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    Another facsist bill - insurance - HB 5452

    General Assembly


    Proposed Bill No. 5452


    January Session, 2013


    LCO No. 1089


    Referred to Committee on PUBLIC SAFETY AND SECURITY


    Introduced by:


    REP. RITTER M., 1st Dist.


    AN ACT REQUIRING GUN OWNERS TO CARRY LIABILITY INSURANCE.

    Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives in General Assembly convened:

    That the general statutes be amended to require any person seeking to purchase a firearm or ammunition to acquire an insurance policy and present the proof of policy insurance to a firearm dealer, including a licensed gun dealer at a gun show, and to further require any person who currently owns a firearm to obtain such an insurance policy for such firearm.

    Statement of Purpose:

    To ensure adequate financial resources to compensate victims of gun violence.

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    this is completely impossible. because don't you need to give the insurance company the make/model/serial# to the insurance company in order to create a policy or add it to an existing policy? therefore no proof can be given until AFTER adding it to a policy.

    not only that, but this would just be one more way for the gov to keep a record of all firearms owned by every individual

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    And if you just wanted to purchase ammo? What if a friend and you allow each other to shoot each others guns at the range...you just need to provide for your own ammo ...

    Its another idiot proposing another idiotic idea.

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    Isn't this unlawful in the same way that a poll tax is? Ie. making a constitutional right more/only accessible to those who can afford these insurance premiums?

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    Quote Originally Posted by JoshD422 View Post
    Isn't this unlawful in the same way that a poll tax is? Ie. making a constitutional right more/only accessible to those who can afford these insurance premiums?
    I would not argue against that premise ...

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