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NM House Judiciary Committee approves worse version of gun bill

Thursday, February 16, 2017

NM House Judiciary Committee approves worse version of gun bill

NM House Judiciary Committee approves worse version of gun bill

Late Friday evening, the New Mexico House Judiciary Committee approved Bloomberg-backed House Bill 50, sponsored by state Rep. Stephanie Garcia Richard, D-Los Alamos, along a 7-6 party line vote. Thank you to the members of the committee who opposed this intrusive, ineffective and unenforceable gun control measure: House Minority Leader Nate Gentry, R-Albuquerque, Rep. Cathrynn Brown, R-Carlsbad, Rep. Zach Cook, R-Ruidoso, Rep. Jim Dines, R-Albuquerque, Rep. Greg Nibert, R-Roswell, and Rep. Bill Rehm, R-Albuquerque. 

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