The amendment “keep and carry guns” bypasses Statehouse, which now goes to the voters

The amendment “keep and carry guns” bypasses Statehouse, which now goes to the voters
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Iowa House and the Senate have passed an amendment to the Iowa Constitution that “does not violate the right of the people to keep and bear arms”. The final vote for the House took place shortly before 7 p.m. on Thursday. This is the second time the bill has been passed by lawmakers after it was passed in 2019. He will now appear in front of voters in the 2022 general election. The change on Thursday was approved in the Republican-controlled Senate with 29 to 18 votes on a party-political basis. Joint Senate Resolution 7 requires gun restrictions to be “strictly scrutinized,” the highest standard of judicial review. The resolution stated that language is necessary to protect Iowa gun owners from onerous restrictions imposed by local, state-owned organizations or …

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