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While most liberals throughout the country are pushing for more gun registration and sharing of many different records that could pertain to guns and the people who buy and own them. There was a huge public stink over the Air Force not sharing their information with the FBI operated background check system when a mass shooter had been dishonorably discharged for violence.

However, gun owners and gun rights supporters may want to think about moving to Nebraska. After the Nebraska State Senate voted 47-0 to approve Legislative Bill 902 that protects the firearm records from being shared with government agencies. Gov. Pete Ricketts signed the bill into and law amidst praises from the NRA.

(Fremont Tribune) – The National Rifle Association praised Nebraska lawmakers for limiting what information about gun owners was accessible under the state’s public-records statutes.

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Sen. Bruce Bostelman of Brainard introduced a measure (LB902) exempting information obtained by government agencies “regarding firearm registration, possession, sale, or use that is obtained for purposes of an application permitted” from the Nebraska Public Records Act.

The bill passed on final reading 47-0 and was signed by Gov. Pete Ricketts on Tuesday. It will go into effect in 90 days.

“Just signed LB 902 into law to help protect gun rights in Nebraska! @NRA #2A” Ricketts tweeted Tuesday morning along with a picture of himself holding the signed bill.

The NRA said Bostelman’s bill prevented “unscrupulous media outlets and others access to related firearms records.” …

A few years ago, a newspaper in New York state published the names and addresses of everyone in the that county who was on record for owning a firearm. They even posted an interactive online map of gun owners and that may have led to several home burglaries. Such irresponsible actions by liberals only put law-abiding citizens in more danger and this what Nebraska is wanting to avoid.




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