Montana's Congressman, Denny Rehberg, today announced that legislation he introduced, the Veterans' Firearms Heritage Act, has gained the support and co sponsorship of 219 members of the House -- from both parties. A majority vote in the House requires 218 votes. Rehberg's legislation corrects a law that currently treats World War II and Korean War era veterans like criminals for not registering war relic firearms with the federal government.
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