NJ's Gov. Christie vetoes call for shall issue

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NJ's Gov. Christie vetoes call for shall issue

Postby AlanM » Wed, 24 Aug 2016 19:14:11

Wednesday August 24, 2016:

In a blockbuster announcement today, Governor Christie conditionally vetoed two pieces of anti-gun legislation (A3689 and S816), imposing dramatic conditions that would change them into pro-gun measures establishing shall-issue right-to-carry and repealing New Jersey’s 2002 “smart gun” law mandate with no strings attached.

Copies of the vetoes are available here and here.

The “conditional veto” procedure allows the governor to reject legislation that reaches his desk and propose a re-written version to the legislature. If the legislature concurs in the conditions imposed by the governor, then the measure as re-written becomes law immediately. Otherwise, the legislation dies.


Complete announcement can be found here.
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Re: NJ's Gov. Christie vetoes call for shall issue

Postby kelu » Wed, 24 Aug 2016 22:07:33

New Jersey? Boy, I have to speed up the Apocalypse preparedness... looks like the world is ending... for liberals :hysterical:
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