Illinois working on "The Precious Metal Purchasing Act."Submitted by fishyculture on Fri, 01/11/2013 - 09:36
"(a) A person who is in the business of purchasing precious
15 metal, before purchasing an item containing precious metal from
16 the same person exceeding $250 in value regardless of form or
17 quantity shall:
18 (1) obtain from that person:
19 (A) proof of ownership for the precious metal;"
"(b) A person who is in the business of purchasing precious
12 metal shall:
13 (1) not pay for the purchase of precious metal with
14 cash; and "
It is short, read the whole thing, please:
The dailybell says not to worry, but I see it differently. It looks to me like "testing the water" to see if they can focus us on the guns while they go for the gold. I am FASCINATED that they include that "worthless relic" silver, but not platinum or palladium.
Never too early to start saying "NO."
Sen. Kirk W. Dillard
(Rep. Patricia R. Bellock , Norine Hammond, Michelle Mussman and Pam Roth)