“It’s time we use the power of [the] law to protect the health and safety of our citizens.” Tolman said in a statement.
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Well, things just escalated quickly in Massachusetts.
Warren Tolman, a former state senator and a current candidate for Attorney General of Massachusetts has basically said he will use the Massachusetts equivalent of an executive order to require that all guns sold in the state incorporate finger print scanning technology that would make the gun usable by only its owner (aka “smart guns”).
According to Telegram.com,
Fingerprint-locked guns, also called smart guns, are already available. Mr. Tolman argued that the attorney general could issue regulations allowed under existing law to require new guns sold in the state to have the safety devices, without requiring any action by the Legislature or changing state law.