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Old 01-11-2013, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Local radio station KTWO reports that lawmakers in Wyoming have proposed a "Firearms Protection Act" that provides a state-level annulment of any ban against semi-automatics or magazines that hold 20 or 30 rounds or more.

If the measure passes, it would mean that anyone--even federal agents-who try to enforce a ban within the state borders could be charged with a felony.

Is this the wave of the future for "red" states concerned about Obama's strong anti-gun intentions?

It is too early to tell. But it is worth noting that Montana lawmakers began pushing for the same kind of legislation as soon as conservatives took control of that state's legislature in 2010.
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As per the Constitution, state law cannot nullify federal law and federal law is the supreme law of the land. The Wyoming thing is either just grandstanding or ignorance (or both).
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As per the Constitution, state law cannot nullify federal law and federal law is the supreme law of the land. The Wyoming thing is either just grandstanding or ignorance (or both).
Well I think you are correct if the feds have a law you can't nullify it but if they don't and the State makes a law can the Feds nullify it??????????
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Not ignorant, maybe grandstanding, but ultimately its the state trying to protect its people from a govt that doesnt care bout our constitutin. Will it work? I doubt it, but i applaud them any way.
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Not ignorant, maybe grandstanding, but ultimately its the state trying to protect its people from a govt that doesnt care bout our constitutin. Will it work? I doubt it, but i applaud them any way.
Sure dont care about anyone unless you draw a check.
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Well I think you are correct if the feds have a law you can't nullify it but if they don't and the State makes a law can the Feds nullify it??????????
I Beleive the U.S. Supreme court usually rules on cases like that
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