Thursday, June 6, 2013

House Votes To Limit Homeland Security’s Gun Ammunition Buys

It's a start.
Lawmakers voted late Wednesday for limits on the amount of ammunition that can be purchased by the Department of Homeland Security.

The measure — a proposal to amend the DHS spending bill — came by way of Republican Rep. Mark Meadows and passed 234-192, The Associated Press reported. The amendment prohibits taxpayer dollars from being sent to DHS for ammunition buys unless the agency first sends a report to Congress detailing its previous like purchases.
The report must also include the agency’s past ammunition usages, AP reported.

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