“Union County will become the second government in New Jersey to require vendors who wish to sell firearms to county law enforcement agencies to answer questions on gun safety and responsibility,” nj.com reports. “The initiative was laid out today by newly elected Freeholder Chairman Christopher Hudak [above] at this year’s county reorganization meeting. Hudak was formally elected chairman at this afternoon’s meeting. The board’s decision to only do business with gun sellers who answered questions regarding social responsibility follows the model of Jersey City and its mayor, Steven Fulop, who attended today’s meeting. Jersey City is believed to be the first in the nation to make potential gun sellers answer social responsibility questions.” You may recall that 109 NJ Mayors recently signed a “statement of support” for the PC police procurement procedure, initiated by our good friends at Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America (a wholly owned subsidiary of Mayors Against Illegal Guns). Will gunmakers fall in line (at their commercial peril)? Watch this space . . .