Arizona: Bill Discouraging Discrimination Against Firearm Industry Sent to Governor

Gun Rights

On March 22nd, the House voted 31-29 to pass Senate Bill 1096. It has been sent to Governor Katie Hobbs for her consideration. This bill discourages businesses from discriminating against the firearm industry by preventing Arizona taxpayer dollars from going to those that engage in such practices. Please contact Gov. Hobbs by clicking here to ask her to sign SB 1096 into law.

Anti-gun banks and their executives have expressed interest in denying services to the firearm industry as a way to further their political agenda and impose gun control by making such business impossible when legislatures won’t bend to their will. Banks should evaluate firearm businesses like any other business and consider financial risk, rather than ideology, in their decisions on providing services. This ensures that Arizona taxpayers are not funding efforts to erode their own rights.

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