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How do I register a gun that was a gift in Georgia?

There is no firearms registration in the State of Georgia. If the recipient is NOT prohibited from legally owning/purchasing a firearm then the gift is legal under Federal & state law. Georgia law does NOT require a record of the transfer of ownership be kept either. However a simple transfer of ownership declaration (a bill of sale with no money) with a copy for you both is prudent. Transfer through an FFL dealer is cheap insurance if you are selling a firearm to someone with an unknown or uncertain history. A relative or close friend with a history known 1st hand by you, a bill of sale is good. Many FFL dealers have sharply increased transfer fees over the last few years. Shops near me charge anywhere from $30-$50 for a transfer. I know 1st hand why the increase but often the fee makes using an FFL dealer too expensive. I know this was too late for it to benefit the OP. I hope it is helpful to someone. Thanks for reading. All the best.

The Republicans were insistent that Obamacare could be improved by allowing competition of insurance companies across state lines during the election. This concept was presented as a no brainer. Why is this not implemented?

Ask the Trump Administration.Umm… It’s Already LegalFact is, it’s already legal under the ACA. Section 1333 of the Affordable Care Act allows for “interstate health care choice compacts”. The rules have to be set. They’re not set by Congress, but in fact, by Health and Humans Services Secretary Tom Price. The compacts themselves have to be set up by Insurance companies with the States, but Price could turn this on tomorrow if he wanted to.Why haven’t the Republicans done this? I suppose part of this is their choice to instead do everything possible to sabotage the ACA. It does not serve their “repeal” case when it’s brought to the publics’ attention that the changes they’re trying to legislate, in the process of taking away your health insurance and creating another big tax break for the super wealthy, is not even necessary. We already have it.It’s Already ImplementedAnd it’s not just this potential. In fact, six states already have laws allowing cross-state sales: Georgia, Kentucky, Maine, Rhode Island, Washington, and Wyoming. And yet, despite those laws, not a single new insurer from any other state has entered any of those markets.Why not? If you don’t have or use insurance, it may not be obvious, so I’ll use a personal example. My wife has insurance that covers our whole family from her job in New Jersey. Like pretty much all health insurance, this operates within a “healthcare network”. What that means, basically, is that this Jersey-based insurer has agreements with doctors and hospitals in the region. Most medical providers have ridiculously jacked-up prices on things, every healthcare network has negotiated much, much lower prices for these services.And It’s ComplicatedWhen my son went off to Pharmacy School in Richmond Virginia, he was still covered by our insurance. However, it was virtually impossible for him to use it in Richmond. Sure, it was there for an emergency, but if he went to a regular doctor for a checkup, let’s say, they’d charge him the full, “fake” out-of-network price. Which, sadly, is the price that people without insurance pay, sometimes several times what an in-network person pays. I could submit that bill to my insurance company, but it’s still an out-of-network charge. I would still wind up paying most of that bill.So let’s say that, while the kid’s walking around the VCU campus and hospital, some insurance company officials get a look at him and are suddenly inspired to say to themselves, “hey, we should sell our insurance in South Jersey!”, and imagine that Jersey has decided to allow out-of-state insurers. Spliffy! They start selling their insurance and … not a single policy is sold. “But wait, it’s half the price of healthcare in Jersey, what’s the deal?” The network.See, they could offer their policy, but I’d have to drive down to Virginia to use it in any practical way. All the hospitals and doctors anywhere near me, in Jersey, Delaware, or Pennsylvania, they would all be out-of-network. And sure, the networks here cover South Jersey, Southeastern Pennsylvania, and Northern Delaware, essentially the Delaware Valley.So our intrepid Virginian Insurers are not to be stopped! They start building their own healthcare network across the Delaware Valley. Or at least they try. From the point of view of doctors and hospitals, they join and network and make that special price deal with the network knowing it will drive new business to their doors. But how is this company from Virginia going to drive business? So they may not be successful at building the network, they may not be able to offer the same prices as the local companies. And if they don’t have enough subscribers, they wind up with an inadequate risk pool… so they might actually have to start charging more than the local insurer, or lose money.But Wasn’t Trump Talking About Something Else?Have you met Trump? Do you really think he has the slightest idea about this? Someone told him about the idea, it made a good talking point in his opinion, so he talks about it. If he really thought it was a good idea, he would have pushed it.The one thing the Republicans could do, and some of them have been talking about this, is to simply strip State control of this. They could pass a bill that takes away States’ rights to regulate insurance sales and effectively make it mandatory for every State to admit out-of-state insurers. That’s about it. They’re not talking about abolishing healthcare networks, abolishing fake pricing, or anything else that would actually make this idea work. They are, at the end of the day, all simple creatures, not prone to deep thoughts on complicated subjects.

Why is America opposed to gun reform? Wouldn't stricter background checks benefit all well-intentioned people?

Yes , stricter background checks could definitely benefit.Take for example the recent case of the murder in New York of two police officers. The murders were committed by Ismaaiyl Brinsley.Brinsley had a history of criminal activity as well as mental instability. In 2008, he was convicted of felony shoplifting, which made it illegal for him to buy or carry a gun under federal law. Three years later, after he shot a woman’s car with a stolen handgun, he admitted to other crimes. According to police records, he was arrested 19 times in Ohio and Georgia.Investigators have traced the gun Brinsley used to murder the officers to a pawn shop in Georgia. The gun was purchased there in 1996. The buyer told police that he gave the gun to a cousin, according to the New York Times. Federal investigators are trying to figure out what happened to the gun since then, but the lack of a legal paper trail makes doing so difficult.Georgia has some of the weakest gun laws in the country and is known for having almost no records of traceable purchases. This makes it difficult to determine exactly how Brinsley got the gun. Contrast Georgia with New York where the shooting took place. As of 2010, Georgia was the fifth-largest source of guns used in crimes nationally and the largest source of out-of-state guns seized by the New York Police Department. The 2,433 guns used in crimes in New York City whose point of sale could be traced, 90 percent come from out of state, most of them from states with few restrictions on selling or buying guns. New York has tough gun laws and crime is greatly reduced in that state but they cannot stop out of state guns from being used to commit crimes in New York. By contrast Georgia has, as I said, some of the weakest laws in the country. Although licensed gun sellers are required to conduct background checks, in many states, including Georgia, there’s no similar requirement for unlicensed secondary market sellers. New York requires all gun sales, including private ones to pass a background check. Georgia does not. Georgia has no penalties for straw purchasers who buy firearms and give them to someone who is legally prohibited from buying or owning a gun. It does not even mandate that gun owners file a police report when their gun goes missing.In Georgia , you can carry a gun into bars, classrooms, government buildings, and even TSA airport checkpoints. Is crime down in Georgia? It's murder rate is 27 percent above the national averageIf more states had tougher gun laws concerning background checks and mandated them for all gun sales, I believe these officers may very well still be alive today.As for why such laws are not passed, that is simple. It is because of the inordinate lobbying power of the NRA. The NRA even backed a bill sponsored by Rep. Todd Tiahrt, a former Republican congressman from Kansas, that prevents the FBI from sharing some of its records on background checks with the federal Bureau of Alcohol, Firearms and Tobacco or local law enforcement agencies. As I said, investigators have hard a hard time trying to find out where Brinsley got his gun. The laws should be making their job easier, not harder.A 2013 Pew Research Center survey found that 66% of Americans supported the creation of a federal database to track gun sales and 54% supported a ban on sale of assault-style weapons. A Pew poll earlier this year discovered that 81% of all Americans, and 74% of households with NRA members, support background checks for private gun sales.

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