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Thread: Constitutional Carry - Senate vote 3/29/10

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    Three important pro-rights bills have been scheduled for the Senate Third Read vote on Monday, March 29, 2010. These will be recorded votes that determine the fate of each bill. It is critical that you contact your Senator and ask them to vote for these bills.

    The first of these is SB 1108, the Senate version of the AzCDL-requested Constitutional Carry bill which eliminates the prohibition and penalties for law-abiding adults who carry a concealed weapon without a permit. After passing Third Read, SB 1108 will be sent over to the House. The House is expected to substitute SB 1108 for HB 2347 during the House Third Read. If SB 1108 passes the House Third Read, it will head to the Governor via the Senate. However, right now, it is important to make your Senator aware that you want SB 1108 to pass. A letter urging your Senator to vote for SB 1108 during Third Read has been prepared and is waiting to be sent by you at AzCDL’s Action Center.

    The second bill is SB 1168, the Firearms Preemption bill that strengthens state firearms preemption laws, adds firearms storage and accessories to the list of things political subdivisions cannot regulate, and removes the prohibition on carrying a firearm in public parks without a concealed weapons (CCW) permit. It too has a clone in the House, HB 2543, that is awaiting a House Third Read vote. A letter urging your Senator to vote for SB 1168 during Third Read has been prepared and is waiting to be sent by you at AzCDL’s Action Center.

    Finally, HB 2307, the Firearms Freedom Act, that reinforces States' Rights under the Tenth Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, will be voted on in the Senate Third Read on Monday. A letter urging your Senator to vote for HB 2307 during Third Read has been prepared and is waiting to be sent by you at AzCDL’s Action Center.

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    Todays the day... fingers crossed.

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    Letters sent last night. Love that letter tool Fred.

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    Dahwg wrote:
    Letters sent last night. Love that letter tool Fred.
    Thanks! That letter tool is expensive but well worth the money.

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    Just got word from our agents at the Capitol. SB 1108 (Constitutional Carry) passed the Senate 3rd Read by a 20-10 vote and is headed over to the House.

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    azcdlfred wrote:
    Just got word from our agents at the Capitol. SB 1108 (Constitutional Carry) passed the Senate 3rd Read by a 20-10 vote and is headed over to the House.
    Now what happens? Another read?

    Is this it? "The House is expected to substitute SB 1108 for HB 2347 during the House Third Read. If SB 1108 passes the House Third Read, it will head to the Governor via the Senate.

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    Dahwg wrote:
    Letters sent last night. Love that letter tool Fred.
    i lobe that letter tool also....if it wasnt for that i honestly probably wouldnt be sending letters...thanks again
    "You may find me one day dead in a ditch somewhere. But by God, youll find me in a pile of brass. Trooper M. Padgett

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