Help us help us keep you informed about any challenge to your second amendment rights by making a small donation or becoming a supporting member. Even a small $5.00 donation helps us keep you up to date on your rights and informed on all firearm related information. We can't do it without your support!

toggle menu

Proposed District of Columbia Gun Law B21 0886

  watching this bill
Legislation Overview

Title: Stun Gun Regulation Amendment Act Of 2016

Description: As introduced, this bill requires vendors who sell at least 5 units of self-defense spray or stun guns within a year to register with the Metropolitan Police Department on a form provided by the department. It prohibits those under 18 years of age from possessing a stun gun in the District and repeals the registration requirement for self-defense sprays.

Session: 21st Council

Last Action: Final Reading CC

Last Action Date: December 20, 2016


Note: the first sponsor listed is normally the primary sponsor. If a sponsor's name is a hyperlink you can click on it to 'follow the money'.

4 sponsors: Phil Mendelson (D);Kenyon McDuffie (D);Anita Bonds (D);Brianne Nadeau (D)

Chamber Date Action
Dec 20, 2016 Final Reading CC
Dec 6, 2016 Amendment in Nature of Substitute (Mendelson)
Dec 6, 2016 First Reading
Nov 30, 2016 Committee Mark-up of B21-0886
Nov 30, 2016 Committee Report Filed
Oct 17, 2016 Public Hearing Held
Sep 30, 2016 Notice of Public Hearing Published in the DC Register
Sep 23, 2016 Notice of Intent to Act on B21-0886 Published in the DC Register
Sep 20, 2016 Introduced in Committee of the Whole
Sep 20, 2016 Referred to Committee on Judiciary
Type Date State Link Text
Engrossed Dec 6, 2016 state link bill text
Introduced Sep 20, 2016 state link bill text
Title Description Date State Link Text Adopted
There are no amendments to this bill at this time

Amendment in Nature of Substitute (Mendelson)

First Reading

Final Reading CC

Link: link to state bill page

Discuss this bill and other firearm related topics in our brand new discussion forum

Comments On This Bill

We want you to speak your mind but please keep your comments 'family friendly'.