Governors Sign Bills Barring Credit Cards From Tracking Gun Sales

By Daniel Walker | March 27, 2024

Financial privacy

In a significant move, the governors of Indiana and Utah, Eric Holcomb and Spencer Cox respectively, have signed bills aimed at preventing credit card companies from tracking firearm and ammunition purchases within their states. 

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via Forbes Breaking News

This proactive step has garnered attention within the realm of gun rights and financial privacy, reflecting a broader trend of state-led efforts to safeguard citizens' Second Amendment rights and shield private transactions from unwarranted intrusion.

Firearms and ammunition

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via Gov. Spencer Cox

The newly enacted laws, Indiana's HB 1084 and Utah's HB 406, are designed to protect the privacy of lawful firearm and ammunition purchases from tracking by credit card companies.