Skip to comments.Missouri Bill Mandates Parents Report Gun Ownership to School Their Child Attends
Posted on 12/15/2013 4:52:12 PM PST by BulletBobCo
A pre-filed bill in the Missouri Senate would require parents of a public school student to report to the school if they own a gun.
Senator Maria Chappelle-Nadal filed SB 549, which reads:
This act requires a parent or guardian to notify a school district, or the governing body of a private or charter school, that he or she owns a weapon within 30 days of enrolling the child in school or becoming the owner of a weapon. The written notification only needs to include the names of the parent and any child attending the school and the fact that the parent owns a weapon.
The good news is, if you have several children attending the same school, you only have to notify the school once. So theres that.
This isnt the first time Sen. Chappell-Nadal showed complete disregard for the privacy of Missourians. The bill is exactly like SB 124 from the 2013 General Assembly.
It went no where.
Her seat must be a safe one.
So Missouri doesn’t want to be part of the conservative states when we split?
I hope y’all living in “Misery”, just jump right out there, and state you do (NOT)!
Personally, I do not think the state has enough incarceration receptacles for everybody!
How stupid. Does the school report to the parents which of their teachers own guns. Won't be long before schools have gather reports on which parents are Christians, member of the Tea Party, or any other non government approved activity.
Be sure to also notify them every time you exercise any other right enumerated. Overload them!
Personally I would notify them by stating that I am exercising my constitution rights and leave it at that! Let them figure out which one.
Thank God this went nowhere.
How did I know that the sponsor (A) is a woman and (B) has a hyphenated last-name?
They already know that, thanks to the NSA...
Passing stupid laws is easy. Enforcing them is not easy.
Most men I know beware hyphenated women.
There are various pictures but I think this may be her.
There will be some that will submit to the will of the government.
Just say, “No!”
Maria N. Chappelle-Nadal is a Democrat from University City, Missouri, who represents District 14 in the Missouri State Senate. (North St. Louis)
The state senator is a democrat. While we do have a democrat governor, both houses of the General Assembly are firmly (and by firmly, I mean veto-proof majority) In Republican hands. This bill is going nowhere.
” Does the school report to the parents which of their teachers own guns”
How about the school reports which teacher /staff are gay? Which teachers/staff have AIDS/HIV/Hepatitis? Which ones are sex offenders?
How would little Miz hyphenated-name politico act if a citizen asked for this in a bill?
So Missouri doesnt want to be part of the conservative states when we split?
Please know that this bill has absolutely no chance of passing.
“How would little Miz hyphenated-name politico act if a citizen asked for this in a bill?”
Just ask her if *she* or any of her employees has a gun.
Somehow I just knew.
Shouldn’t ALL of the parents require every school teacher and administrators to answer this very same question?
Wow, not a bad-looking sista.
Only has to give St. Louis to Illinois before it goes.
This could be a good thing for MO but it’s not what yer thinkin’ there Skippy!
The sponsor of this bill needs to be immediately recalled or voted out in the next election cycle as well as any co-sponsors. Then who ever votes for it will be put on notice they are going to be soon out of a job.
Maria N. Chappelle-Nadal is a Democrat from University City, Missouri, who represents District 14 in the Missouri State Senate. She is also a former member of the Missouri House of Representatives from District 72, a position which she held from 2005 to 2011. In 2010, Chappelle-Nadal was elected to the Senate to succeed fellow Democrat Rita Heard Days of St. Louis. She is a graduate of Georgia State University in Atlanta, Georgia. Democratic party activist
Chappelle-Nadal was one of Missouri's superdelegates to the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver, Colorado. Uncommitted at first, she declared her support for Democratic candidate Barack Obama on the same day that the commonwealth of Puerto Rico held its Democratic presidential primary. Chappelle-Nadal's mother is Puerto Rican.
Just about everyone here (and probably in Missouri) know this bill doesn’t have a chance, including Ms. Nadal. She is just establishing her street creds with her liberal voters.
Much like the Hollywood types who spout the most outrageous Leftist statements - gotta stay in favor of the Liberal producers.
Sure. I’ll get right on that.
The kiddies will rat the parents out when they are threatened by the ‘counselor” and will be handed over to CPS.
Only after a meeting with a Social Worker will you be allowed to speak to your child, and only in the presence of said state employee.
Recommendations on the findings of that meeting with that Social Worker will determine whether you get to take you kid home that evening.
time to haul out every pol hack who voted for this, tar and feather them the real way, tie em up and send them out of state in railroad cars.
Owwwwwwwwwwww Now I understand. I should have known.
This is quite an over-reach. But on the bright side, this would certainly have the effect of getting conservative kids out of Leftist indoctrination centers. Let’s see if they try this at the local level where it may be possible politically in some Leftist municipalities.
Does stupid and being a politician go hand in hand?
How will this possibly fly in MO? The state has been turning red, and gun-favorable legislation has been overwhelmingly successful.
Missouri has been and always will be the Worst State in the Union.
It won’t fly. It has less than a zero chance of ever even making it out of committee.
Again, law breakers and loony tunes won’t report their guns anyway so all they will have is a list of responsible citizens so they can disarm them at their whim.
Filing a bill is far from passing it. I doubt that this goes any further than it did in 2013. Republican legislature in both houses will not pass it.
People in rural towns will not do it. Plenty of gun grabbers in the big cities. This jerk and his ilk will no doubt keep trying.
Like EVERY other state, MO has liberal bastions called cities. In fact it has 3 liberal islands floating in a sea of red. The bill died a quick and ignominious death.
Do I have to notify them if the gun was lost in a tragic boating accident? Seriously, time for a little civil disobedience here.....
“So Missouri doesnt want to be part of the conservative states when we split?”
It went nowhere.
Appears to me truth prevailed in MO.
I spent half my life in Iowa and have many, many relatives in Northern Missouri (tiny little Allendale, St. Joe, etc.) so I’m somewhat familiar....
his = her
BTW, if you had trouble with a naval vessel named after Jack Murtha, you’ll love this:
USS Harvey Milk would be a fitting tribute
I got a butcher knife in the kitchen and a lug wrench in my car.
Trouble? No, I was and remain borderline apoplectic about the murtha and gifford. I hope they both sink loaded with politically correct fembot nazi crews. Their remains will rest unmolested because fish are, for the most part, not shit eaters.
I gave 12 years of my life to the United States Navy and cannot in good conscience look at it with anything but disdain at this point.
Of course such disclosures designate the identified children as potential homicidal maniacs.
So, which state is freer and has a lower cost of living? Missouri or Kansas?
Time for a MAJOR RECALL effort, if only to make her spent time and money defending herself.
Is she from St. Louis/E. St. Louis? Sounds like it.