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    Wisconsin Anti-Gun Bill's to be Heard this Week.State Bill 643, and Assembly Bll914.. not good not good at all..

    Anti-Gun Bills To Be Heard This Week!



    As we alerted you before, two anti-gun proposals, LRB-2912 and LRB-4543 have been assigned bill numbers and referred to committees. The bill numbers are Senate Bill 643 and Assembly Bill 914. AB 914 has been scheduled for a public hearing Wednesday, April 7 at 1:05pm in the Committee on Corrections and the Courts. The Senate Judiciary Committee will then hear companion bill, SB 643, on Thursday, April 8 at 11:00am.



    This is among the most drastically anti-gun legislation introduced in Wisconsin for some time. Gun control advocates refer to this legislation as a "fix" for the so-called "gun show loophole." Nevertheless, it goes far beyond point-of-sale background checks.



    These proposals would.



    • Require that transfers of the ownership of privately-owned firearms be conducted through a federally licensed dealer. This means if you wanted to sell your firearm to a trusted friend, you would have to conduct the transaction through an FFL and pay whatever transfer fees the dealer cared to impose.



    • Go WAY beyond federal restrictions for firearm possession and impose additional prohibitions based on mere misdemeanor convictions.



    • Require firearm transfer records to be sent to the Department of Justice, thereby creating a registry of these privately-owned firearms.



    • Allow the Department to disclose these records for whatever "research" it deemed appropriate.

    Please contact the committee members and urge them to oppose AB 914 and SB 643. Also contact your legislator and urge him or her to oppose these bills if they advance to the Assembly or Senate floor. To contact members of the Wisconsin legislature click here. Contact info for the respective committees is listed below.





    Wednesday, April 7, 1:00 pm, State Capitol North Hearing Room (Second Floor)
    Hearing on AB 914

    Assembly Committee on Corrections and the Courts



    State Representative Joe Parisi (D-48) Chair

    (608) 266-5342

    Rep.Parisi@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Chuck Benedict (D-45) Vice-Chair

    (608) 266-9967

    Rep.Benedict@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Donna Seidel (D-85)

    (608) 266-0654

    Rep.Seidel@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Frederick Kessler (D-12)

    (608) 266-5813

    Rep.Kessler@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Sondy Pope-Roberts (D-79)

    (608) 266-3520

    Rep.Pope-Roberts@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Ted Zigmunt (D-2)

    (608) 266-9870

    Rep.Zigmunt@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Sandy Pasch (D-22)

    (608) 266-7671

    Rep.Pasch@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Karl Van Roy (R-90)

    (608) 266-0616

    Rep.VanRoy@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Mark Gundrum (R-84)

    (608) 267-5158

    Rep.Gundrum@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Steve Kestell (R-27)

    (608) 266-8530

    Rep.Kestell@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Daniel LeMahieu (R-59)

    (608) 266-9175

    Rep.LeMahieu@legis.wisconsin.gov



    State Representative Edward Brooks (R-50)

    (608) 266-8531

    Rep.Brooks@legis.wisconsin.gov

    Thursday, April 8, 11:00 am, State Capitol Room 411 South
    Hearing on SB 643

    Senate Committee on Judiciary, Corrections, Insurance, Campaign Finance Reform, and Housing



    State Senator Lena Taylor (D-4) Chair
    (608) 266-5810
    Sen.Taylor@legis.wisconsin.gov

    State Senator Jim Sullivan (D-5) Vice-Chair
    (608) 266-2512
    Sen.Sullivan@legis.wisconsin.gov

    State Senator Jon Erpenbach (D-27)
    (608) 266-6670
    Sen.Erpenbach@legis.wisconsin.gov

    State Senator Glenn Grothman (R-20)
    (608) 266-7513
    Sen.Grothman@legis.wisconsin.gov

    State Senator Randy Hopper (R-18)
    (608) 266-5300
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    Emails went out.
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    Thanks, i've been sending copys of these bill's to all the gun show promoters that i can find, in state of wisconsin..

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    The very idea of this bill is unsat. I have sent some emails out to the listed reps on this as well as my own. (my state sen and rep are both supportive of our 2A rights from what I have seen and heard from them)
    Former Corporal of Marines.

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    I love this part

    This bill prohibits a person from possessing a firearm also if he or she has been convicted of a “violent nonfelony offense” unless five years have passed since the conviction. A violent nonfelony offense includes misdemeanor battery, misdemeanor harassment, misdemeanor endangering safety by use of a dangerous weapon, and exposing genitals to a child; violations of a domestic abuse, child abuse, or harassment temporary restraining order or injunction; and misdemeanors for which the maximum term of imprisonment has been increased foruse of a dangerous weapon when committing the misdemeanor.

