Border Violence Reduction Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 12, 2009
H.R. 442: Veterans' Heritage Firearms Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 9, 2009
H.R. 455: Missisquoi and Trout Rivers Wild and Scenic River Study Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 9, 2009
H.R. 256: David Ray Hate Crimes Prevention Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 7, 2009
H.R. 265: Drug Sentencing Reform and Cocaine Kingpin Trafficking Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 7, 2009
H.R. 257: Child Gun Safety and Gun Access Prevention Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 7, 2009
H.R. 17: Citizens' Self-Defense Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 6, 2009
H.R. 197: National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 6, 2009
H.R. 45: Blair Holt's Firearm Licensing and Record of Sale Act of 2009
Introduced
Jan 6, 2009

The UN And International Treaties
 
Wednesday, November 25, 2009
 

Over the last few weeks, we have received many inquiries regarding the UN and the impact of international treaties on our Second Amendment freedom. 

The NRA has been engaged at the United Nations and elsewhere internationally in response to anti-small arms initiatives for over 14 years.  In most cases, agendas for the elimination of private ownership of firearms are disguised as calls for international arms control to stem the flow of illicit military weapons.   These instruments are generally promoted by a small group of nations and a large number of Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) working in conjunction with departmental bureaucracies in multi-national institutions such as the UN and European Union. 

The new U.S. administration, to no one’s surprise, has changed direction in the UN with respect to international small arms control initiatives that were resisted by the previous administration. 

The current issue under discussion, the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT), is in the early stages of the negotiation process.  There is no actual draft text at this time.  Work on the ATT is scheduled to continue by a consensus process between now and 2012.  It should be noted that any treaty must be approved by two thirds of the U.S. Senate for ratification. 

Attempts to thwart our freedoms should be no surprise, given the anti-gun climate of the international community in general, and the current U.S. administration in particular. 

More generally, the NRA does not concern itself with foreign policy or arms control initiatives—except to the extent they would directly or indirectly affect Second Amendment rights. 

We have been actively opposing transnational efforts that would limit Second Amendment freedoms.  For many years, NRA has been monitoring and actively fighting any credible attempts on the part of the UN to restrict our sovereignty and gun rights.  As a recognized Non-Governmental Organization (NGO) at the United Nations since 1997, NRA gives gun owners a strong voice in the UN’s debate over global “gun control.” As one of over 2,000 NGOs representing everyone from religious groups to the banking industry, NRA has access to UN meetings that are closed to the general public, and is able to distribute informational materials to participants in UN activities. 

Most importantly, NRA’s status as an NGO allows us to monitor more closely the internal UN debate over firearm issues and report back to our members.  The role NRA plays within the UN as an NGO is almost identical to the role our registered lobbyists play every day on Capitol Hill and in state capitals across the nation—educating and informing decision-makers of the facts behind the debate, and working to protect the interests of American gun owners and NRA members. 

Due to our NGO status, NRA was able to take an active role in thwarting the absurdly titled “UN Conference to Review Progress Made in the Implementation of the Programme of Action to Prevent and Eradicate the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons in All Its Aspects” in 2006, and the previous meeting, the “UN Conference on the Illicit Trade in Small Arms and Light Weapons” in the summer of 2001. 

The UN Small Arms Conference ended in deadlock with no formal conclusions or recommendations, due in large part to the NRA.  In the final analysis, the complexity of the issue and the concerns of hunters, sport shooters and firearm owners world-wide prevailed.  The failure of the program was total; no recommendations on ammunition, civilian possession or future UN meetings, or for that matter any other subjects, were adopted. 

In addition to its UN activities, NRA is a founding member of the World Forum on the Future of Sport Shooting Activities (WFSA).  The WFSA is an association of hunting, shooting, and industry organizations that was founded in 1996.  The WFSA includes over 35 national and international organizations, and represents over 100 million sport shooters worldwide. 

NRA members may rest assured that we are actively engaged in international matters.  We have never hesitated, nor will we hesitate, to use the political and other resources available to us to resist any international agreement that could in any way affect our Second Amendment rights.

 

National Rifle Association of America, Institute for Legislative Action.
 

Did You Know
According to U.S. Supreme Court Justice Joseph Story: "The right of the citizens to keep and bear arms has justly been considered, as the palladium of the liberties of the republic; since it offers a strong moral check against usurpation and arbitrary power of the rulers." (Commentaries on the Constitution, 1833)

 

Did You Know
That polls indicate that 63% of Americans feel that NRA represents their views. That number is higher than the number who feel they are represented by the AFL-CIO.

 

 

Gun Ownership at All-Time High, New FBI Report Shows
Violent Crime at a 35-Year Low, Murder at a 43-Year Low

 

Over the last two decades, many “gun control” laws have been eliminated or made less restrictive at the federal, state, and local levels. Numbers of privately-owned guns and Right-to-Carry states have risen to all-time highs. Every step of the way, “gun control” groups have predicted violent crime would increase. Instead, the nation’s violent crime rate has been declining since 1991, and in 2008 fell to a 35-year low. In the same period, the nation’s murder rate fell to a 43-year low. 

