For over 10 years the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance has been fighting violations of Idaho’s firearm preemption law.
Over that decade, we have helped overturn 80 violations from across the state.
Well, we have a new one to tell you about. It’s in the city of Idaho Falls.
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I was walking the greenbelt in Idaho Falls with my family and we were reading the signs that are along the pathway.
Idaho Code 18-3302(J) prohibits cities/counties from regulating the possession of firearms.
You can watch my short video here where I show you the sign and where it is located.
It’s important to note that the sign appears to be very old, and likely pre-dates Idaho’s firearm preemption law which was passed in 2008.
Now that the violation has been found, the ISAA will be contacting the city of Idaho Falls to remedy the violation. We have helped correct over 80 of these violations in the last decade.
So, if you notice a sign or code in your city/county that you believe violates the firearm preemption statute, please notify us if you see a violation.
Typically, it’s signs at parks or city/county owned buildings that have “No Firearms” signs. Most of the time these cities/counties don’t know about Idaho’s firearm preemption law.
Our goal is to educate them and make sure the violations get corrected.
Now, I know the next question we are going to get is, “What about buildings that are privately ran, but owned by a city/county?”
That’s the exact question we essentially have before the Idaho Supreme Court. We obviously believe that if it’s owned by a city/county, then it must fall under the firearm preemption statute, but the cities/counties don’t necessarily agree.
If you find those situations, please let us know anyway, but we will likely wait until the ISC opines on our case before moving forward on them.
Finally, please consider a donation to the Idaho Second Amendment Alliance today and help us expand our efforts to get into the nitty gritty details of each city/county to ensure they are all in accordance with Idaho’s laws.
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