Walker backs end to gun waiting period


As shocking as it is…

Now HERE is something that I can appreciate Gov. Walker for!  All law-abiding citizens should be able to exercise their 2nd Amendment Rights!  And, they will also be held accountable as well, just like any other law on the books.  ~ nanarhonda ~ copyright 2015

 

Walker backs end to gun waiting period

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Gov. Scott Walker has thrown his support to a bill that would eliminate Wisconsin’s 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases.

Walker said he wants the state to be a leader on the issue. The Wisconsin State Journal reported Tuesday that Walker’s remarks came in an interview last week with the National Rifle Association’s news network.

A bill before legislators would eliminate Wisconsin’s 40-year-old law that requires the wait between the time a background check is submitted to the Department of Justice and a handgun is acquired.

http://www.kenoshanews.com/newsnow/index.php#4224869

 

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CPoW calls for Constitutional Carry on school grounds and anywhere else


This is 100% correct! We, the People, have the 2nd Amendment Right, as law-abiding citizens, to obtain a concealed carry certificate and should be able to carry anywhere. This would certainly protect those that don’t have one and someone comes in to kill them! It has happened!
Thank you to CPoW for sharing this!  nanarhonda.com

Constitution Party of Wisconsin

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
February 25th, 2015
Contact:  Craig Roberts, 920-723-1985

The Constitution Party of Wisconsin (CPoW) is calling on the Wisconsin State Legislature AND Governor Scott Walker to allow law abiding citizens to exercise their right to carry their concealed weapon on school grounds and anywhere else.

Currently, it is against the law in Wisconsin to carry a concealed weapon on school grounds, in spite of the Federal Gun Free School Zone law, which allows concealed carry license holders to do so.

Furthermore, the Wisconsin legislature continues to fast track a “special privileges for the government class” bill AB46.  AB46 would allow off-duty police officers the right to carry on school grounds.  This legislation is on the fast track in spite of the fact that police departments all around the State of Wisconsin have skirted state law by entering in to “memorandum of understanding” with their local school districts to…

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