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    Carry in parks and restaurants

    JUDICIARY III 1425 10:00 am Thursday
    H.B. 206 Affordable Housing for Local Employees.
    H.B. 269 Concealed Handgun Permit Valid in Parks.
    H.B. 270 Personal Protection in Restaurants.


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    I just got an e-mail from the NRA mentioning this.

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    On Thursday, March 19, two important pro-gun bills, House Bill 269 and House Bill 270 will be heard in the House Judiciary III Committee. We are encouraging all those who are able to attend, to come out and show their support. The committee is scheduled to meet at 10am in room 1425 LB.

    HB 269, introduced by Representatives Mark Hilton (R-96), Justin Burr (R-67), George Cleveland (R-3), and Jim Gulley (R-103), would allow those with concealed handgun permits to carry their firearms in state parks.

    HB 270, introduced by State Representatives Mark Hilton (R-96), Fred Steen (R-76), Justin Burr (R-67), and George Cleveland (R-14), would eliminate the prohibition on Right-to-Carry permit holders carrying their lawfully concealed firearms into a restaurant that serves alcohol.

    If you are unable to attend, please contact the members of the House Judiciary Committee III listed below and respectfully urge them to support both HB 269 and HB 270.[/b]

    State Representative Ronnie Sutton (D-47)
    919-715-0875
    Ron.Sutton@ncleg.net
    State Representative N. Leo Daughtry (R-26)
    919-733-5605
    Leo.Daughtry@ncleg.net
    State Representative Bill Faison (D-50)
    919-715-3019
    Bill.Faison@ncleg.net
    State Representative Ray Warren (D-88)
    919-715-8361
    Ray.Warren@ncleg.net
    State Representative Tricia Ann Cotham (D-100)
    919-715-0706
    Tricia.Cotham@ncleg.net
    State Representative Susan C. Fisher (D-114)
    919-715-2013
    Susan.Fisher@ncleg.net
    State Representative W. David Guice (R-113)
    919-715-4466
    David.Guice@ncleg.net
    State Representative R. Phillip Haire (D-119)
    919-715-3005
    Phillip.Haire@ncleg.net
    State Representative Maggie Jeffus (D-59)
    919-733-5191
    Maggie.Jeffus@ncleg.net
    State Representative David R. Lewis (R-53)
    919-715-3015
    David.Lewis@ncleg.net
    State Representative Nick Mackey (D-99)
    919-733-5606
    Nick.Mackey@ncleg.net
    State Representative Henry M. Michaux, Jr. (D-31)
    919-715-2528
    Mickey.Michaux@ncleg.net
    State Representative Grey Mills (R-95)
    919-733-5741
    Grey.Mills@ncleg.net
    State Representative Shirley B. Randleman (R-94)
    919-733-5935
    Shirley.Randleman@ncleg.net
    State Representative Thom Tillis (R-98)
    919-733-5828
    Thom.Tillis@ncleg.net
    State Representative Alice Graham Underhill (D-3)
    919-733-5853
    Alice.Underhill@ncleg.net
    State Representative Laura I. Wiley (R-61)
    919-733-5877
    Laura.Wiley@ncleg.net "

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    Note(s) sent to each member listed. Let's pray they PASS these House Bills.

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    Email sent!

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    Emails sent. But we need to call these committee members too, people! Calls make a much bigger difference than emails. Let's get on the horn.

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    Emails to one and all! Too bad my local Rep was not on that committee.

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    ... Ray ...

    Thanks ,the offices that answered were very nice & I mentioned the increase in

    sexual assault in England & Australia with their gun bans .

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    Also on date night I liked taking my sweetheart out to places like Applebees

    however because they serve alcohol we could not go there being CCW supporters.

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    Did anyone attend today? I checked the General Assembly's web site and they don't have any updates on these bills yet:

    http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/BillL...ubmitButton=Go

    http://www.ncleg.net/gascripts/BillL...ubmitButton=Go

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    I got some classes so I couldn't/can't go.

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    I got two emails back. One was potentially unsupportive, not much info just thanking me for contacting them,but David Lewis said he was for both of them.

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    chiefjason wrote:
    I got two emails back. One was potentially unsupportive, not much info just thanking me for contacting them,but David Lewis said he was for both of them.
    Got the same email from David Lewis.
    Thank you for writing regarding House Bill 269 and House Bill 270.

    Please know that I support both of these Bills.

    I am aware of no cases in which a person authorized to carry a concealed fire arm has discharged that weapon in committing a crime.

    I will support both of these Bills.

    Again, thank you for writing.

    David

    Rep. David Lewis
    North Carolina General Assembly
    House of Representatives
    300 N. Salisbury Street, Room 533
    Raleigh, NC 27603



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    Yep, that's it. At least it's a form letter of support.

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    Does anybody have an idea of how long it takes to find out the results?

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    More info. Park carry postponed, restaurant reffered to committee. As of 3-19.



    http://www.reflector.com/news/state/...stingId=503771

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    "Opponents said driving-while-impaired laws show people still drink when they shouldn't, and mixing gun rights with alcohol sales is a bad idea."

    If they are going to drink while carrying, they already are. What is it that people don't get get about things like this.

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    More updated info here:

    http://carolinashootersforumDOTcom/v...ic.php?t=18472

    (Replace DOT with ".")

    -R

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    Unfortunately, bills in NC go into committee to die. :?

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    Plyr58 wrote:
    Unfortunately, bills in NC go into committee to die. :?
    It's like winning the lottery. You have to play in order to be able to have a chance to win.

    Call your reps if this is important to you. If you don't, how can you complain if the outcome is not what you like it to be??

    -R

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