ATLANTA -During her first public speech, conservative businesswoman and political outsider Kelly Loeffler told Georgia voters that she was “pro-gun” and would proudly back our constitutional rights in Washington. After just one month on the job, Loeffler has delivered on that promise by co-sponsoring three separate bills that safeguard the Second Amendment.
- Senate Bill 69, The Conceal Carry Reciprocity Act: Enables law-abiding citizens to exercise their right to self-defense anywhere in the United States through national conceal carry reciprocity with any other state that allows residents to concealed carry.
- Senate Bill 817, The Hearing Protection Act: Cuts regulations on the purchase of hearing protection, making it easier for law-abiding gun owners to purchase suppressors to prevent hearing loss.
- Senate Bill 1331, The Veterans’ Second Amendment Rights Restoration Act: Protects law-abiding veterans who own firearms from having their Second Amendment rights unfairly infringed by the federal government without due process.
“Like many Georgians, I learned at a young age how to shoot, hunt, and properly take care of a firearm. I enrolled in marksmanship classes to improve my shot and learned about the training that our military men and women undergo every day,” said Loeffler.
“As a lifelong conservative, I know that the U.S. Constitution is not optional, and our Second Amendment rights are not up for debate. That’s why I signed on to three common-sense bills that protect and expand the freedoms of gun-owners across America.We must stop the radical left from trying to undermine public safety and the rights of law-abiding gun owners. We can’t back down. Our right to keep and bear arms ‘shall not be infringed.'”