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http://www.foxnews.com/politics/201...-gun-confiscation-provisions-in-vermont-bill/

"H.735 is a forfeiture bill that tells police if a person gets a temporary restraining order, they have to come into the house and take all weapons -- not just firearms, but all weapons."

At first glance H.735 appears to propose fee updates on mundane items -- from lottery ticket sales to license renewals. Yet tucked away in the bill are provisions for the storage of firearms confiscated during domestic disputes. Gov. Peter Shumlin requested the gun-related provisions in October.
 

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Nothing in the bill about gun confiscation, Simply gun storage..

Fox News is talking out of both sides of their mouth at the same time.

"H.735 is a forfeiture bill that tells police if a person gets a temporary restraining order, they have to come into the house and take all weapons -- not just firearms, but all weapons."
A down right untruth (AKA lie)

At first glance H.735 appears to propose fee updates on mundane items -- from lottery ticket sales to license renewals. Yet tucked away in the bill are provisions for the storage of firearms confiscated during domestic disputes. Gov. Peter Shumlin requested the gun-related provisions in October.
All to do with the storage of firearms, nothing more.

Excerpt from thre bill..

BILL AS INTRODUCED H.735
2014 Page 17 of 31
VT LEG #296485 v.3
(b)(1) A person who is required to surrender firearms, 1 ammunition, or other
2 weapons by a court order issued under 15 V.S.A. chapter 21 (abuse prevention)
3 or any other provision of law consistent with 18 U.S.C. § 922(g)(8) shall upon
4 service of the order immediately surrender to a cooperating law enforcement
5 agency or an approved federally licensed firearms dealer any firearms,
6 ammunition, or weapons in the person's possession, custody, or control.

The Bill:

http://www.leg.state.vt.us/docs/2014/bills/Intro/H-735.pdf
 

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They take them if there is a Domestic Webster. In the states you lose your gun rights if convicted of domestic battery. They slipped it in way back as you say,,,,sneaky,,very sneaky. "6 ammunition, or weapons in the person’s possession, custody, or control." come on Webster,,what is your agenda?
 

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Another law that hurts more than it helps....

People who abuse their spouse don't deserve rights to firearms....but the people affected the most by this law are men who happen to have a spiteful wife or girlfriend. More often than not, there is an arguement, and the female involved calls the police out of spite....when the police show up they ask the basic questions and in NJ all a woman has to do is "yes" when the police ask " Ma'am are you scared" and they WILL take your firearms and it WILL take several months for you to get them back. Its happened to several people I have known over the years.

Women should be protected by law from abusive men....but if they claim abuse they should have to show proof of it before the man is stripped of any of his rights. Either that, or there should be stiff penalties for making false claims.
 
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