Missouri Democrats Introduce Bill Giving 90 Days to Turn in Firearms!

Posted: February 14, 2013 in Fire Arms, Legislative Issues
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This is simply too important. I have copied the entire article below, and you may click through the links to check this out.

Absolute Outrage MUST be expressed at this!

Missouri Democrats introduced an anti-gun bill which would turn law-abiding firearm owners into criminals. They will have 90 days to turn in their guns if the legislation is passed.

Dana Loesch Radio reported on the new legislation being pushed by Missouri Democrats:

Any person who, prior to the effective date of this law, was legally in possession of an assault weapon or large capacity magazine shall have ninety days from such effective date to do any of the following without being subject to prosecution.

Here’s part of the Democratic proposal in Missouri:

4. Any person who, prior to the effective date of this law, was legally in possession of an assault weapon or large capacity magazine shall have ninety days from such effective date to do any of the following without being subject to prosecution:

(1) Remove the assault weapon or large capacity magazine from the state of Missouri;

(2) Render the assault weapon permanently inoperable; or

(3) Surrender the assault weapon or large capacity magazine to the appropriate law enforcement agency for destruction, subject to specific agency regulations.

5. Unlawful manufacture, import, possession, purchase, sale, or transfer of an assault weapon or a large capacity magazine is a class C felony.

(originally posted here)

  1. Ivy says:

    Who is presenting/supporting this bill?


    • truthfarmer says:


      These are their bios from the State website. You can find your Rep and all other Reps here

      Rory Ellinger
      District 086

      Rep. Rory Ellinger, a Democrat, represents Page dale, University City and Wellston in St. Louis County (District 86) in the Missouri House of Representatives. He was elected to his first two-year term in November 2010.

      In addition to his legislative duties, Rep. Ellinger is an attorney and president of the law office of Rory Ellinger, P.C. in O’Fallon and St. Louis, Missouri. He previously served as assistant general counsel for the Missouri Public Service Commission and is the former executive director of Legal Services for Northeast Missouri. Rep. Ellinger also has served as legal counsel for the NAACP of St. Charles County and as the press secretary for Lt. Governor Tom Eagleton.

      He was active in the civil rights movement of the 1960’s having served briefly as a bodyguard for Martin Luther King and having been arrested and jailed with Dr. King,

      Rep. Ellinger was elected to four terms, 12 years, on the University City School Board. He also served as treasurer and secretary of the St. Charles County Bar Association. Rep. Ellinger is a member of the Urban League of St. Louis, the University City Land Clearance for Redevelopment Commission and the Ethical Society of St. Louis. He is a former member of the United Way of St. Louis Low Income Housing Committee and the former president of the Musick Neighborhood Association. Rory also served for 7 years on the Crider Health Center.

      He has received the Martin Luther King Award from the School District of University City and the Legal Distinction Award from the St. Louis ACLU. He has successfully argued in front of the Missouri Court of Appeals, Missouri Supreme Court and the Eighth U. S. Circuit Court of Appeals.

      Rep. Ellinger was appointed by Gov. Jay Nixon to serve on the Commission on State Medical Certificate of Need. He also was appointed to serve on the State Welfare to Work Commission by Gov. Bob Holden and the Missouri Foundation for Health by Gov. Mel Carnahan.

      Rep. Ellinger is a graduate of Bishop Du Bourg High School. He received his B.A in History and his J.D. from the University of Missouri at Kansas City. He obtained his M.A. in History from the University of Missouri – Columbia.

      Born in St. Louis, Rep. Ellinger currently resides in University City with his wife, Linda Locke who is president of Reputaré Consulting. They have two children, Martin Ellinger-Locke a former Peace Corps Volunteer and graduate student in Urban Planning and Margaret Ellinger-Locke, a third year law student at the College of New York.

      Margo McNeil
      District 069

      Representative Margo McNeil, a Democrat, represents parts of Florissant, Hazelwood and unincorporated St. Louis County (District 69) in the Missouri House of Representatives.

