The Maine state Senate will consider Legislative Document 31 on Wednesday, hoping to curb new measures that only benefit one segment of the population.
We told you yesterday about how Nevada’s new Michael Bloomberg-funded “universal” background check law, which was very narrowly passed by voters in November, had been declared “unenforceable” by the state attorney general.
Despite having nearly $6 million of Michael Bloomberg’s money behind it, Maine Question 3—a ballot initiative that would make it a crime for Mainers to even lend a gun to a friend for hunting without a background check and require transfer fees for both the loan and the return of the gun—was defeated by voters in the Pine Tree State by a margin of about 25,000 votes, the Bangor Daily News reports.
Kansas hunters and anglers need to remember that their very way of life is on the ballot in less than two weeks in the form of a statewide ballot initiative.
This week, the Las Vegas Review-Journal released poll results showing that the number of Nevada voters who oppose Question 1—a Michael Bloomberg-funded ballot initiative which would mandate so-called “universal” background checks—is growing.
We’ve reported that Nevada’s Question 1, a ballot initiative aimed at expanding background checks, would only affect legal gun owners, while doing nothing to reduce violent crime.