People who fall on hard times should not be required to sell off their firearms.
South Carolina lawmakers passed a bill last week that will ensure individuals filing for bankruptcy will not have to forfeit all of their firearms.
The pro-gun bill, H. 3429 sponsored by Republican Rep. Alan Clemmons, was passed last week by the South Carolina Senate on a 35-3 vote. The House unanimously concurred, sending the measure to Gov. Henry McMaster for consideration.
If signed by the governor, the bill will allow those filing for bankruptcy to retain up to three firearms, so long as the total value of those firearms does not exceed $3,000.
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