A bill put forward by State Senator Gail Griffin (R-14) prohibits requiring Arizona residents to comply with any future federal firearms background checks on private gun sales.

The bill–SB 1122–covers the private sale of private property in general and includes firearms as part of that property.

The NRA-ILA reports, “[SB 1122 would] prevent the state of Arizona, a county, city or town government from requiring a person to access or facilitate access to any state, federal or third party database as a condition of selling, gifting, donating or transferring personal property.”

AZ Bill Prohibits Requiring Compliance with Firearm Background Checks on Private Sales
 

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