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Posted on March 8, 2013
On Wednesday, March 6, state representatives Debra Hilstrom (DFL-40B), Tony Cornish (R-23B) and 78 bipartisan cosponsors introduced HF 1325. In conjunction with HF 1323 and HF 1324, these bills offer real solutions as an alternative to state Representative Michael Paymar’s (DFL-64B) HF 237 and Senator Ron Latz’s (DFL-46) soon to be introduced anti-gun omnibus bill. For more information on the Paymar gun control bill, please click here.
The NRA is working on introduction of a companion bill to HF 1325 in the Senate – please contact your state Senator TODAY and ask him or her to support the NRA’s alternative legislation and to oppose Senator Latz’s anti-gun omnibus bill.
Please also contact your state Representative TODAY and ask him or her to OPPOSE HF 237 and SUPPORT NRA-backed HF1325.
The following is a brief overview of the NRA-supported HF1325:
Strengthens Penalties on Felons and Repeat Criminal Offenders
Cracks Down on Straw Purchasers
Improves State and Federal Background Check System
Improves Reporting of Court-Determined Mental Health Disqualifications and Create a Rights Restoration Process
Contact your state legislators today!
gun control laws, straw purchasers, mental health, NICS, NIAA
Next week, the Senate Judiciary Committee will begin two days of hearings on dangerous anti-gun measures that would infringe upon our Right to Keep and Bear Arms. This committee will be considering Senate File 205, an omnibus anti-gun bill.FULL STORY
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