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Mississippi lawmakers have passed a bill to protect the state’s residents during martial law. On the Office of the Lieutenant Governor of Mississippi website, Phil Bryant announces the passage of SB 2036. The legislation “restricts the power of a peace officer to confiscate firearms and ammunitions in an emergency or during a time of martial law,” according to the website.
Originally posted by salchanra
As good as this news is, if you follow the link that emsed1 posted, you will also see that they made it a illegal to sell children. That was legal up to this point?
Originally posted by emsed1
reply to post by DimensionalDetective
If you don't want to stare at Alex Jones' crappy website you can look at the direct link:
Non Crappy Website
Star and flag!
(Please don't kill me Alex Jones)
Originally posted by bigdog36
So when they(law enforcement, troops, fema, federal marshalls etc..) come to take confiscate my guns during an emergency or marshall law, I can keep that warm and fuzzy feeling inside as I empty round after round into their body's.