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Washington, D.C. – U.S. Senator Joe Manchin (D-W.Va.) announced today that the Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act he introduced with Senator Pat Toomey (R-PA) is available to the public. 

“I encourage all West Virginians, gun owners, NRA members and all Americans interested in fixing our culture of mass violence to read this bill,” Senator Manchin said. “This bill simply prevents criminals and the dangerously mentally ill from purchasing guns while protecting our Second Amendment rights. This bipartisan, commonsense compromise closes the existing background check system’s loopholes by including all advertised commercial sales. It also protects gun sellers’ and gun owners’ rights.

“Senator Toomey and I are confident that if people take the time to read the details of this important legislation, there will be nationwide support.”

The Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act Will Not:

The bill will not, in any way, shape, or form infringe upon anyone’s Second Amendment rights to keep and bear arms.

The bill will not take away anyone’s guns.

The bill will not ban any type of firearm.

The bill will not ban or restrict the use of any kind of bullet or any size clip or magazine.

The bill will not create a national registry; in fact, it explicitly prohibits it. 

To read the Public Safety and Second Amendment Rights Protection Act, please click here.

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