Missouri Measure Could Create Gun Owner Database

posted on May 2, 2017

Officials with NRA’s Institute for Legislative Action are warning that new legislation now under consideration in Missouri could lead to a gun owner registry in the Show-Me State.

Senate Bill 73 would require private membership organizations to disclose their members’ names. Consequently, if the measure is passed, the NRA would be required to submit your name and address to Missouri state authorities, who would then compile a database that could allow anti-gun organizations and criminals to have access to your personal information.

By passing the legislation, the Missouri Senate and your state senator could potentially create a de facto gun owner registry from your private information.

Use Your Power!

Missouri gun owners are encouraged to immediately contact their state senator in opposition to SB 73. You can find contact information by clicking here.

 

 




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