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    Contact the state Representatives

    If we do not speak up, then our voice will not be heard. Tell them how you feel about Iowas current lack of castle doctrine, and the gun/magazine ban.

    bruce.braley@mail.house.gov
    Quentin.Stanerson@legis.iowa.gov
    chip.baltimore@legis.iowa.gov
    art.staed@legis.iowa.gov
    http://www.harkin.senate.gov/contact.cfm
    http://www.grassley.senate.gov/contact/contact.cfm

    This is just a few. Send e-mails, make calls...Senator Grassley's number is 202-224-3744, Harkin at 202-224-3254, and Braley at 202-225-2911

    We must defend the Constitution of the United States. It will take 10min of your life.

    Thanks Guys and Gals!!

    Cablebob

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    Quote Originally Posted by cablebob View Post
    If we do not speak up, then our voice will not be heard. Tell them how you feel about Iowas current lack of castle doctrine, and the gun/magazine ban.

    bruce.braley@mail.house.gov
    Quentin.Stanerson@legis.iowa.gov
    chip.baltimore@legis.iowa.gov
    art.staed@legis.iowa.gov
    http://www.harkin.senate.gov/contact.cfm
    http://www.grassley.senate.gov/contact/contact.cfm

    This is just a few. Send e-mails, make calls...Senator Grassley's number is 202-224-3744, Harkin at 202-224-3254, and Braley at 202-225-2911

    We must defend the Constitution of the United States. It will take 10min of your life.

    Thanks Guys and Gals!!

    Cablebob
    Unless I have been misinformed, there is currently no legislation to ban Hi cap mags in this state.
    The only terrorists I see nowadays are at the Capital.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tucker6900 View Post
    Unless I have been misinformed, there is currently no legislation to ban Hi cap mags in this state.
    There is a bill currently in the Senate but I don't think it's about high cap mags either, but Tom Harkin is leaning toward this. I have been in contact with him and his vote is for this bill at this point. Bill S. 443 and S. 54 are both anti-gun and a gateway bill to registration.

    No response from Chuck Grassley on any bill.

    Chip Baltimore is pro 2a

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