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Posted on March 25, 2011
Earlier today, House Bill 1958 passed in the Arkansas House by a 65 to 23 vote, with 11 not voting. Introduced by state Representative Bryan King (R-91), HB 1858 would repeal the prohibition on concealed handgun licensees carrying a concealed firearm into a church. This Right-to-Carry reform will now be sent to the state Senate for committee assignment.
House Bill 1958 and its companion bill, Senate Bill 856, introduced by state Senator Jason Rapert (R-18), need your immediate help. Time is rapidly running out for this legislative session, so it is important that you contact your state Senator TODAY and urge him or her to act quickly on HB 1958 and SB 856. Click here to locate your state Senator and their contact information.
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