Of the. Ready to repeal the Gun Industry Liability Shield Act

By Y. Peter Kang (June 29, 2022, 5:04 p.m. EDT) – Delaware lawmakers have voted to repeal a state law that provides a liability shield for companies in the firearms industry, even when they negligently sell a gun to a so-called straw buyer, introducing a bill that would also make it easier for plaintiffs to circumvent a federal liability shield.

The Delaware House of Representatives voted 23-18 on Tuesday to approve SB 302, known as the Keshall KeKe Anderson Safe Firearm Sales Act, which would strike down a Delaware law cited by the state’s high court in 2019 when she dismissed the Anderson family’s lawsuit over her daughter’s death from a stray bullet. The vigilantes…

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