The text of the bill as passed by the house last evening is here.
It goes to the senate. I can't offer a confident prophecy on its chances there. Comments in the previous Constitutional amendment note also apply here.
The best argument the opponents could dream up seems to be that we're turning gentle, agrarian Iowa into the "Wild, Wild West."
That's nonsense. But even if it were true, so what?
Wander though the Boot Hills of Deadwood, Tombstone and the like and two things will stand out. (1) They're pretty small places. (2) In even the toughest towns of frontier legend, moving to the local grave yard courtesy of a gunslinger's bullet was a remote danger compared to, say, the fatal results of untreated acne.
The point being, Ladies and Gentlemen of the statist left, Clint Eastwood westerns are tales written to entertain, not exhaustively researched narratives of the norm in the 19th Century American West.