H.R.367 - Freedom to Serve Without Fear Act of 2011

To prohibit the knowing possession of a firearm near a venue at which a Member of Congress is performing an official and representational duty or campaigning for public office. view all titles (2)

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  • Official: To prohibit the knowing possession of a firearm near a venue at which a Member of Congress is performing an official and representational duty or campaigning for public office. as introduced.
  • Short: Freedom to Serve Without Fear Act of 2011 as introduced.

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oreandra 01/21/2011 12:03pm

quit trying to use every tragedy to whittle away our frayed 2nd amendments rights! Had the rep been armed the little thug wouldn’t have had time to wound so many. Cheers to those that pinned him down though. Glad there is still courage to be had in this country.

SignOfTheDollar 05/10/2011 3:31pm

Tyrants prefer unarmed peasants.

kc0itf 01/21/2011 6:45pm

“campaigning for public office”…

so if the person in question is going door to door telling everyone to vote for her and the residence has guns, automatic prison???

Deathwalker 02/08/2011 1:17pm

This is just another Bill being used to take away citizens rights. Next they will try to write a Bill to make it against the law to do a citizens arrest of any political person in office. I agree with Oreandra’s comment. Quote from Thomas Jefferson:

The constitutions of most of our States assert that all power
is inherent in the people; that… it is their right and duty to be
at all times armed.


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