The House of Representatives just passed National Red Flag laws by a vote of 224-202.
Five Republicans voted with Democrats and one Democrat sided with the Republicans voting against the bill.
#BREAKING The House Has Passed H.R. 2377 To Create A National Red Flag Law 224-202
Republicans: 5-201 pic.twitter.com/CMb8VTTjLM
— The Columbia Bugle 🇺🇸 (@ColumbiaBugle) June 9, 2022
The House of Representatives passed legislation that would allow U.S. judges to seize firearms from someone deemed an imminent danger to themselves or others Thursday.
The Federal Extreme Risk Protection Order Act passed on a vote of 224-202, with five Republicans breaking ranks and voting in favor of the bill. The bill will also allow judges to prevent individuals from purchasing firearms under the same circumstances.
The bill also allows family members and police officers to ask judges to impose the restrictions, so long as they provide proof of danger. Judges can enforce either a 14-day or 180-day ban on the possession or purchase of firearms.
Five House Republicans voted for it:
Fred Upton (MI)
Adam Kinzinger (IL)
Anthony Gonzalez (OH)
Brian Fitzpatrick (PA)
Chris Jacobs (NY)
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