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USMissouri lawmaker files bills requiring some residents to own AR-15s, handguns

04:30  17 march  2019
04:30  17 march  2019 Source:   thehill.com

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A Republican lawmaker in Missouri wants to require adults in his state to purchase handguns and AR - 15 rifles. Two bills introduced by state Rep. Andrew McDaniel would require residents to purchase firearms while providing million in tax credits on a first-come, first-served basis to

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Missouri lawmaker files bills requiring some residents to own AR-15s, handguns© Marty Katz/The LIFE Images Collection/Getty Images AR-15 rifle, civilian model of M-16, made by Colt Industries in Hartford, Ct.s

A Republican lawmaker in Missouri wants to require adults in his state to purchase handguns and AR-15 rifles.

Two bills introduced by state Rep. Andrew McDaniel would require residents to purchase firearms while providing $1 million in tax credits on a first-come, first-served basis to residents who fall under the law.

The first bill, the McDaniel Second Amendment Act, would require Missouri residents aged 21 or older to purchase a handgun. It also would allot up to $1 million per year in tax credits for residents who purchased weapons to comply with the law. The bill was filed in late February.

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Missouri lawmaker says bill requiring AR - 15 s not meant to pass. Missouri lawmaker introduces bill that would REQUIRE state residents to own AR - 15 The bill would require all adults ages 18 to 35 who can legally possess a firearm to own an A separate bill filed on February 26 by McDaniel

A Missouri lawmaker who’s introduced measures that would force adults to own handguns and young adults to own AR - 15 The legislation comes amid a session in which a top aide to a Missouri state senator was arrested after a loaded gun fell to the floor during a fight at a Jefferson City bar.

The second bill, the McDaniel Militia Act, was filed days after the handgun bill and would require Missouri residents aged 18 to 35 to purchase an AR-15. It also would provide a tax credit of up to $1 million per year to incentivize the purchase of weapons.

While the bills do not specify any penalties for adults who refuse to comply with the provisions, both stipulate that the Missouri Department of Revenue can "promulgate rules to implement the provisions of this section." The bills would sunset in six years if not extended by the state legislature.

They would not apply to felons or residents otherwise prohibited from owning firearms.

Both bills have received two readings in the Missouri House but have no hearings or further action scheduled so far, according to the state House's website.

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