Gun Owner Privacy in Delaware

John Sigler discusses a bill protecting the privacy of gun owners. In his President's Report, the NRA leader joins Cam Edwards by phone to talk about the proposed legislation that was drafted by Sigler himself and turned over to Delaware State Senator Bruce Ennis. "The Gun Owner Privacy Act," also known as Delaware Senate Bill 29, would prohibit the creation, sale or distribution of lists and information about firearms and their owners not authorized or required by law. It would also create civil remedies for governmental invasion of privacy and would also give the attorney general the power to investigate any suspected violations, set and enforce penalties, and grant compensation when necessary.