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Current bills (and public laws from several previous Congresses)


Gun-Free Schools
S. 44 Safe Schools Act of 1999 amend the Gun-Free Schools Act of 1994 to require a local educational agency that receives funds under the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1965 to expel a student determined to be in possession of an illegal drug, or illegal drug paraphernalia, on school property, in addition to expelling a student determined to be in possession of a gun, and for other purposes.
H.R. 1895 - School Anti-Violence Empowerment Act develop programs that enhance school safety for our children. 999
H.R. 1898 (School Safety Enhancement Act)
... to provide for school safety, and for other purposes.
Gun Control
H.R. 2122 - Mandatory Gun Show Background Check Act (Failed of passage, 6-18-99, Roll Call Vote 244) require background checks at gun shows, and for other purposes.
H.R. 2127 - S. 1774  To amend the Internal Revenue Code of 1986
... to regulate certain 50 caliber sniper weapons in the same manner as machine guns and other firearms.
Dingell amendment to H.R. 2122
H.A. 215 specify 24 consecutive hours for instant background check elapsed time period purposes; allow dealers to transfer inventories in person; and increase the penalties for using a large capacity ammunition magazine during crimes of violence or drug trafficking.
S.Amdt. 352 to S. 254 - Kohl amendment amend chapter 44 of title 18, United States Code, to require the provision of a secure gun storage or safety device in connection with the transfer of a handgun. (Passed 78-20, 5-18-99)
S.Amdt. 344 to S. 254 Hatch/Craig amendment
... to provide for effective gun law enforcement, enhanced penalties, and facilitation of background checks at gun shows. (Passed 48-47, 5-14-99)
S.Amdt. 331 to S. 254 Lautenberg amendment
To regulate the sale of firearms at gun shows. (Failed 51-47, 5-12-99)
S.Amdt. 332 to S. 254 Craig amendment
To amend chapter 44 of title 18, United States Code, to preserve privacy and property rights, prohibit the collection of fees, and the retention of information in connection with background checks of law abiding citizens acquiring firearms. Encourages voluntary checks by non-licensed dealers at gun shows. (Passed 53-45, 5-12-99)
S.Amdt. 362 to S. 254 Lautenberg/Kerrey amendment regulate the sale of guns at gun shows.

H.R. 1702 - H.R. 3020 amend title 18, United States Code, to ban using the Internet to obtain or dispose of a firearm.

H.R. 902 - H.R. 1903 - Gun Show Accountability Act regulate the sale of firearms at gun shows.
Public Law 103-159 - Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act
Established a 5-day waiting period for the purchase of handguns (in the absence of related state restrictions).

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