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Fourteen Republicans Vote No on H.R. 38 with FIX NICS, Bill Passes the House

The bill passed the House but it's concerning that fourteen republicans did not stand with their party and the rights of citizens to bear arms. This post Fourteen Republicans Vote No on H.R. 38 with FIX NICS, Bill Passes the House appeared first on AmmoLand.com.
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