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    got this in my e mail today...


    Michigan: Registration Reform Heads to Senate!





    Friday, April 18, 2008



    Please Contact Your State Senator!



    House Bill 4490

    < http://tinyurl.com/4ug6og > passed the House on Wednesday April 16, by a vote of 98 to 10. Introduced by State Representative Paul Opsommer

    (R-93) HB4490 would repeal the required "safety inspection" for newly obtained handguns. HB 4490 would also require law enforcement agencies to destroy "safety inspection" records on file. Current Michigan law requires anyone who comes into possession of a pistol to take it to the police or sheriff's department for a safety inspection. The requirement of a safety inspection is a burdensome waste of time for law-abiding gun owners and HB4490 will end that inconvenience. HB4490 will now head to the Senate were it could be taken up in the near future.



    Please contact your State Senator and urge him or her to support this necessary piece of legislation. To contact your State Senator click here <http://www.capwiz.com/nra/state/main/state=MI&view=myofficials> .


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    I'm pretty well positive it wouldn't do any good to contact my rep, but I'm still very excited. Michigan just keeps coming around on gun laws.
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    Michigander wrote:
    I'm pretty well positive it wouldn't do any good to contact my rep, but I'm still very excited. Michigan just keeps coming around on gun laws.
    It's always good to contact your rep, especially if they oppose the bill. It at leasts let them know someone in their district supports firearms and it make you feel good that you did something. You can email their office very easily. It's always nice to hear their BS replies which can be posted on this site for all to see.
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    I jut emailed them a long message. I hope they reply.

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    pbnationrc wrote:
    I got to the NRA's website where you can contact your lawmakers but what ones do I contact. What ones have the power to vote about this and other things like it. Brandon
    They all have a vote. Contact your rep even if they oppose it. Fun to see their responses.
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