Defunding trigger lock sales requirement
Brady Campaign is bent out of shape over the House rider that prohibits use of appropriated funds to enforce a requirement that guns be sold with triggerlocks.
Note that a funding restriction of this type isn't too useful in itself. It just means no enforcement is possible during the next fiscal year. But since the statute of limitations is five years, I think, anyone who sells without a lock will have to worry about whether the restriction *is* funded next year, and they could go back and prosecute. On the other hand, budget riders, once put on, tend to keep repeating. The ban on use of funds for giving "relief from disability" to own guns is probably still in there, after a decade or so.