Good speeches by both. I hope that they can get this thrown out or overturned in the courts. There isn't anything in this abortion of a bill about safety. It's about collecting names, serial numbers and addresses of gun owners. After all, it's hard to go take someones guns if you don't know where to find them. If it was only about safety, it wouldn't need to be 18 pages long. It's full of taxes and fees along with the registration. How can you tax a right?
You may be saying to yourself, "I don't live in Washington, so why should this bother me". Bloomberg and his millions of dollars don't care where you live. They are already trying to get this passed in Nevada. They already have a list of states that have Governors and/or legislatures that aren't the most friendly to the 2A. What about Connecticut, Massachusetts, New York, Maryland and Colorado? They all have passed similar if not more restrictive laws. Right now, New York is trying to confiscate the guns of people that have died without a second thought to the surviving family members.
Be sure to watch what your state and local governments are doing. Most state government web sites will let you search for new bills by name, number or key word. Be sure to connect with your Representatives and Senators. Let them know that you are interested in what they are doing. E-mail and phone calls are also a good way to stay in touch. If we don't safeguard our rights, who will?
Remember one thing about Bloomberg and his minions. They will tell any lie to get what they want. And what they want is to be our masters and our betters, they are neither.