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Posted on May 3, 2013
Please contact your state Senator TODAY and ask him or her to concur on Senate Bill 286
Yesterday, Senate Bill 286 passed in the Alabama House of Representatives by an overwhelming 74-27 vote. Sponsored by state Senators Scott Beason (R-17) and Roger Bedford (D-6) and state Representative Ed Henry (R-9), SB 286 will now return to the state Senate for a concurrence vote expected next Tuesday, May 7. Please contact your state Senator and urge him or her to vote to concur with the House amendments to this critical pro-gun reform. Click here for help identifying your state Senator and his or her contact information.
There has been some misinformation spread about SB 286. While not perfect, SB 286 is an important step in the right direction for the law-abiding gun owners of Alabama and residents of other states traveling to and through Alabama. SB 286 will continue to restore and protect the rights of responsible gun owners and sportsmen in Alabama by reforming the state gun laws in the following ways:
castle doctrine, Universal Recognition, Shall issue, Parking Lot/Employee Protection, Firearms Preemption
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