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Posted on September 20, 2012
The State Parks Division of the New Mexico Energy, Minerals and Natural Resources Department is currently accepting public input on proposed amendments to Section 184.108.40.206 of the New Mexico Administrative Code, including a removal of the current ban on concealed handgun licensees carrying handguns in state parks. As you recall, state Representative Zach Cook (R-Ruidoso) sponsored, and Governor Susana Martinez (R) supported, legislation during this year's thirty day budget session to overturn this restriction - but opponents of the measure successfully stalled and prevented its passage. (NRA-ILA previously reported on this legislation here.) Now is your chance to weigh in on this important policy change to win back your right to protect yourself in state parks!
A copy of the proposed amendments can be accessed here. Here is what you can do to re-establish your self-defense rights in these recreational areas and achieve this long-overdue rule revision:
Policymakers need to hear from you TODAY! Don't let this opportunity to directly and positively affect your rights as a law-abiding carry license holder in New Mexico slip by.
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