While some states are trying to figure out how to take away 2nd amendment rights, at least one lawmaker in Wisconsin is doing something to preserve them.
Michael Schraa has introduced the Firearms Freedom Act to the Wisconsin legislature as LRB 2063, and in the video below is his legislative announcement for the bill that coupled with the Second Amendment Preservation Act, is inspiring & revving up Pro Gun Rights Americans across the country.
So in a nutshell this is what the bill does:
“The Firearms Freedom Act, sends a very simple message to the federal government…Wisconsin will not help you take away our second amendment rights.” –Schraa (R – Oshkosh)
- Prohibit State agencies and employees from assisting in any way in compliance with a Federal Law that mandates the restriction of gun types, gun registry, gun ammunition prohibition, gun ammunition registry, and federal gun confiscation, or negatively impacts Wisconsin gun laws & gun owners
- Would prohibit questions from doctors or infringements on privacy towards gun owners or patients, asking if they own guns
- Restates and enumerates 10 Amendment
- Would require “Made in Wisconsin” to be engraved on guns manufactured in Wisconsin
In addition to Rep. Schraa’s legislation, the Wisconsin Department of Justice is taking a Wisconsin gun law case to federal court dealing with the Second Amendment and concealed carry. Wisconsin Carry has filed a suit against gun laws issuing requirements for concealed carry licenses that require applicants take an approved training course. Their defense is based on the claim that the new Wisconsin gun laws regarding concealed carry are in violation of the Constitution’s Second Amendment.
2nd amendment supporters in Wisconsin are already facing opposition from the gun control lobbyists who are trying to take away gun rights a little at a time. After seeing this take place in other states, Representative Michal Schraa has introduced this bill to make sure the same thing doesn’t happen in Wisconsin. And with growing support for gun rights pro gun supporters are more pumped up than ever.
While it’s not one of the most conservative state sin the country, Wisconsin has a long tradition of firearms and there are plenty of voters in the state to make sure it stays that way. Let’s just see of the other anti-gun lawmakers in the state do the right thing and pass this bill.