New Mexico Legislature Committee Meetings on Gun Safety
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SB 171 - This bill would make it a felony to purchase or transfer a suppressor, AR pistol or AK pistol, NFA firearms, incendiary ammunition or "coated" ammunition. -
READ BILL HERE: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/senate/SB0171.pdf
SB 171 was scheduled for the Senate Heath and Public Affairs Committee on Monday, 2/6/23, at 1:30 pm, in Room 311.
Speak up during the Committee meeting through Zoom:https://us02web.zoom.us/j/9124526531Meeting ID: 912 452 6531or via telephone at 1 253 215 8782
Contact the Senate Heath and Public Affairs Committee:Gerald Ortiz y Pino - (D) 505-986-4482Bill Tallman - (D) 505-986-4373Gregg Schmedes - (R) 505-986-4395David M. Gallegos - (R) 505-986-4278Martin Hickey - (D) 505-986-4513Stuart Ingle - (R) 505-986-4702Antonio Maestas - (D) 505-986-4726Brenda G. McKenna - (D) 505-986-4301Antoinette Sedillo Lopez - (D) 505-986-4389
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Tuesday the following bills are scheduled for the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee, Tuesday, February 7th, at 1:30 pm in Room 317.
HB 50 - This bill would make it a felony to possess or purchase a magazine that holds more than 9 rounds.
READ BILL HERE: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/house/HB0050.pdf
HB 100 - This bill would impose a 14-day waiting period to purchase a gun. After filling out form, 4473, one would have to wait two weeks to take the gun home.
READ BILL HERE: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/house/HB0100.pdf
HB 101 - This bill would make it a felony to possess or purchase a semiautomatic rifle, a magazine that holds more than 9 rounds, or a firearm with a fixed magazine that holds more than 9 rounds.
READ BILL HERE: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/house/HB0101.pdf
HB 164 - Constitutional carry bill. This would allow New Mexicans to conceal carry without a permit. -
READ BILL HERE: https://www.nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/house/HB0164.pdf
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Contact the House Consumer and Public Affairs Committee:
Joanne J. Ferrary - (D) 505-986-4844Angelica Rubio - (D) 505-986-4210John Block - (R) 505-986-4220Stefani Lord - (R) 505-986-4453Andrea Romero - (D) 505-986-4243Liz Thomson - (D) 505-986-4425
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HB 9 - Mandatory Firearm Lockup READ
BILL HERE: https://nmlegis.gov/Sessions/23%20Regular/bills/house/HB0009.pdf
This bill will create criminal liability for a gun owner if a minor wrongfully accesses their firearm and injures someone. Would require New Mexicans to lock up their firearms in “a gun safe" at all times.
HB9 will be heard next by the House floor.
CLICK below for list of House Legislators:https://www.dropbox.com/s/x2ds8kgte21tvvd/2023%20House%20Legislature%20…
Attend the meetings:Watch the Livestream - https://sg001-harmony.sliq.net/00293/Harmony/en/View/UpcomingEvents/202…
Attend in person:New Mexico State Capitol490 Old Santa Fe Trail, Santa Fe, NM 87501
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