This is the sort of proposal that convinces gun owners that Democrats are coming for their firearms.
Florida state senator Audrey Gibson (D-Jacksonville) has filed a bill requiring anyone who wants to buy bullets to complete an anger management course first, and retake the course every ten years.
It is unlawful to: A) Sell ammunition to another person who does not present certification that he or she has successfully completed an anger-management program consisting of at least 2 hours of online or face-to-face instruction in anger-management techniques...The certification must be renewed every 10 years.
Sen. Gibson said the bill was targeted at people who stockpile ammunition. "It's about getting people to think, really, about how much ammunition they need," she said.
"When I first saw it, I thought it had to be a joke," said Sean Caranna, director of Florida Carry, to Fox News. "I don't see a planet where this passes. This is an attempt to grab attention - it has to be."
Jon Gutmacher, author of Florida Firearms: Law, Use & Ownership, told Fox that "anyone who proposes that legislation is...unfit for the legislature because it shows a basic problem with their thinking process, aside from their lack of understanding of what the Constitution is all about."
Via Fox News.