The Right to Keep and Bear Ammo

Lost in the hubbub of all the maneuverings of last weeks legislative schedule in Washington was the news that Bruce Poliquin had signed on to a letter denouncing the President’s move to ban AR-15 ammo.  After signing on to the letter, Poliquin released a statement emphasizing,“It’s unconstitutional and overreaching for the President to use his federal agency to restrict our right to keep and bear arms. I will always fight to uphold and defend the Constitution of the United States and will make sure our hard-working and law-abiding Mainers are able to exercise their Second Amendment rights.”

The full text of the letter was also provided in the presser, entitled Right to Keep and Bear Ammo.  So far, the Congressman from Maine seems to be keeping his promise to defend the 2nd Amendment.

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One comment on “The Right to Keep and Bear Ammo

  1. THANK YOU, SIR! SOMETIMES I DISAGREE WITH YOU, HOWEVER, YOU ARE STRAIGHT ON WITH THIS. KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK.

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