Felzkowski bill seeks to make Wisconsin Second Amendment sanctuary state

Felzkowski bill seeks to make Wisconsin Second Amendment sanctuary state

JALEN MAKI MMC STAFF (EDITOR, THE TOMAHAWK LEADER) WISCONSIN – State Senator Mary Felzkowski (R-Tomahawk) on Thursday, Apr. 8, announced that she and State Representative Treig Pronschinske (R-Mondovi) co-authored legislation seeking to make Wisconsin a Second Amendment sanctuary state, which would “(prevent) the federal government from infringing on the rights of legal gun owners across Wisconsin.” Rep. Mary Felzkowski According to a release from Felzkowski’s office, the bill would “prohibit the government from confiscating firearms, firearm accessories and ammunition that are legally owned and made in Wisconsin,” and “prohibit state public funds and state employees from assisting in the confiscation of legally owned, Second Amendment protected firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition.” “It’s been said time and again – our Second Amendment right to bear arms is the only thing protecting the American people from an overreaching government,” Felzkowski said in the release. “Our Constitution is set in stone. You don’t get to pick and choose which sections you adhere to and respect based off of a political agenda, and this bill makes that crystal clear.” Felzkowski’s announcement of the legislation came after President Joe Biden issued six executive orders addressing gun violence. Felzkowski called Biden’s signing of the orders “a blatant overreach and attack on our second amendment rights,” saying the orders are “aimed at stripping millions of legal gun owners across the country of their sacred, unalienable rights.” Biden’s orders seek to more strictly regulate “ghost guns,” homemade firearms usually made from parts purchased online that don’t have […]

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