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Proposed Delaware Firearm Legislation HB240

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Legislation Overview

Title: An Act To Amend Title 16 Of The Delaware Code Relating To The Delaware Gun Shop Project.

Description: In 2009, New Hampshire was the first state to develop a statewide Gun Shop Project, reaching out to gun shops regarding the role they can play in suicide prevention. In the years since, at least 21 other states have implemented similar campaigns. This Act establishes the Delaware Gun Shop Project (Project), under which the Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health (Division) must develop relevant materials that may be posted conspicuously and available for distribution at Delaware gun shops.

Session: 150th General Assembly

Last Action: Introduced and Assigned to Health & Human Development Committee in House

Last Action Date: June 18, 2019

Sponsors

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25 sponsors: Sean Matthews (D); Anthony Delcollo (R); Catherine Cloutier (R); Bryan Townsend (D); William Bush (D); Kimberly Williams (D); Bruce Ennis (D); Gerald Hocker (R); Charles Paradee (D); Brian Pettyjohn (R); David Sokola (D); David Wilson (R); Paul Baumbach (D); Gerald Brady (D); Ruth Briggs King (R); Richard Collins (R); Kendra Johnson (D); John Kowalko (D); Valerie Longhurst (D); Sean Lynn (D); John Mitchell (D); Daniel Short (R); Michael Smith (R); Jeffrey Spiegelman (R); John Viola (D);

Percentage of House Of Representatives sponsoring bill: 61% (25 of 41)

History
Chamber Date Action
Jun 18, 2019 Introduced and Assigned to Health & Human Development Committee in House
Texts
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Amendments
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