Guns

Pro-Gun Legislation Passes Unanimously in Wisconsin

| by NRA

On Tuesday, November 3, the Wisconsin State House unanimously passed Assembly Resolution 15. This resolution requests the participation of the Attorney General in the “friend of the court” brief in the U.S. Supreme Court case, McDonald v. Chicago.

The case will address the application of the Second Amendment to the states through either the Due Process clause or the Privileges or Immunities clause of the Fourteenth Amendment. The case has major implications for the legality of restrictive gun laws not only in Chicago, but also in other cities across the United States.

Full support by the Wisconsin Assembly and other states will only strengthen the stance of the Second Amendment’s true meaning in the eyes of the court.

A special thank you goes out to the sponsors and co-sponsors:

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State Representative Ann Hraychuck (D-28)

State Representative John Townsend (R-52)

State Representative Kevin Petersen (R-40)

State Representative Andy Jorgensen (D-37)

State Representative Daniel LeMahieu (R-59)

State Representative Michael Huebsch (R-94)

State Representative John Nygren (R-89)

State Representative Dan Meyer (R-34)

State Representative Robin Vos (R-63)

State Representative Gary Tauchen (R-6)

State Representative Brett Davis (R-80)

State Representative Amy Sue Vruwink (D-70)

State Representative Leah Vukmir (R-14)

State Representative Scott Gunderson (R-83)

State Representative Karl Van Roy (R-90)

State Representative Jim Ott (R-23)

State Representative Garey Bies (R-1)

State Representative Mary Williams (R-87)