Firearm Legislation this Session

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Legislation that deals with firearms is no stranger to Wyoming Legislative Sessions and there are several bills that were on the table for the 2020 Budget Session. Local Representative Richard Tass talked about two gun related measures that did not make the cut for consideration this year.

Rep. Tass

At least one bill that relates to firearms did make it onto the docket and Representative Tass explained what it will do if passed.

Rep. Tass

House Bill 78 passed the introductory vote with 57 yays, 2 nays, and 1 excused. It then passed the Transportation Committee to head to the full House with a 6-3 tally. All of the local Representatives have supported the legislation thus far. To view House Bill 78, follow this link

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I am an independant person. People should have the right to hunt, and the right to have the right to own guns to protect themselves, to hunt. I also believe common sense and moderation should be considered, if not, these rights will be taken away by the majority., and rightfully so. Hunting any species to the point of extinction is not right. I don’t like regulation, however where you draw the line is the question and the answer