|2018 Gun Owners of Vermont Candidate Report|
|2nd Amendment Stance: MIXED|
|District: Caledonia Senate|
(Vote up to 2)
|Contest: For State Senate (incumbent)|
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|Additional Comments: Sponsored S.94: This bill proposes to require the Department of Mental Health to report to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System.|
Told Arthur Wood (on 10/15/14) that she would vote "No" on the Burlington Charter Changes next year.
Voted AGAINST S.55 in 2018.
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2016 Gun Bills:
|(2015) Voted FOR S.141 (Act 14) Gun Control Bill (BAD)|
|2015 Gun Owners of Vermont Analysis: Universal Background Check Legislation|
Detail of S.141 Votes & GunSense Money
2014 Gun Bills:
|2013-14: Sponsored S.0094 (BAD): An act relating to reporting dangerous and mentally ill persons to the National Instant Criminal Background Check System|
Senate version of H.467: Mandates the State notify the National Instant Criminal Background Check System when a person is treated for mental illness, whether hospitalized or not hospitalized, so that the person will now appear as a "Prohibited Person" (ie. felon) and will be forever barred the possession of firearms.
There is currently, no way out of the NICS even if the person is no longer a threat, or found not to be mentally ill.
There is NO provision to EVER remove this prohibition!
This type of law is CONTINUOUSLY updated with new restrictions and clauses.
|2017: The group Gun Owners of Vermont last year listed them both as "anti-gun" because they voted for a 2015 bill barring felons from possessing firearms. |
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Last Updated: 11/03/2018
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