Historical Vermont Legislation
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Menu #12017-2018 Gun Control Legislation:

Overview:
2017:
1.) H.6 (Anti-Hunting) An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Montpelier regarding the regulation of its public water supply sources.
2.) H.40 (Anti-Hunting) An act relating to the use of internal combustion engines on public water sources
3.) H.60 An act relating to the hunting of coyotes
4.) H.151 An act relating to requiring background checks for the transfer of firearms (Universal Background Checks v3.0)
5. H.206 An act relating to adding post-traumatic stress disorder to the list of qualified medical conditions for therapeutic use of cannabis and waiving the three-month professional-patient relationship requirement for veterans with post-traumatic stress disorder
6.) An act relating to therapeutic use of marijuana for relieving symptoms of post-traumatic stress disorder
7.) H220 An act relating to the sale of ivory or rhinoceros horn
8.) H.262 An act relating to the licensing of nuisance wildlife control operators
9. H.336 An act relating to membership of the Fish and Wildlife Board
10. H.422 An act relating to removal of firearms from a person arrested or cited for domestic assault. THIS IS the most dangerous bill of 2017! Firearm confiscation without representation. Guilty until proven innocent.
11. S.6 An act relating to requiring background checks for the transfer of firearms (Universal Background Checks v3.0)
12. S.117 An act relating to the sale of ivory or rhinoceros horn
2017-2018 Gun Control Legislation Overview
Menu #22017-2018 Gun Control Legislation:
Domestic Violence Firearm Confiscation Bill
H.422 DETAILS
2017-2018 Gun Control Legislation: H.422 DETAILS
Menu #32015-2016 Gun Control Legislation:

1) H.90 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington regarding police confiscation or seizure of deadly or dangerous weapons
2) H.91 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington requiring firearms to be locked in safe storage depositories or placed in locking devices
3) H.92 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington prohibiting firearms on properties of establishments licensed to serve alcohol on premises
4) H.296 An act relating to sport shooting ranges
5) H.297 An act relating to the sale of ivory or rhinoceros horn
6) H.460 An act relating to prohibiting the use of lead ammunition for the taking of wildlife
7) H.566 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington requiring firearms to be locked in safe storage depositories or placed in locking devices
8) H.567 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington regarding police confiscation of deadly or dangerous weapons
9) H.568 An act relating to approval of an amendment to the charter of the City of Burlington prohibiting possession of firearms on premises where alcohol is licensed to be served
10) H.709 An act relating to homeowner's insurance and gun possession
11) H.775 An act relating to possession and transfer of firearms
12) S.31 An act relating to possession and transfer of firearms
13) S.141 An act relating to possession of firearms
14). HR.11 House resolution relating to amending House Rules to allow municipal charter bills to be read three times without referral to committee
2015-2016 Gun Control Bills
Menu #42015-2016: Universal Background Check Legislation: (S.31 & S.141)

The SECOND gun control bill (S.141) passed into law in Vermont in two years!

Find out how & why:
- S.31 & S.141 were an anti-gun conspiracy
- S.31 was stopped by Vermont's gun owning community!
- S.31 & S.141 was pushed by Bloomberg Money
- Gun Sense VT was exposed as taking orders and money from out of state!
S141 Gun Control Bill Details
Menu #52013-2014 Gun Control Legislation:

1) H.0124 Title: An act relating to firearms regulation
2) H.0125 Title: Internal security and public safety; disposition of unlawful firearms; firearm safety training
3) H.0243 Title: Crimes; weapons; negligent storage of a firearm
4) H.0335 Title: Criminal procedures; firearms
5) H.0336 Title: Crimes; firearms; use in felony; reckless endangerment
6) H.0413 Title: Crimes; Uniform Collateral Consequences of Conviction Act
7) H.0467 Title: Criminal procedures; firearms; Department of Mental Health reporting
8) H.0706 Title: Crimes; possession of dangerous or deadly weapons on school property
9) H.0735 Title: Executive Branch and Judiciary fees
10) H.0825 Title: Crimes; weapons; firearms; possession by violent felons
11) H.0830 Title: Professions and occupations; doctors and physicians; other health care providers
12) S.0032 Title: Crimes; weapons; possession of semiautomatic assault weapons and large capacity ammunition feeding devices
13) S.0094 Title: Criminal procedures; firearms; Department of Mental Health
14) S.0095 Title: Crimes; weapons; negligent storage of a firearm
15) S.0118 Title: Commerce and trade; precious metal dealers, pawnbrokers
16) S.0178 Title: Crimes; possession of dangerous or deadly weapons on school property
17) S.0216 Title: Crimes and criminal procedure; burglary
2013-2014 Vermont Legislative Oath Breakers
Menu #6H.735 2014 Analysis.
The first gun control bill to pass into law in Vermont in years!

Find out why:
- H.735 is unconstitutional
- H.735 was an anti-gun conspiracy
- H.735 was pushed through in a 'fee' bill
- Was destined to pass by the Governor
H735 Gun Control Bill Details

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