Although it may seem like a good idea up front, I find myself against this bill.
1. It could lead to more government intervention and could lead to more restrictive laws, like was said.
2. The federal government should not dictate anything with firearms unless it is for interstate commerce.
3. That is the beauty of the state government, that they can dictate their own laws as they see fit, not the federal government sees fit, or any other state for that matter.
To voluntarily give the federal government more power goes against everything I stand for personally. I see no problem with states working out who's permits they will honor without the use of the fed. I like it the way it is now. Keep the battles small and separated within the states before we try to tackle the fed's laws.
And I think that can be said about lots of things, not just firearms.
My 2 cents
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