Mississippi: Bill Crossover Deadline Passes, Anti-Gun Bills Do Not

Gun Rights

Last Friday, February 10th, was the deadline for the majority of bills to pass from their chamber of origin to the opposite chamber. Despite efforts by anti-gun legislators to restrict your rights, no gun control bills have advanced. NRA-ILA would like to thank the pro-Second Amendment majorities in the State Senate and the House of Representatives for protecting the rights of law-abiding citizens. 

The most egregious of these bills included:

HB 80, a bill that permitted a government agency to remove firearm rights from a person voluntarily receiving mental health treatment. 

HB 99, a bill that prohibited the sale or giving of certain semi-automatic firearms to any person under the age of twenty-one.

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HB 54 and HB 100, bills that required mental health evaluations before a person may be approved for a license to carry a firearm.

Please stay tuned to your inbox and www.nraila.org for updates.

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