Less “Gun Control”: The Brady Act’s handgun waiting period expired in 1998, in favor of the NRA-supported National Instant Check System. Some states thereafter eliminated waiting periods or purchase permit requirements. The federal “assault weapon” ban expired in 2004. Since 1987, 30 states have eliminated prohibitory or restrictive carry laws, in favor of Right-to-Carry (RTC) laws; there are now 40 RTC states, an all-time high. All states have hunter protection laws, 48 have range protection laws, 48 prohibit local jurisdictions from imposing gun laws more restrictive than state law, 44 protect the right to arms in their constitutions, and Congress and 33 states have prohibited frivolous lawsuits against the firearm industry.1 Studies by or for Congress, the Congressional Research Service, the Library of Congress, the National Institute of Justice, the National Academy of Sciences, and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention have found no evidence that “gun control” reduces crime.2 

More Guns: There are 250+ million privately-owned firearms in the United States.3  The number of guns typically rises by about 4.5 million every year,4 though between 2007-2008, firearm transactions cleared by the National Criminal Instant Background Check rose 14 percent.5 

Less Violent Crime: Since 1991, the nation’s violent crime rate has decreased 40 percent (murder, 45 percent; rape, 31 percent; robbery, 47 percent; and aggravated assault, 37 percent. From 2007-2008, the violent crime rate decreased 3 percent (murder, 5 percent; rape, 2 percent; robbery, 2 percent; and aggravated assault, 3 percent.) States with Right-to-Carry laws have lower violent crime rates, on average, compared to the rest of the country: total violent crime by 31 percent, murder, 39 percent; robbery, 55 percent; and aggravated assault, 19 percent. States that have the most restrictive gun control laws tend to have the highest ratios of robberies (confrontational violent crimes) to non-confrontational property crimes. 6

 

Notes:

1. For fact sheets and gun law information, visit www.nraila.org/Issues/.

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"ALERT"

New York: Large Number of Anti-Gun Bills Filed in Albany 
Please Contact Your State Legislators Today!

 

The following anti-gun bills have been referred to various committees in the New York State Senate and Assembly and are awaiting action.  Please take the time to contact your lawmakers and urge them to oppose the following list of anti-gun bills:

  • Assembly Bill 801A and its Senate companion, S 1598A, would require five-year renewals on pistol licenses. 
  • Assembly Bill 1093 and its Senate companion, S 1715, would create liability for legal firearm retailers when criminals misuse firearms.
  • Assembly Bill 1275 and its Senate companion, S 1712, would outlaw the private sale and transfer of long guns.
  • Assembly Bill 1326 and its Senate companion, S 5228, would outlaw all handguns sold in the state not equipped with so-called "child-proofing" measures.
  • Assembly Bill 2881 and its Senate companion, S 2379, would ban the sale of common self-defense and hunting ammunition.
  • Assembly Bill 2884 would prohibit gun shows on public property.
  • Assembly Bill 2885 and Assembly Bill 2910 would establish standards for guns sold in the state and would allow the state police to prevent ANY firearm they deem unsafe from being transferred into the state.
  • Assembly Bill 3200 and its Senate companion, S 2953, would require ammunition coding or bullet serialization. 
  • Assembly Bill 3346 would outlaw affordable handguns commonly used for self-defense.
  • Assembly Bill 3477 and its Senate companion, S 1188, would expand the failed 10-year-old, ballistic imaging program to include even more firearms.
  • Assembly Bill 4441 and its Senate companion, S 4338, would prohibit the manufacture, sale or transfer of handguns not equipped with so-called "smart gun" technology.
  • Assembly Bill 5844 and its Senate companion, S 3098, would prohibit keeping firearms available for self-defense in the home.
  • Assembly Bill 6157 and Assembly Bill 6294 and their Senate companion, S 4084, would drastically expand the state's ban on so-called "assault weapons" to include virtually all semi-automatic rifles and pistols that can accept detachable magazines.
  • Assembly Bill 6468B and its Senate companion, S 6005, would outlaw the sale of all semi-automatic handguns not equipped with so-called "microstamping" technology.
  • Senate Bill 4752 would ban certain firearms based upon bore diameter.

On a positive note, during one of the state's worst fiscal crises, the NRA would like to highlight worthwhile legislation.  Assembly Bill 5427 and Assembly Bill 6388 and their Senate companion, S 1152, seek to eliminate the state's ballistic imaging database (COBIS).  New York taxpayers should be outraged that over the last decade nearly 50 million dollars have been spent on this supposed crime-fighting tool that has resulted in ZERO prosecutions. 

Call your lawmakers and urge them to support A 5427, A 6388 and S 1152 and do away with this wasteful program TODAY.  Also, politely remind them that many of the NRA-opposed bills listed above will cost millions of taxpayer dollars, and like COBIS, without reducing crimes.

State Assembly Members can be reached by phone at (518) 455-4100.  To find your Assembly Member and detailed info such as email addresses - fax #s - and direct phones, please click here.  Your State Senator can be contacted through the Senate switchboard at (518) 455-2800.

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