Indiana Knife Law Preemption Bill Introduced

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Indiana Knife Law Preemption Bill Introduced
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Gilbert, AZ --(Ammoland.com)- Indiana state Senators Johnny Nugent and Jim Tomes have introduced a Knife Law Preemption bill, SB 301.

This follows up on the Senators’ success last year repealing the state’s ban on automatic (switchblade) knives.

SB 301 would make state knife law supreme over the entire state, repealing existing local knife regulations and prohibiting any future knife regulations.

This is the sixth Knife Rights backed bill in 2014!

If you live, work or travel in Indiana, please contact your state Senator and ask them to please support SB 301. You can find your Indiana state Senator here: http://district.iga.in.gov/DistrictLookup/

Knife Law Preemption is Knife Rights’ signature legislative initiative and is the essential foundation for improving knife laws and protecting knife owners. Beginning with the nation’s first Knife Law Preemption bill passed in 2010 in Arizona, Knife Rights has passed Knife Law Preemption in seven states to date. Knife Law Preemption prevents a patchwork of local ordinances which can entrap honest citizens traveling within or through a state.

This is the fifth Knife Rights’ Knife Law Preemption bill filed so far for next year.

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