HB 2300

House Bill (HB) 2300: firearms; prohibited governmental activities

Sponsor: Representative Kern

Summary: HB2300 prohibits state or local governments from enforcing or using resources to aid in the enforcement of federal laws related to personal firearms.

League Position: OPPOSE - The League opposed the bill as it could impede cooperative activities between federal and local law enforcement related to firearms.

Updates

2/17/2016: HB2300 passed the House Judiciary Committee by a vote of 4-2. The bill now proceeds to the Rules Committee.

2/24/2016: HB2300 passed the House COW.

2/29/2016: HB2300 passed the House Third Read by a vote of 35-24. The bill was transferred to the Senate.

3/3/2016: HB2300 passed the Senate Federalism, Mandates, and Fiscal Responsibility by a vote of 4-3.