Assembly Speaker Robin Vos spoke with WISN's Jay Weber this morning and said that the Legislature will not take up "red flag" or "universal background check" proposals.
He explained that Wisconsin's existing mental-health law which allows 3-day involuntary commitment for examination is not un-Constitutional, and very effective. Further, the current background check system is working just fine.
Vos summed it up--none of the Democrat proposals will have an effect on gun crimes.
He does favor additional funding for mental health in the State--something that the Governor is not interested in. Too bad, eh?
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