Show-Me Alleged Confusion Over Missouri 2nd Amendment Gun Rights

Don't worry . . . There's not really any confusion . . . Just an ongoing effort to strip Constitutional rights from the populace . . .

"The act has caused confusion for law enforcement across the state. Last January, 60 Missouri police chiefs filed a friend of the court brief to support a suit against SAPA stating that the act hinders “law enforcement’s ability to defend and protect Missouri citizens,” the Associated Press reported. In a November, 2021 “60 Minutes” interview, Kacey Proctor, the prosecutor in Missouri’s southern Butler County, explained exactly how the act can hinder investigations. Proctor said he witnessed police debating whether to send bullet casings to the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives after a highway shooting."

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Law blocking federal gun regulation sows confusion in Missouri

ST. LOUIS - In 2022, the Biden administration worked with Congress to pass the most comprehensive gun reforms in nearly 30 years, offering hope for gun safety advocates across the nation. But those efforts will likely have little effect in Missouri, a state with some of the most lax gun laws in the nation, and a virtual statewide ban on enforcing any federal gun laws.