Arizona to ban state enforcement of federal gun laws
Sponsored by Sens. Ward, Burges, Crandell, et al., SB1294 states that no agency, official, or political subdivision of the State of Arizona may enforce any federal act, law, order, rule or regulation that relates to a personal firearm, firearm accessory or ammunition within the limits of this state. No agency, official, or political subdivision of Arizona may provide material support or assistance to any federal agency or employee engaged in the enforcement of federal gun laws or order. Moreover, SB1294 states that no state money or resources may be used in the enforcement of federal gun laws or orders. Finally, any agent or employee of Arizona, or its political subdivisions, who knowingly violates this law is deemed to have resigned any commission from this State that the person may possess; the person’s office is deemed vacant and the person is forever after ineligible to hold any office of trust, honor or emolument under the laws of this State.