Alaska nullifies federal gun laws, prohibits enforcement in state
Sponsored by House Speaker Mike Chenault, Rep. Craig Johnson, et al., and signed into law in 2013 by Gov. Parnell, HB69 is an act prohibiting state and municipal agencies from using assets to implement or aid in the implementation of the requirements of certain federal statutes, regulations, rules, and orders that are applied to infringe on a person’s right to bear arms. The law exempts certain firearms, firearm accessories, and ammunition from federal regulation and declares certain federal statutes, regulations, rules, and orders unconstitutional under the Constitution of the United States and unenforceable in Alaska. The law also requires the state attorney general to file any legal action to prevent implementation of a federal statute, regulation, rule, or order that violates the rights of a resident of the state.
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