If a Florida State Senator gets her way, residents will need to prove they’ve conquered an anger management class every decade before the State will allow them to buy bullets from stores.
The Florida Times-Union is reporting a bill filed over the weekend by Senator Audrey Gibson (D-Jacksonville) would make it a second-degree felony to purchase ammo without having completed a two-hour anger management course every 10 years.
The bill would also force residents to sit out a three-day waiting period before buying a handgun.
Gibson said the proposed law “encourages introspection before purchasing ammunition.”
No word on whether the Senator did any soul-searching before writing a bill that could make felons out of thousands of current law-abiding gun owners.