MADISON, Wisc. – Last month, Wisconsin Rep. Michael Schraa introduced the Wisconsin Firearms Freedom Act in a speech on the capitol steps in Madison.
“The reason we are gathered here today is because we have a few radicals in Washington D.C. that think all of us law abiding citizens in this country are not responsible enough to own firearms. Well, I have a message for all of those radicals in Washington. Wisconsin will not help you take away our Second Amendment rights,” he said.