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“The Responsible Gun Owner Amendment”

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“The Responsible Gun Owner Amendment”

To be delivered to The United States House of Representatives

Petition Statement

All individuals the United States of America and its possessions who wish to own a personal firearm must pass all mandated federal, state and local background checks and pay a $1000 per year licensing fee per weapon. All moneys raised by the firearm licensing fees and fines for misuse of firearms will be deposited into a designated federal fund that will go toward compensation of property/livestock/pets stolen, lost, damaged, destroyed or harmed during the commission of a crime while using a firearm, toward compensation to the immediate family for any and all wages or income lost by the disability or death of a family member by firearm violence and toward funding the mental and physical rehabilitation of the victims, friends and family members who have suffered as a result of firearm violence, as well as funds to create information programs to educate and promote firearm safety.
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Petition Background

I had a dream that somehow we needed to add an amendment in the Bill of Rights that protected people harmed by others who misuse firearms and deny their fellow citizens the right to live in safety.

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