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Bill to Nullify Federal Gun Control Signed into Law in Alaska
Tenth Amendment Center ^ | 06/21/2013 | Tenth Amendment Center

Posted on Friday, June 21, 2013 4:09:02 PM by aimhigh

Today, Alaska Governor Sean Parnell signed HB69, the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act, into law.


The bill nullifies a large swath of unconstitutional federal power over the right to keep and bear arms. It begins with the premise that violations of the 2nd Amendment are not law at all. It reads, in part:


a statute, regulation, rule, or order that has the purpose, intent, or effect of confiscating any firearm, banning any firearm, limiting the size of a magazine for any firearm, imposing any limit on the ammunition that may be purchased for any firearm, or requiring the registration of any firearm or its ammunition infringes on an Alaskan’s right to bear arms in violation of the Second Amendment to the Constitution of the United States and, therefore, is not made in accordance with the Constitution of the United States, is not authorized by the Constitution of the United States, is not the supreme law of the land, and, consequently, is invalid in this state and shall be considered null and void and of no effect in this state


(Excerpt) Read more at blog.tenthamendmentcenter.com
 
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