    When will they get it, BG buy guns from off the streets, so, this will not prevent the BG from getting guns.

    Unreal!!!!

    Got my emails sent.....

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    misdimeanor harrassment. what the hell is that, like flicking a booger on someone?

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    McX wrote:
    misdimeanor harrassment. what the hell is that, like flicking a booger on someone?




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    Why do you say this bill has nra sponsorship? The post you had urges us to call our reps. and oppose this bill. I recieved this same e-mail. Theirs nothing in it that suggests the nra is ok with this.
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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    Here's the story of another bill with NRA sponsorship.
    What hope have we if the 'amish', even, can no longer read their Bible or write an intelligible sermon.

    I am the one that mentioned sponsorship but I am not urging anything. Whom are you addressing?



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    Have you ever heard of a group called, American Hunters and Shooters Association??

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    Sent E-Mails to all listed. Here's the first response:

    Rep. LeMahieu will not support this legislation by Rep. Staskunas &
    Senator Coggs. We are tired of the liberals trying to stomp on not only
    our second amendment rights, but the Constitution as a whole. Rep.
    LeMahieu is very opposed to this gun control legislation.



    Thank you once again for contacting our office.



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    Well Master Doug,it seems clear you have no intelligent information to offer here.
    "To sin by silence, when we should protest makes cowards out of men."
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    We must contact our lawmakers today, tomorrow and the next day to remind them of Constitutional Carry.
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    Rep. Staskunasand Senator Coggs and any other of these clowns NEED to be voted out.

    liberals suck when they attempt to trample the Constituional rights of the free society



    when up for re-election work for the better cantidate and get these libbies out of Wisconsin move them to Californication



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    RE: AB914/SB643



    Thank you for your email about these two bills. I appreciate the time you took to contact me with your thoughts.



    This bill increases the offenses where someone cannot purchase a weapon to non felony violent offenses. I am a strong believer in the people's 2nd amendment right and this bill would take those rights away from people where a right arms had nothing to do with the offense. I do not support this bill.



    Again, thank you for your email. If you have any questions about this issue or any other please do not hesitate to contact my office.



    Sincerely,



    Keith Ripp

    Wisconsin State Representative

    47th Assembly District

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    BerettaFS92Custom wrote:
    This bill increases the offenses where someone cannot purchase a weapon to non felony violent offenses. I am a strong believer in the people's 2nd amendment right and this bill would take those rights away from people where a right arms had nothing to do with the offense. I do not support this bill.
    That string of almost sentences should alone disqualify the author from public office. It should lose its HS diploma.

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    Master Doug Huffman wrote:
    BerettaFS92Custom wrote:
    This bill increases the offenses where someone cannot purchase a weapon to non felony violent offenses. I am a strong believer in the people's 2nd amendment right and this bill would take those rights away from people where a right arms had nothing to do with the offense. I do not support this bill.
    That string of almost sentences should alone disqualify the author from public office. It should lose its HS diploma.
    well doug we can not all be as articulate as you. but the bottom line is that Represenative Ripp is in our corner. i give a rats butt how the verbage comes across but then you are quite the anal one

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    well i'll be damned, reprsentatives with spines, i wasn't ready for that.

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    range rat wrote:
    Have you ever heard of a group called, American Hunters and Shooters Association??
    Yeah. Kinda like the Holy Roman Empire. 3 lies for the price of one.
    - What da hay?

    Keep Calm and Carry On

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    McX wrote:
    well i'll be damned, reprsentatives with spines, i wasn't ready for that.
    Yeah, nor was I. Unequivocal answers from elected officials make me blink. I guess they only get truly slimy at the national level. I'm glad that honesty and forthrightness at the local level still exist. Now if only they'd be more strident on 10th Amendment supremacy issues more often... :?

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    what was the final word on this?

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    apierce918 wrote:
    what was the final word on this?
    Public Hearing Held 4 7 and 4 8

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    BerettaFS92Custom wrote:
    apierce918 wrote:
    what was the final word on this?
    Public Hearing Held 4 7 and 4 8
    http://opencarry.mywowbb.com/forum57/41883.html
    When in danger you can dial 911 and hope for the police to arrive a few minutes later armed with guns.
    Why do police carry guns?

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