Act to stop online ammo sales. Fired shell cases in MD.

US Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-NJ) introduced a bill in Congress — the Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015 — that would require all ammunition purchases to involve an in-person photo ID check, and create a registry of people who purchase more than 1,000 rounds in five days that will then be forwarded to law enforcement for “follow-up.” Note that two of Rep. Coleman’s sons have previously pleaded guilty to armed robbery.

In Maryland, Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has signed into law Senate Bill 736, sponsored by Senator Edward Reilly (R-33), which will eliminate the unnecessary database and failed ballistic fingerprint system from state law and stop requiring firearm manufacturers to continue sending fired shell cases to a program that has been unfunded for years.

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