Bi-Partisan Firearms Protection Bill Says Feds Can’t Enforce New Laws in Minnesota
Representative Steve Drazkowski (R-21B), along with 17 other co-authors (sixteen Republicans and one Democrat) introduced legislation in the Minnesota House today that would make it illegal for a federal agent to enforce new gun restricting laws passed by the U.S. Congress and President. The bill, known as the Firearms Protection Act, or H.F. 419, is similar to bills introduced in states like Wyoming and Texas.
“Minnesotans have a right to the self-protection that firearms provide, along with a right to use a firearm for hunting and recreational shooting” said Drazkowski.
According to the bill “any new federal law designed to ban or limit any personal firearm, magazine, accessory, or ammunition or to require the registration of any firearm or firearm owner shall be unenforceable”.