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    Action Alert! Pro-rights bills need push in House.

    Much to the delight of anti-rights legislators and criminal empowerment groups, nearly all the House sponsored pro-rights firearms bills have languished without committee assignments or hearings. Meanwhile similar bills have moved swiftly through the Senate and are now under the control of House Leadership.

    Your action is needed to ensure that the Senate bills are acted on.

    The following Senate Bills have been assigned to the House Judiciary Committee.

    SB 1201, the AzCDL-requested bill that says that if a state or local government building or event is going to post a "No Firearms" sign, then security measures must be in place to ensure that no one is capable of bringing in a firearm without detection.

    SB 1391, a bill that would authorize and direct the Governor to enter into interstate compacts with other states that have a “Firearms Freedom Act” like the one that was passed last year in Arizona.

    SB 1469, a bill that would strengthen current self-defense statutes by broadening the allowance for the use of force and provide greater protection for those forced to defend themselves from an attacker.

    The committee members need to hear from you, politely urging them to support these bills.

    Also in the House are the following pro-rights bills that the House Leadership has not yet assigned to a committee. Since House rules impose deadlines on committee hearings, we hope they are not trying to “run out the clock” by delaying assignments until the deadlines have passed.

    SB 1467, the AzCDL-requested Campus Carry bill.

    SB 1610, a bill that would establish the Colt Single Action Army Revolver as the state firearm.

    SCR 1020, a proposed Constitutional Amendment that would protect crime victims from law suits by those who harm them. Assuming it passes out of the legislature, SCR 1020 will be sent to the Secretary of State to be placed on the ballot.

    The House Leadership needs to hear from you, politely urging them to assign these bills to the appropriate committees right away.
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    Sent my wishes.

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    Regular Member azcdlfred's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sonora Rebel View Post
    Sent my wishes.
    And they worked.

    See the "news" from 3/22/11

    Fred

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    Cool

    Awesome!

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    I <3 az.
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    Quote Originally Posted by azcdlfred View Post
    SB 1610, a bill that would establish the Colt Single Action Army Revolver as the state firearm.
    I like. But I'd rather it be a C'nB style revolver . . . .

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    Did HB 2583 die?

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    Quote Originally Posted by sharkey View Post
    Did HB 2583 die?
    Looks dead.

    Made it through the "MAPS" committee on 2/8, but never got any further. All deadlines have passed, so I'd call it dead.

    The Speaker of the House held back most of the House sponsored gun bills this session.

    Fred

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