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With legislative sessions across the country and in Congress kicking off for the year, stay tuned to FPCAction.org for the latest bills affecting your fundamental rights! 

Federal

Bill/Issue: ATF Pistol Brace Rule Change

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: ATF
  • Summary: The ATF has released their updated rule regarding firearms with stabilizing braces, regulating the vast majority under the NFA as short-barreled platforms (SBSs & SBRs)
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: "Assault Weapons" Ban

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senators Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.), Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.) and Chris Murphy (D-Conn.)
  • Summary: Ban the sale, transfer, manufacture, and importation of "assault weapons" and standard capacity magazines.
  • Take Action Link 

Colorado

Bill/Issue: "Assault weapons" ban 

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Andrew Boesenecker, (D)
  • Summary: restricts the sale or transfer of "assault weapons."
  • Take Action Link 

Hawaii

Bill/Issue: Bruen Response Bill, SB 121

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senator Glenn Wakai (D)
  • Summary: Adds additional Off-limits places and adds penalties for violation of law. 
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: HB119/SB234

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senator Ron Kouchi (D)
  • Summary: Makes it a crime if another individual sees/ notices your concealed carry firearm. 
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: FBI Notification, SB11

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senator Karl Rhodes (D)
  • Summary: Notifies the FBI Terrorist Screening Center every time someone applies for a gun permit
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: Non-Cop Discrimination, SB122

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senator Glenn Wakai (D)
  • Summary: Bans non-police "aliens" from applying for gun permits "in the interest of national security"
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: Magazine Ban, SB166:

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Senator Karl Rhodes (D)
  • Summary: Expends handgun magazine ban to all guns
  • Take Action Link 

Illinois

Bill/Issue: Gun control Package, HB 5471 (Passed- signed into law by Governor) 

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Rep. Emanuel Chris Welch
  • Summary: restricts the sale and possession of "assault weapons", .50 cal ammo, firearm accessories, and standard capacity magazines. Expands red flag laws and increases penalties. 

Maryland

Bill/Issue: Bans Carry on Public Property, SB 1

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Sen. Jeff Waldstreicher [D], Sen. Susan Lee [D]
  • Summary: Restricts the carrying of firearms on any public, federal, state, or local land or place of "public accommodation."
  • Take Action Link

Bill/Issue: Bans Carry on Private Property, SB 118

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Sen. Jeff Waldstreicher [D], Sen. Susan Lee [D]
  • Summary: restricts the carrying of firearms on any private property without explicit permission.
  • Take Action Link

Nebraska

Bill/Issue: Permitless Carry and Pre-emption, LB 77

New Mexico

Bill/Issue: Magazine ban, HB 50

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Reps. Patricia Roybal Caballero (D) , Linda M. Lopez (D) , Eleanor Chavez (D)
  • Summary: Bans the possession, sale, or manufacture of standard capacity magazines. 
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: "Assault weapon" & Magazine ban, HB 101

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Reps. Andrea Romero (D), Linda Serrato (D)
  • Summary: Bans the possession, sale, or manufacture of "assault weapons" and standard capacity magazines. 
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: "Assault pistol" ban, SB 171

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Sen. William P. Soules (D)
  • Summary: Bans the possession, sale, or manufacture of "assault pistols". 
  • Take Action Link 

Bill/Issue: Age restrictions, SB 116

  • Position: Oppose
  • Authors: Sen. Carrie Hamblen (D)
  • Summary: Bans the possession, sale, or manufacture of standard capacity magazines. 
  • Take Action Link 

South Carolina

Bill/Issue: Permitless Carry, H 3594.

Washington

Bill/Issue: "Assault Weapons" Ban, SB 5193 and HB 1180

Bill/Issue: "Assault Weapons" Ban, SB 5265 and HB 1240

Updated: 01/31/23

Note: Positions may change depending on amendments to bills.