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Wyoming Alert: Support Stop ESG - Eliminate Economic Boycott Act
Help NSSF End “Woke” ESG Financial Discrimination

We need your help! Wyoming Senate File 159, The Stop ESG – Eliminate Economic Boycott Act, is a partnership effort to bring the Firearm Industry Nondiscrimination (FIND) Act fairness principles to state contracting. SF 159 will ensure disclosure of entities with discriminatory policies against firearm industry members. The Cowboy State will then be able to choose to do business elsewhere. The Wyoming Senate will hold its final vote on the bill tomorrow, Tuesday, Feb. 7. NSSF® thanks the Wyoming Legislature for moving this legislation forward - to ensure the firearm industry and others have an ally in protecting fair access to financial services.

NSSF needs your assistance to make sure transparency and fairness become law!

Please contact your State Senator and ask them to support Senate File 159. You can look up the contact information for your State Senator by clicking here.

As a reminder, for years, NSSF members engaged in the lawful commerce of firearms and ammunition have experienced discrimination by institutions simply because of the type of business they are in. In these cases, the refusal to provide goods and services results in higher costs of doing business and increased prices for consumers who are 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 wrong 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. State government should have the right to know if companies are “Anti-Second Amendment.” They should have a choice to do business elsewhere.

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