      Prior to her legislative duties, Rep. McNeil worked for 22 years as an art teacher with the Ferguson Florissant School District. She also served as a Trustee for St. Louis Community College for six years. She is the granddaughter of former United State Congressman Courtney W. Hamlin of Greene County, Missouri (7th District).

      Rep. McNeil attends St. Andrew United Methodist Church in Florissant and is a member of the following organizations: Missouri National Education Association (MNEA)-retired; League of Women Voters; National Women’s Political Caucus-Metro St. Louis; St. Louis Regional Health Commission; North County Inc.; Greater North County Chamber of Commerce; and Northwest Chamber of Commerce.

      Rep. McNeil serves as co-chair of the bipartisan Green School Caucus and is chair of the Democratic Education Caucus. Awards that she has received are: The Missouri Alzheimer Association award for Leadership in 2012; and Hellenic Foundation’s Athena Award for contributions to education in 2011.

      A 1966 graduate of Hannibal High School, Rep. McNeil attended Stephen’s College in Columbia, Missouri and received a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts and a master’s degree in Art Education from the University of Cincinnati.

      Born June 22, 1948 in Cincinnati, Ohio, Rep. McNeil currently lives in Hazelwood with her husband, Jim. They have three adult children – Nathan, Stuart and Megan.

      Jill Schupp
      District 088

      Rep. Jill Schupp, a Democrat, represents parts of Creve Coeur, St. Louis County, Town and Country and a very small amount of Chesterfield (District 88) in the Missouri House of Representatives.

      In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Schupp continues to serve as a community volunteer. Previously, she worked as an advertising executive for 20 years and worked for several years as an elementary school teacher.

      Rep. Schupp was named the 2008 Creve Coeur Citizen of the Year. Rep. Schupp was a member of the Creve Coeur City Council and served two terms as president of the Ladue School Board. She is a member of the following organizations: Congregation Shaare Emeth, board member; Crown Center for Senior Living, board member; Creve Coeur Climate Action Task Force. Additionally, Rep. Schupp is a former board member with the National Council of Jewish Women, St. Louis Section and a former chair of SEEDS of Justice.

      A graduate of Parkway North Senior High School, Rep. Schupp received a bachelor’s degree from the University of Missouri – Columbia. She also completed graduate course work and received her teaching certification from the University of Missouri – St. Louis.

      Born January 27, 1955 in St. Louis, Rep. Schupp currently resides in Creve Coeur with her husband, Mark. They have two children, Brandon and Alex.

      Rochelle Walton Gray
      District 075

      Rep. Rochelle Walton Gray, a Democrat, represents parts of St. Louis County (District 75) in the Missouri House of Representatives.

      In addition to her legislative duties, Rep. Gray has worked as a legal administrator for the past 23 years. In 2009, she was elected to serve as State Director of Missouri for the National Foundation for Women Legislators (NFWL).

      Rep. Gray attends Christ Our Redeemer AME Church. She serves as Secretary of the Missouri Legislative Black Caucus and is a member of the Women Legislator’s Lobby (WiLL). She also is a member of NOBEL; NOBEL (Woman); NCSL; NBCSL; Vice President Women Legislators of Missouri; Missouri Women’s Coalition; President Women’s Democratic Caucus; Missouri Legislative Black Caucus; Winning Women Coalition; Molli’s List; and NOWL (National Organization of Women Legislators).

      Rep. Walton Gray has been the recipient of the Annie Malone Children’s Advocate Award as well as many other youth service and mentoring awards received from church, school districts and Girl Scouts.

      She is the stepdaughter of Juanita Walton who served as state representative for the 81st district from 2000-2008.

      A graduate of Southwest High School, Rep. Gray received her B.S. in Public Administration from the University of Missouri-St. Louis.

      Born in St. Louis, Rep. Gray currently resides in Blackjack with her husband, Alan Gray, and their two children, Alan II and Alana.

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