Maine: Governor Mills Allows Waiting Periods to Go Into Law

Gun Rights

Despite a massive public outcry against 72-hour waiting periods, Governor Mills has allowed LD 2238, An Act to Address Gun Violence in Maine by Requiring a Waiting Period for Certain Firearm Purchases, to go into law without her signature. This lack of leadership from Governor Mills allows this extreme gun control law to go into effect 90 days after the adjournment of the Maine legislature early next month.

Instead of standing with law-abiding gun owners, domestic abuse survivors, hunters, and small businesses, Governor Mills has given way to policy demands of radical Portland progressives dead-set on deteriorating your Second Amendment rights. As we rapidly approach the 2024 election, NRA members and gun rights supporters should take note of the anti-gun politicians who played a role in undermining their civil rights.

To view how lawmakers voted, click HERE.

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