HB 49 Firearm Possession Protection Bill Now Goes to House Floor

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Today, House Bill 49 passed in the state House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee by a vote of 10 to 3. Sponsored by state Representative Paul Ray (R-13), HB 49 would provide that, in the absence of threatening behavior, the otherwise lawful possession of a firearm, whether visible or concealed, does not constitute a violation of Disorderly Conduct.…

I just sent this letter to the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee asking for their support of HB49

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I just wrote the following letter to the members of the House Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice Committee. Please feel free to use it, or any part of it you’d like when contacting our Legislators. If you wish to voice your opinion, please do so quicky. It’s expected that this bill will be heard today,…