New Mexico sheriff vows to go to jail over proposed gun law

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New Mexico sheriff vows to go to jail over proposed gun law

Lea County Sheriff Corey Helton, left, waits with McKinley County Sheriff Ronald Silversmith outside the New Mexico House chamber before a debate about a proposed “red flag” gun bill in Santa Fe on Tuesday. Democratic legislators in New Mexico are pushing forward with a red flag gun proposal at a legislative committee meeting that offers a final opportunity for public comment.

New Mexico sheriff vows to go to jail over proposed gun law

Lea County Sheriff Corey Helton, left, waits with McKinley County Sheriff Ronald Silversmith outside the New Mexico House chamber before a debate about a proposed “red flag” gun bill in Santa Fe on Tuesday. Democratic legislators in New Mexico are pushing forward with a red flag gun proposal at a legislative committee meeting that offers a final opportunity for public comment.
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