This is mostly just a political sideshow in order to start rallying voters before midterms. But theoretically this legal argument offers a peek at the growing division betwixt state & federal authorities . . . In other words, this type of thing excites your drunk uncle as he angrily waddles back & forth betwixt the sofa and the toilet all night and dreams of domestic drama that would give him a heart attack if it every really came to pass.
Here's some of the better links we've read on the topic . . .
Missouri has new a law that claims to invalidate all federal gun control laws - and prohibits state and local cooperation with enforcement of those laws. The bill, known as HB 85 or the Second Amendment Preservation Act, was signed into law by Missouri Gov.
In enforcing the Second Amendment Preservation Act (SAPA), Missouri cannot reject or disregard federal gun laws, the U.S. Justice Department (DOJ) said in a letter to Gov. Mike Parson less than a week after he signed the bill . SAPA, sponsored by Rep.
Missouri's Republican Gov. Mike Parson signed into law over the weekend the Second Amendment Preservation Act.
Missouri Gov. Mike Parson and Attorney General Eric Schmitt sent a letter to the U.S. Department of Justice on Thursday accusing the federal government of trying to "tell Missourians how to live our lives," pushing back on the department's request to provide clarification on a recently signed gun bill.
Developing . . . .