The Arkansas Sheriff’s Response To Possible Legislation To The Second Amendment

February 7, 2013 

Here’s “The Arkansas Sheriff’s” response to possible legislation to The Second Amendment.

“The Arkansas Sheriff’s Association supports the Constitution and the 2nd Amendment rights of our citizens. We recognize the recent increase in violence and mass shootings have raised questions relating to the sale and possession of firearms. The Arkansas Sheriff’s Association further believes that must hold offenders responsible, not law abiding citizens.”

“The Arkansas Sheriff’s Association does support enforcement of existing gun laws and strengthening of current background checks including identifying individuals with mental issues. The Arkansas Sheriff’s Association does not support legislation that restricts current gun possession and current gun sales to our citizens that weakens our 2nd Amendment Rights.”

-JR Smith Cross County Sheriff.

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  4. Thanks for standing up for our second amendment right Arkansas Sheriff’ Association. I am glad that you see that the second amendment states that it “shall not be infringed upon”.

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