HELP NSSF End Financial Discrimination of our Industry

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FIND ACT Introduced in Arizona
HELP NSSF End Financial Discrimination of our Industry

For years, NSSF® members engaged in the lawful commerce of firearm and ammunition have experienced discrimination by financial institutions simply because of the type of business they were in. In these cases, their refusal to provide goods and services resulted in a higher cost of doing business and increased prices for consumers who were simply exercising their Second Amendment Rights. Our members have reported facing discrimination from internet search engines, payment processors, social media companies, insurance companies and other service providers not covered by the FDIC.

While the firearm industry respects the right of financial institutions and other service providers to make business decisions based on objective criteria, it is unacceptable to discriminate against businesses simply because they are engaged in the lawful commerce of firearms and ammunition, a heavily regulated activity protected by the Second Amendment.

This week, a bill was introduced in Arizona to combat these discriminatory practices. House Bill 2827, the Firearm Industry Nondiscrimination (FIND) Act would ensure firearm industry members have fair access to financial services in the Grand Canyon. NSSF thanks State Representative Frank Carroll, the 22 co-sponsors in the State House, and the 12 co-sponsors in the State Senate for introducing legislation to ensure the firearm industry receives fair access to financial services.

NSSF needs your assistance to make sure the FIND Act becomes law and there are two ways you can help: 

We need real-world examples to show legislators how common financial discrimination against our industry really is in Arizona. If you have experienced financial discrimination because of your involvement in the firearm industry and would be willing to share your story with legislators via written or in-person testimony, please reach out to Michael Findlay, our Western Director of Government Relations – State Affairs at

Contact your state representative to ask that they support House Bill 2827. You can look up the contact information for your state representative by clicking here.

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