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Sen. Moran: Second Amendment rights not negotiable

Monday, July 25, 2011

U.S. Senator Jerry Moran (R KS) today led 44 senators in expressing grave concern about the dangers posed to Second Amendment rights by the United Nations' Arms Trade Treaty. The 45 senators notified President Obama and Secretary of State Clinton of their intent to oppose ratification of an Arms Trade Treaty that in any way restricts the rights of law abiding American gun owners. This is enough to block the treaty from Senate passage, as treaties submitted to the U.S. Senate require approval of two thirds of Senators present to be ratified.

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