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Gun Control Bill Moves to Governor’s Desk

Last Thursday, March 14, the New Mexico House passed SB 328, sending it to the desk of Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham. This bill goes beyond federal law by removing certain individuals’ Second Amendment rights. It broadens the scope of misdemeanor offenses, prohibiting individuals of the possession, purchase, and ownership of firearms. Click the take […]

URGENT: “Red Flag” Heads to Senate Floor

We came close to defeating “Universal Background Checks” in the State Senate and now “Red Flag” is heading to the Senate floor. This is our chance to defeat House Bill 83 and send Michael Bloomberg a message: New Mexico doesn’t want your NYC style gun control.

What is House BIll 83? “Extreme risk firearm […]

14 Counties Adopt 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Resolution

RIO RANCHO, N.M. — As gun laws make their way through the state Legislature, 14 county commissions around the state — including those from Sandoval and Valencia Counties — have passed resolutions declaring their county to be a “second amendment sanctuary county.”

The sanctuary resolution says a commission supports its sheriff in any decisions […]

Attention Residents of Sandoval County

There will be a resolution proposed on Thursday February 21st at the Sandoval County Commission Chambers at 6pm for Sandoval County to become a sanctuary county. The address for those who can attend is 1500 Idalia Rd. Rio Rancho, NM-Building D. Please email or call your respective commissioner to politely express your support of the […]

New Mexico Gun Control Legislation to be Heard Tomorrow

 

The House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee is scheduled to hear HB 130 tomorrow at the Roundhouse. It is important that you to contact the committee members and strongly urge them to oppose this bill, which directly effects your Second Amendment rights!

This bill,sponsored by Representative Linda Trujillo, would make gun owners […]

CALL TO ACTION: Anti-Gun Bills to be Heard Monday

On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee will hear four Bloomberg backed gun control bills (See Below) and we need to take action! Here is how you can make the difference:

STEP ONE: Stop the overreach and help NMSSA fight by signing the petition to tell Santa Fe that New Mexicans don’t want Michael Bloomberg […]

House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee Passes Bloomberg Anti-Gun Agenda on a 3-2 Vote

On Thursday evening, the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee voted to sail through multiple bills backed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg. The following bills were supported by Representatives Liz Thomson (D-Albuquerque) House District 24, Andrea Romero (D-Santa Fe) House District 46, and Angelica Rubio ( D-Las Cruces) House District 35.

House Bill […]

New Mexico Committee Passes Anti-Gun Agenda

The New Mexico House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee decided to vote in favor of multiple bills backed by New York billionaire Michael Bloomberg. There are four major bills that include “universal” background checks, background checks at gun shows, an extreme risk protection order or “red flag” legislation, and a bill that concerns individuals […]

Dems Announce New Federal Gun Storage Legislation (Fines, Forfeiture & Jail Time for Noncompliance)

by JOHN THOMAS on JANUARY 21, 2019

Sen. Blumenthal (D-CT) calls for gun control legislation at a meeting in December 2018

U.S. Sens. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT) and Chris Murphy (D-CT), announced last Friday at a press conference that they are co-sponsoring new federal legislation that would mandate how firearms should be stored by owners.

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Help Us Fight Restrictive Firearm Bills Today (and Thursday)!

During her opening speech, New Mexico Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham called legislators to pass several gun control proposals that have been filed in the New Mexico Legislature. Some of proposals include a “universal background check,” a bill that would requires federal firearm licensed dealers to pay a $200 fee annually to establish a system […]