A collection of relevant and timely media clips and resources.
Posted on March 4, 2013
The following pro-gun bills have passed in their legislative chamber of origin and will be heard in their respective committees this week. Please contact these committees in support of these bills and attend their committee hearings if possible.
House Bill 27, introduced by state Representative Ted Washburn (R-69), would authorize the use of suppressors while hunting wolves after the general deer and elk season. HB 27 will be heard by the Senate Fish and Game Committee tomorrow, March 5, at 3:00 p.m. This hearing will take place in room 422 of the state Capitol. Please contact members of the Senate Fish and Game Committee and express your support for HB 27. You can contact this entire committee at once, by clicking here and selecting “Senate Fish and Game” from the committee drop down list.
House Bills 205 and 302, introduced by state Representative Krayton Kerns (R-58), are scheduled to be heard by the Senate Judiciary Committee this Wednesday, March 6, at 9:00 a.m. in room 303 of the state Capitol. Please contact this entire committee at once in support of HB 205 and HB 302, by clicking here and selecting “Senate Judiciary” from the committee drop down list.
House Bill 205 would legalize the use of suppressors for all hunting. For more information on firearms and suppressors, click here.
House Bill 302 would prevent state enforcement of any federal ban on semi-automatic firearms and/or “large capacity” magazines. Under this bill, no state law enforcement agent or state employee may enforce or assist in the enforcement of a federal ban on semi-automatic firearms or “large capacity” magazines. Nor shall any state funds or resources be spent in an enforcement effort. For more information on “assault weapons” and “large capacity” magazines, click here.
Senate Bill 145, introduced by state Senator Frederick Moore (R-20), is an important concealed weapon permit confidentiality bill. SB 145 will be heard by the House Judiciary Committee this Thursday, March 7, at 8:00 a.m., in hearing room 137 of the state Capitol. Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee and express your support for SB 145. You can contact this entire committee at once, by clicking here and selecting “House Judiciary” from the committee drop down list.
Semi-Automatic Firearms and the "Assault Weapon" Issue, Suppressors Hunting, magazine capacity limits
Senate Bill 197, sponsored by state Senator Scott Boulanger (R-44), would establish an apprentice hunting certificate program that allows individuals of any age to learn the art of hunting while under the supervision of a mentor before completing a hunter education course. SB 197 is scheduled for its first hearing today in the Senate Fish and Game Committee at 3:00 p.m. in hearing room 303 in the Capitol. While no action will be taken today, it is still imperative that you contact members of the Senate Fish and Game Committee today and urge them to support and promote our hunting heritage by voting for SB 197.FULL STORY
House Bill 240 and House Bill 358 passed in the House Judiciary Committee and are on the second reading calendar in the Montana House of Representatives TODAY.FULL STORY
Next week, several pro-gun measures will be heard in committee. It is critical that you contact your state Representative TODAY and, using the information provided below, urge him or her to support and vote for those bills listed below.FULL STORY
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