Monday, May 27, 2013


MO Gov. May allow gun control nullification to pass without his signature
New American – Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. – 5/26/2013

In less than two weeks, Missouri could join Kansas in enacting a state law refusing to enforce federal gun control measures.
On May 22, the Second Amendment Preservation Act (HB 436) was sent to Governor Jay Nixon who has not indicated whether he plans to veto or sign the bill.  Earlier this month, both houses of the Republican-controlled state legislature passed the bill by an overwhelming majority.

Nixon may let the bill sit on his desk without signing or vetoing it, thus allowing the measure to become law without his participation.

Therefore, the Missouri gun control nullification bill could become law on June 6 without the governor’s signature.

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