Vermont: Gov. Scott Allows Anti-Gun Bill to Go Into Law

Gun Rights

Yesterday, Wednesday, May 29th, Governor Phil Scott (R-Vermont) allowed S. 209 to go into law without his signature. S. 209 implements failed California-style policies that require serialization of firearms and firearm parts. The ambiguous term “ghost gun” is an invention of anti-gun advocates to restrict the rights of law-abiding citizens. First and foremost, a prohibited individual is prohibited from owning or possessing a firearm regardless of how the firearm is assembled. This law will require law-abiding gun owners to contact government agencies and obtain serial numbers whenever they purchase critical parts for their firearms. This will only impact law-abiding citizens because criminals will ignore this law.

S. 209 also bans the carrying of firearms at any voting location, creating hundreds of dangerous “gun-free zones” on Election Day and during “early voting” at town offices throughout the state. Additionally, this law will turn otherwise law-abiding gun owners into criminals for the simple act of crossing arbitrary lines on Election Day. 

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