Home

Blog

H.R. 868, The Safer Neighborhoods Gun Buyback Act of 2013 (4 comments ↓)

H.R. 868 would authorize the Director of the Bureau of Justice Assistance to make grants to States, units of local government, and gun dealers to conduct gun buyback programs.

(read more ↓)

To What Comittee was this Bill Referred?

What agencies does this bill affect?

What laws does this bill affect?

What sections of the U.S. Code does this bill affect?

Visitor Comments Comments Feed for This Bill

Sherwood MacRae

March 8, 2013, 8:45pm (report abuse)

Absolutely absurd proposal.

Does the author read the same news sources as I do? I read that we are virtually bankrupt and we must STOP spending or we will lose our credibility as a nation.

If this is such a damn good idea, find someone else to underwrite a trial program and then - as our finances are in MUCH better shape,

come back and offer it again.

Meanwhile, tell us how you would REDUCE the costs of Federal involvement in your District or the areas where you can cite facts.

Goodwin Heil

March 8, 2013, 10:17pm (report abuse)

Can't these idiots quit spending. What part of "we don't have any money" do they not understand?

Jimmy Knight

March 8, 2013, 10:28pm (report abuse)

I'm sick of these do nothing congressmen and women still looking to spend more and more damn money. GUN'S DON'T KILL, IT'S THE IDOIT BEHIND IT PULLING THE TRIGGER. GET OFF YOUR BUTTS AND PASS A DAMN BUDGET

Will Godfrey

March 9, 2013, 1:16am (report abuse)

Yes, indeed another example of utterly stupid many of our legislators are. many of them can't balance a checkbook, let alone manage our countries finances. Hey stupid, just past legislation that makes it federal offense to own assault type firearms. Cost to taxpayer "$0".

Add Comment

Number of characters:

Comments are limited to 1,000 characters. Please do other visitors the courtesy of expressing yourself concisely. WashingtonWatch.com bears no responsibility for comments nor any obligation to publish them. Comments that are impolite, off-topic, violations of others' rights, or advertisements are likely to be removed.

 
(To request new code, make a copy of your comment and hit "Refresh" in your browser.)

RSS Feeds for This Bill

Keep yourself updated on user contributions and debates about this bill! (Learn more about RSS.)