GUN CONTROL BILLS DELAYED: Rhode Island Gun Control Legislation Postponed for Further Examination

constitution_gun_control_thinkstock 280More than a dozen gun control bills were scheduled for a hearing this week in the Senate Judiciary Committee and the House Environment and Natural Resources Committee. The good news is that those anti-gun bills which were scheduled to be heard, as previously reported, were held for further study in both committees. Those bills include:

Senate Bill 2632, sponsored by state Senators Joshua Miller (D-28), Donna Nesselbush (D-15), Catherine Cool Rumsey (D-34), Gayle Goldin (D-3) and Juan Pichardo (D-2), would impose burdensome restrictions on semi-automatic “assault weapons” and limit magazine capacity to an arbitrary ten rounds.

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