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Bill Status Report Terra Goodnight
Tracking group: guns-reform

FIREARM STORAGE

To prohibit any person from storing or leaving a firearm in the person's residence unless the firearm is secured in safe storage or rendered inoperable if the person knows or reasonably should know that a minor is able to gain access to the firearm and to provide criminal penalties if a minor gains unauthorized access to a firearm not so stored or rendered inoperable.
Text/Analysis
Referred in House (2/8/2017; Government Accountability & Oversight)

FIREARMS DEALERS

To prohibit a transfer of a firearm from a person who is not a federally licensed firearms dealer to a person who is not a federally licensed firearms dealer unless it is done through a federally licensed firearms dealer, through a state or local law enforcement agency, or pursuant to a specified exception; to require that background checks be conducted when a firearm is transferred through a federally licensed firearms dealer or a state or local law enforcement agency; and to provide for recordkeeping with respect to information obtained pursuant to such a background check.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Federalism & Interstate Relations (4/25/2017; CONTINUED (See separate story))

HUNTING LICENSES

To require an applicant for a hunting license to specify whether the applicant has been convicted of or pleaded guilty to a felony and to require the license to specify "firearm restricted" if an applicant has so indicated.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Federalism & Interstate Relations (4/25/2017; CONTINUED (See separate story))

IMITATION FIREARMS

To generally ban the manufacture, sale, alteration, and public display of imitation firearms and the disguising of a firearm to make it resemble an imitation firearm
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Federalism & Interstate Relations (4/25/2017; CONTINUED (See separate story))

PROTECTION ORDERS

To require a court that issues a protection order to determine if the respondent is prohibited from carrying or possessing a firearm, to require a court to determine whether an offender who has been convicted of specified offenses is prohibited from carrying or possessing a firearm, and to require a respondent or offender who the court determines is prohibited from carrying or possessing a firearm to transfer all firearms in the person's possession to a law enforcement agency or a federally licensed firearms dealer.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Federalism & Interstate Relations (1/31/2018; CONTINUED)

FIREARM ACCESSORIES

To prohibit the manufacture, sale, or transfer of any trigger crank, bump-fire device, or other product that accelerates a semi-automatic firearm's rate of fire but does not convert it into an automatic firearm.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House Federalism & Interstate Relations (1/31/2018; CONTINUED)

FIREARM SALES

To prohibit a federally licensed firearms dealer from transferring a firearm while a background check is pending unless 30 days have elapsed.
Text/Analysis
Referred in House (4/10/2018; Federalism & Interstate Relations)

FIREARM PURCHASES

To require a 72-hour waiting period between the purchase and delivery of firearms and to impose a fine for violating this requirement.
Text/Analysis
Referred in House (4/10/2018; Federalism & Interstate Relations)

FIREARM LAWS

To expand the definition of dangerous ordnance to include armor piercing ammunition and expand the definition of an automatic firearm to include any device within the federal definition of machine gun; to create additional conditions under which an individual may not possess a firearm or dangerous ordnance and to eliminate the process by which an individual may apply for relief from a weapons disability; to generally prohibit a person from buying, purchasing, obtaining, or furnishing a firearm on behalf of a third party; to provide for the entry of protection orders into the federal NCIC database and LEADS; and to provide for the issuance by a court of an extreme risk protection order.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in House State & Local Government (4/10/2018; CONTINUED (See separate story) (Earlier referred to State & Local Government))

FIREARMS

To restore local authority to regulate the ownership, possession, purchase, sale, transfer, transportation, storage, and keeping of firearms.
Text/Analysis
Introduced in House (4/17/2018)

DOMESTIC VIOLENCE

To prohibit a person convicted of domestic violence or assault of a family member, or a person subject to certain protection orders, from having a firearm; to establish a procedure for surrendering all firearms in the person's possession; and to name the act the "Domestic Violence Survivors Protection Act."
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Judiciary (10/3/2017; CONTINUED)

FIREARM ACCESSORIES

To prohibit certain conduct regarding trigger cranks, bump-fire devices, and other items that accelerate a semi-automatic firearm's rate of fire but do not convert it into an automatic firearm.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Government Oversight & Reform (4/11/2018; CONTINUED (See separate story))

ASSAULT WEAPONS

To prohibit a person from knowingly possessing or acquiring an assault weapon and to require the Attorney General to prepare for the establishment of a firearm and ammunition transactions database.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (2/28/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM ACCESS

To enact the Extreme Risk Protection Order Act to allow family members, household members, and law enforcement officers to obtain a court order that temporarily restricts a person's access to firearms if that person poses a danger to themselves or others.
Text/Analysis
Committee Hearing in Senate Government Oversight & Reform (4/11/2018; CONTINUED (See separate story) Referred to Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM STORAGE

To prohibit a person from improperly storing or leaving a firearm if the person knows that a minor is able to gain access to the firearm and to provide criminal penalties, including forfeiture of firearms, if a minor gains unauthorized access to an improperly stored firearm.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM SALES

To expressly grant federally licensed firearms dealers the right to refuse to sell or transfer a firearm to any person and to provide a dealer who asserts that right with immunity from civil liability for any injury, death, or loss that allegedly was caused by, resulted from, or was related to the refusal.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM TRANSFERS

To prohibit a firearm transfer from a person who is not a federally licensed firearms dealer to a person who is not a dealer unless it is done through a dealer, through a law enforcement agency, or pursuant to a specified exception, and to require that background checks be conducted when a firearm is transferred through a federally licensed firearms dealer or a law enforcement agency.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM PURCHASES

To raise the minimum age to purchase a firearm to age 21 and to increase the penalty for improperly furnishing firearms to a minor.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARMS TRANSFERS

To regulate the transfer of firearms at a gun show.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

FIREARM REGISTRATION

To require firearms to be registered with the county sheriff in the county where the firearm owner resides.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Local Government, Public Safety & Veterans Affairs)

FIREARMS

To expand the definition of dangerous ordnance to include armor piercing ammunition and expand the definition of an automatic firearm to include any device within the federal definition of machine gun; to create additional conditions under which an individual may not possess a firearm or dangerous ordnance and to eliminate the process by which an individual may apply for relief from a weapons disability; to generally prohibit a person from buying, purchasing, obtaining, or furnishing a firearm on behalf of a third party; to provide for the entry of protection orders into the federal NCIC database and LEADS; and to provide for the issuance by a court of an extreme risk protection order.
Text/Analysis
Referred in Senate (4/11/2018; Government Oversight & Reform)

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