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Discussion in 'Legal & Political Archive' started by idRATHERbeOUTDOORS, Apr 17, 2013.
Just barely. Needed 60 Yea's, got 54.
Was about to make a thread. 2 minutes late. Good job and thank you to those who helped write and call to our representatives.
If this couldn't pass i see little hope for the rest.
But it's not over yet...
let freedom reign
we now know now who supports US and who is against US.
I was listening and as expected Murray and Cantwell voted for it
Sadly yes, it is a reoccurring trouble for us gun owners. Hopefully the new generations of gun owners will not cave in.
I'm in the next generation, I will not.
The war isn't over. One battle may be won, but we still have stuff going on state wise (for the Oregon folk) which can hurt us.
54-46, Manchin-Toomey measure fails. Reid changes vote to "nay" last second to be on the prevailing side.
This was close. Did Merkley vote yea? We know what Wyden did. lol
Indeed, we need to kill SB700 for sure.
I believe he did. But I'm not sure.
Anyone paying attention to the leahy collins amendment? -isn't it just restating current law?
Merkley voted yes.
Is there an official list yet of who voted yes or no?
Darn those Oregon Senators! ARG!
If all goes well, I think I'm going to go shooting!
Were not in the winners seat yet,still have to vote on awb and large cap. Mags
from politico "Sen. Harry Reid (D-Nev.) voted against it for procedural reasons as Senate rules will allow him to bring up the measure again."
Read more: Senate gun control roll call vote: Senators who bucked their party - Dan Berman - POLITICO.com
This is not over.
I see national concealed carry falling short too.