Originally posted by WaterBottle
There should be a law stating you cannot add unrelated provisions to a bill.
Originally posted by vind21
This was simply a response to several incidents that happened in 2004-2007 where doctors were asking children who were admitted under their care for cretin reason questions pertaining to whether or not their parents own guns.
These stories have surfaced again and been re-posted recently leading man people to think this is a recent development. In fact it was not and I don't remember the actual reason the doctors were using to justify their questions but is seemed benine to me if I recall.
It will have no effect on the current situation as it only pertains to the government where healthcare questioning is involved or information is gathered for medical purpose. Also as others have mentioned, it only applies to legaly owned firearms and will only prevent this information gathering in a medical setting.
Originally posted by davjan4
Senate amendment 3276, Sec 2716, part c “Protection of Second Amendment Rights” Government cannot collect: “…any information relating to…(A) The lawful ownership or possession of a firearm or ammunition
See the problem. "the LAWFUL ownership..."
Make a law against it, and it's no longer "lawful".
Originally posted by CosmicCitizen
reply to post by ajay59
Technically it isnt the ARMS that can be made Illegal it is the people who can possess them who are banned: ie, violent felons and mentally ill. Other than that "DTOM" please.