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    VCDL's Gun Dealer Legal Defense Fund -- help fight Mayor Bloomberg's
    scheme to cripple Virginia firearms dealers. See:
    www.vcdl.org/index.html#DefenseFund
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    VCDL's meeting schedule: http://www.vcdl.org/meetings.html
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    First an URGENT ACTION ITEM:

    Delegate Carrico's HB 371, which put's teeth in Virginia's preemption
    laws, is going to be heard on Thursday! No more Chet Szymecki-type
    arrests!

    HB 371 will be heard in the House Militia, Police and Public Safety
    subcommittee #2 at 7:30 AM (ugh!).

    ***We need to get emails flowing NOW!***

    Click below to send a message to your Delegate:

    http://tinyurl.com/yszn94

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    ANOTHER URGENT ACTION ITEM

    19 gun bills are going to be heard Thursday night at 5 PM in the House
    Militia, Police and Publics Safety subcommittee #1.

    Again, we need to get the word out on these bills NOW!

    Click below to send a message to your Delegate to SUPPORT all the good
    bills in that committee:

    http://tinyurl.com/3xgd7c

    Click below to send a message to your Delegate to kill all the bad
    bills in that committee:

    http://tinyurl.com/2ktk66

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    GOOD NEWS TODAY!

    Three anti-gun bills were KILLED in the Senate today. Joel Partridge
    (NRA), Roy B. Scherer, and I spoke against these bills. All of the
    bills died by a 10 to 5 vote!

    SB 32, Senator Locke, bans guns in libraries

    SB 33, Senator Locke, bans guns at festivals and fairs (the Chet
    Szymecki bill)

    SB 300, Senator Whipple, bans guns in government buildings

    The following Senators stood up for your rights and should be thanked:

    Quayle, Martin, Hanger, Reynolds, Ruff, Cuccinelli, Obenshain,
    Herring, Smith, Stuart

    The following Senators voted anti-gun:

    Lucas, Marsh, Ticer, Puller, Locke

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    CORRECTION

    In yesterday's Lobby Day wrap up, I gave the wrong bill number for
    Senator Marsh's gun show bill. It should be be SB 109.

    If you haven't yet sent an email to kill SB 109, do so now:

    http://tinyurl.com/yo93ff

    SB 109 will be voted on tomorrow around 2 PM in the Senate Courts of
    Justice committee. Cross your fingers that Senator Marsh's gun show
    bill is killed.

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    dedicated to defending the human rights of all Virginians. The Right to
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    At what point are we flooding the delegates/senators with too many emails?

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    We are not - these links just go to YOUR legislator.

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    At no point are we flooding them. They have staffers to tally the scores. Do you think that the dark side is worried about sending to many emails to get their point across? I don't. Keep sending those emails. Let your representatives know your position on any topic of concern to you. Be the "Sueeky wheel" and get the grease.

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    sccrref wrote:
    At no point are we flooding them. They have staffers to tally the scores. Do you think that the dark side is worried about sending to many emails to get their point across? I don't. Keep sending those emails. Let your representatives know your position on any topic of concern to you. Be the "Sueeky wheel" and get the grease.

    I have gotten responses back from my Delegate that his staffers could not have know about. Information from conversation outside of the staffers.

    I don't know if he is telling them to include the information, or if he does it himself.


    One of the things I like about my Delegate.

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