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The House of Representatives voted late Wednesday to limit the amount of ammunition the Department of Homeland Security can purchase and stockpile.
Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N.C., proposed the amendment to the annual DHS spending bill. The House approved the proposal by a 234-192 vote.
The amendment blocks funds from being used to buy ammunition until the department submits to Congress a comprehensive report on its ammunition usage and purchase history.
Lawmakers and Second Amendment advocates have fumed over reports that DHS and other agencies were buying millions of rounds of ammunition,
Originally posted by DaMod
reply to post by neo96
Well this is a start at least. Hopefully this takes care of the Ammo shortage eh?
Originally posted by neo96
Now if we could only get the House to vote to get rid of the DHS.