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Bigcountry02 12-16-2013 05:03 AM

Missourians start contacting your state senate and reps regard SB549
Pulled from another forum, more violation of your rights!

A pre-filed bill in the Missouri Senate would require parents of a public school student to report to the school if they own a gun.

Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal filed SB 549, which reads:

This act requires a parent or guardian to notify a school district, or the governing body of a private or charter school, that he or she owns a weapon within 30 days of enrolling the child in school or becoming the owner of a weapon. The written notification only needs to include the names of the parent and any child attending the school and the fact that the parent owns a weapon.

The good news is, if you have several children attending the same school, you only have to notify the school once. So thereís that.

This isnít the first time Sen. Chappell-Nadal showed complete disregard for the privacy of Missourians. The bill is exactly like SB 124 from the 2013 General Assembly.

It went no where.

(3) The weapon is on the person's body or in such proximity to the person's body that he or she could retrieve it as easily and quickly as if carried on his or her body.
571.099. 1. Any parent or guardian of a child who attends a public, private, or charter school shall notify, in writing, the superintendent of the school district, or the governing body of a private school or charter school, that such parent or guardian owns a weapon within thirty calendar days of:

(1) Enrolling his or her child in a school district, a private school, or a charter school; or
(2) Purchasing a weapon, or otherwise receiving a weapon in a transfer of ownership.
2. The notification shall specify the names of the parent or guardian and any child or children who attend the school district or school and the fact that the parent or guardian owns a weapon. The notification does not need to specify the type of weapon or the number of weapons owned by the parent or guardian.
3. If the parent enrolling the child does not own a weapon, but another parent residing in the home with the child or who shares custody of the child does own a weapon, then the parent who owns the weapon is required to send the written notification. If the parent or guardian has multiple children who attend the same school district or private or charter school, such parent or guardian only needs to send one written notification so long as the notification includes the name of each child who attends the school or any school in the district. Whenever the parent or guardian enrolls a subsequent child in the district or school, the parent or guardian shall send an updated written notification that includes the name of the new child or children. A parent or guardian who has already sent a written notification pursuant to this section who purchases or receives a new weapon shall not be required to send an additional notification.
4. Failure to notify a school district or school of weapon ownership under this section shall be an infraction, punishable by a fine of up to one hundred dollars.

7point62 12-16-2013 11:11 AM

Like all the other idiotic knee-jerk proposals it makes no sense at all. So the school gets a note that little Johnny's parents own a gun. What do they plan to do about it? Put little Johnny in a locked room? Tie his hands to a chair? Frisk him every morning? Any action they take could be a violation of little Johnny's civil rights and make the school district liable to lawsuits.

Thank God morons like this Senator Chappell-Nadal are on the opposition.

Eagle1803 12-16-2013 03:50 PM

Personally it’s none of their business! :rolleyes:

Bigcountry02 12-16-2013 04:12 PM

I will forward this to some friends in Missouri on this matter.

The thing that worries me is, the school system will send the information to state.

Remember what the state was doing or was caught doing this year.

This was found in March 2013. More info at the link below:

Missouri Government caught sending Private Data on Gun Owners to Department of Homeland Security


The Missouri Department of Revenue, who issues concealed carry permits in Missouri, may have been caught transmitting private information on Concealed Carry Permit Holders to the Department of Homeland Security.

Lieutenant Governor Peter Kinder held a press conference to announce his involvement in an attempt to stop the Missouri Department of Revenue (DOR) from transmitting this private data to the Federal Government. The data transmission was discovered after a Missouri Resident Eric Griffinís Concealed Carry permit was denied when he refused to let the DOR scan and transmit his private data to the Feds.

According to LT. Gov. Kinder, this information is not only being turned over to the fed, but also to a private agency in another state. Both actions are specifically prohibited by State Law, and seem like yet another attack on law-abiding gun owners.

Kinder, and the Stoddard County Prosecutors, filed legal actions against the Missouri Department of Revenue; late today that action resulted in a temporary restraining order being issued that will force the DOR to stop transmitting this private information to the Feds.

locutus 12-16-2013 04:36 PM

This is to play to a liberal base.

Bills like this are introduced somewhere every day.

Not a snowball's chance in hell of passing. And wouldn't hold up in court even if it did.

locutus 12-16-2013 04:39 PM


Originally Posted by Bigcountry02;1460342
Missouri Government caught sending Private Data on Gun Owners to Department of Homeland Security[/B]

Would you really give credence to something posted on " Really???

Bigcountry02 12-16-2013 04:54 PM


Originally Posted by locutus (Post 1460368)
Would you really give credence to something posted on " Really???

I have little trust in all lame stream media, they will cover up to protect themselves. Where is true journalism, gone out the window.

The article refer to Lt Gov Kinder comment

enfieldaddict 01-14-2014 05:52 AM

This fails everytime nasal is well nuts

jimogden1984 01-14-2014 11:13 AM

Wasn't that the senator that during the debate for the 2013 2nd amendment preservation act tried turning everyone against it because it did nothing to keep guns out of kids hands in the ghetto and that she is scared to go home every day because her neighbor is a drug dealer and that bill did nothing to protect her?

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wittmeba 01-14-2014 11:43 AM

Again the bad guys won't be affected. Their kids probably don't go to school :)

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