Hot! Utah Governor Tells Rep. to Stand Down on Gun Law

Photo by Robert Nelson

Photo by Robert Nelson

Utah Governor Gary Herbert is telling a state representative to “stand down,” according to The New American. As many other states introduce legislation making it illegal to enforce federal gun laws, Utah is taking a different stance.

Herbert recently criticized a pro-gun rights bill introduced by Representative Brian Green. The bill, titled the State Supremacy Firearms Act, is modeled after other states’ legislation banning federal gun laws. Herbert told the representative the bill was an exaggeration, and advised him to “adhere to the law.”

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