Arizona: Gov Hobbs Vetoes Three More Pro-Gun Bills

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Earlier this week, Arizona Governor Katie Hobbs vetoed her third pro-gun bill this month, which include: Senate Bill 1109, to remove Arizona’s redundant state level prohibition on suppressors not possessed in accordance with federal law, Senate Bill 1331, to reduce “gun-free zones” where law-abiding citizens are left defenseless, and Senate Bill 1428, to strengthen Arizona’s firearm preemption law to prevent localities from prohibiting gun shows. These three are in addition to the bill she vetoed last month to discourage businesses from discriminating against the firearm industry.

NRA thanks the lawmakers, as well as the countless NRA members and Second Amendment supporters, who continue to promote, uphold, and defend the Second Amendment.  

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