HB1671 Limits causes of action by political subdivisions and the state against firearms manufacturers.
Sponsor: Bennett, Jon (15) Effective Date:00/00/0000
CoSponsor: Crump, Wayne F. (152) LR Number: 3639L.01I
Last Action: COMMITTEE: CIVIL AND ADMINISTRATIVE LAW
02/23/2000 - Public Hearing Held (H)
HB1671
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INTRODUCED

HB 1671 -- Firearms

Co-Sponsors:  Bennett, Crump, Crawford, McBride, Hampton,
Kreider, Akin

This bill prohibits political subdivisions and the state from
bringing a legal action against firearms manufacturers, trade
associations, or dealers for activities relating to the lawful
design, manufacture, or sale of firearms.  An exception allows
political subdivisions to file an action claiming a breach of
contract for the purchase of firearms or ammunition.  The bill
also specifies that the lawful design, marketing, manufacture,
or sale of firearms or ammunition is not an unreasonably
dangerous activity and is not a nuisance per se.

The bill contains an emergency clause.


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