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Posted on April 3, 2013
Please attend these critical public hearings and express your opposition to this misguided legislation!
During the week of April 8, the Joint Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee will hold public hearings every day in Augusta to consider numerous restrictive anti-gun measures. The plethora of gun control legislation that will be heard will penalize responsible gun owners in the Pine Tree State, and fail to address the criminal access to or misuse of firearms.
Click here to see a complete list of bills that will be heard next week. The schedule below highlights the most onerous anti-gun proposals that will be considered next week. All public hearings will take place in Room 436 of the State House in Augusta.
Monday, April 8 at 10:00 a.m.
Tuesday, April 9 at 1:00 p.m.
Wednesday, April 10 at 1:00 p.m.
Friday, April 12 at 10:00 a.m.
If you are unable to attend these public hearings and speak in opposition to these anti-gun measures, using the contact information provided below, please contact members of the Joint Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee and urge them to oppose any legislation that would impede your Right to Keep and Bear Arms.
Senator Stan Gerzofsky (D-Cumberland), Chairman
Senator David E. Dutremble (D-York)
Senator Gary E. Plummer (R-Cumberland)
Representative Mark N. Dion (D-Portland), Chairman
Representative Michel A. Lajoie (D-Lewiston)
Representative Bryan T. Kaenrath (D-South Portland)
Representative Alan M. Casavant (D-Biddeford)
Representative Timothy I. Marks (D-Pittston)
Representative Joshua R. Plante (D-Berwick)
Representative Ricky D. Long (R-Sherman)
Representative Thomas M. Tyler (R-Windham)
Representative Jethro D. Pease (R-Morrill)
Representative Corey S. Wilson (R-Augusta)
Workplace Protection, magazine ban
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