VAN DREW: GUN LAWS NEED TO CHANGE IN NEW JERSEY

vandrewNew Jersey State Senator Jeff Van Drew would like to change the laws regarding handguns in the state.  Van Drew introduced a bill last week that would permit residents to carry handguns if they go through a background check, complete safety courses, pass a test, and pay a fee to the state of $500 annually.  Right now, residents can only carry handguns if they demonstrate need to their police chief and a Superior Court judge.  Van Drew recently opposed another handgun law that would allow someone to purchase one handgun a month in the state.  Van Drew says his proposed law is somewhat like in other neighboring states, including Pennsylvania.

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