That is the best idea I have heard in a long time.
The law was an addendum to the law that requires firearms seized by police in criminal investigations to be sold the same way.
Predictably, nanny-statists and "progressives" were scandalized.
"We hate it when the federal government mandates it to the state, and we're doing the same thing," said Sen. Lynne Pancrazi, D-Yuma. They also complained about victims having to deal with the knowledge that a gun that killed a loved one could end up back on the streets.Here is a clue, Sen. Pancrazi, if the perp is not back in circulation, you are safe. The gun is merely a lump of steel made into a tool.