|to Judiciary (H)
|AN ACT relating to firearms marketed to children.
|Bill Request Number
|Summary of Original Version
|Create a new section of KRS Chapter 237 requiring the office of the Attorney General to promulgate regulations related to the marketing, advertising, labeling, distributing, and sale of firearms designed to appeal to children; prohibit the sale of firearms designed with cartoon characters or designed specifically to appeal to children; forbid the marketing, advertising, or promotion of firearms designed specifically to appeal to children; provide that this section does not apply to BB, paintball, or pellet-firing air guns; enumerate that a violation of this section is considered an unfair, misleading, or deceptive act or practice in violation of KRS 367.170; provide that the remedies and powers given to the Attorney General under KRS 367.170 and the penalties under KRS 367.990 related to consumer protection apply to violations of the section; state that this section does not limit the powers and duties of the Attorney General under any other provision of law; and amend KRS 237.020 to conform.
|Index Headings of Original Version
Federal Laws and Regulations - Color and design of firearms, federal law and rules, does not preempt
Firearms and Weapons - Firearms designed to appeal to children, regulation of
Administrative Regulations and Proceedings - Firearms designed to appeal to children, administrative regulations, require promulgation
Consumer Affairs - Firearms designed to appeal to children, regulation of
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