If you are looking for the best guide to the laws of this state, then this blog is for you.
There are a couple of places I am missing.
Alabamians have long held the legal right to own guns. At the moment the state of Alabama has the highest murder rate in the country. So the state has passed the “Right to Keep and Bear Arms” Act (aka the “Muzzie law”) that basically bans all semi-automatic rifles and assault weapons.
It’s all so confusing because of all the legal issues. So much so that the bill passed in the Senate and the bill that passed in the House of Representatives are so different. The House version contains a few more provisions, but the Senate version is much more restrictive.
The bill in the Senate is much stricter than the House version and has not yet been signed by the governor. The bill in the House will come into effect in June. So the law is still being written, but the fact that it is in effect is making it a lot harder to enforce.
The bill in the Senate still has a few more provisions, and this was a major one. In the bill that passed in the House, it was very restrictive for people to carry guns on college campuses. In the Senate bill, it is much more open-(ish) and allows for a variety of guns.
The main problem with the bill is in the Senate. For one, the language is very restrictive for people to carry guns on college campuses. For another, the bill only allows for a single gun on campus. So for the average college student, walking around campus with a pistol is a very difficult task.
That’s a shame. Because it allows for a variety of guns, it also allows for a variety of people to carry guns. For the first time in my life, I can see myself having a gun on campus. I would love to have a few guns for protection, but I know my college students would hate me for having one.
The bill, called the School Violence Prevention Act, allows for a single pistol on campus, not the kind of pistol that carries the same weight as a rifle or an assault weapon. To make matters worse, the bill does not give any real guidelines for how much a single pistol should weigh.
The bill is a step in the right direction, but it still leaves the door open for the next step. Students should be allowed to carry two pistols or more. But the real problem with the legislation is that it does not say what to do with a single pistol. It doesn’t regulate anything and it doesn’t give any actual guidelines either. There is no mechanism for taking away a pistol from a student that has a valid reason to carry it.