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2016 Ballot Question 3 - Universal Background Checks
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dc dalton

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The question on the ballot is "Do you want to require background checks prior to the sale or transfer of firearms between individuals not licensed as firearms dealers, with failure to do so punishable by law, and with some exceptions for family members, hunting, self-defense, lawful competitions, and shooting range activity?"

If approved, question 3 would require that in cases when neither party is licensed, they must meet at a licensed dealer, who would then complete a background check on the transferee. Background check exceptions would include emergency self-defense, while the parties are hunting or sport shooting, and transfers between family members.

The Bloomberg group Everytown has poured over two million into Maine to back the measure.

Don't let the little dictator from New York mess with your rights. Make sure all of your friends and family understand the ramifications of this bill and vote no!,_Question_3_(2016)

2016 Ballot Question 3 - Universal Background Checks