Moolenaar Votes to Reaffirm Constituents' Second Amendment Rights

February 2, 2017
Press Release

Today, the House of Representatives passed legislation to overturn a rule proposed by the Social Security Administration during the Obama Administration that would deny due process rights and Second Amendment rights to law-abiding citizens.

The legislation now goes to the Senate. If it passes the Senate and is signed by the president, the rule proposed by the Social Security Administration will not take effect.

Congressman John Moolenaar voted for the legislation in the House today and released the following statement:

"No hardworking Michigan resident should have their Second Amendment rights and due process rights taken away by unaccountable bureaucrats. Those rights are enshrined in our Constitution and I will always fight to defend them."