ND House And Senate Vote To Deregulate Stun Guns, Protect Gun Rights In Emergencies
The North Dakota Houes and Senate passed two more pro-gun bills today.
In the House, HB2239 would deregulate stun guns so that a concealed weapons permit is not required to carry one. It passed unanimously.
In the Senate, HB1467 would protect gun rights even during a declared emergency. The law would state that law enforcement may not deny citizens from lawful possession of firearms during a declared emergency, and gives citizens the option of suing law enforcement should they feel their gun rights were unlawfully denied. It passed on a 44-3 vote, with Democrats Mathern, Marcellais and Nelson voting no.
Here’s video of the floor votes: