The state of South Carolina made a startling decision quite recently.
On the eve of CPAC ,the South Carolina legislature voted they would vote to nullify any future federal regulations on the states gun rights.
On the surface this might seem like a positive move forward for gun rights. Truth is the prospect of the state of South Carolina resisting the federal government on gun regulations is something the federal government isn’t used to seeing.
And it could change everything.
The Post and Courier wrote:
The Second Amendment Preservation Act directs state officials to not enforce any federal law, rule or regulation that took effect after Jan. 1 that limits access to firearms and ammunition.
The bill’s author, Laurens Republican Rep. Mike Pitts, rebuffed that argument. He said the measure aims to protect from new laws enacted after Jan. 1. It would not apply if Congress extends the gun-buying waiting…