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Posted on March 14, 2014
On Tuesday, March 11, House Bill 875 was amended into House Bill 60 on the House floor. This critical legislation seeks to make many changes to benefit law-abiding gun owners, shooters and sportsmen alike. If enacted, HB 60 would make the following key improvements and changes:
HB 875, as originally passed in the House, was heard on Wednesday and Thursday, and passed in the Senate Judiciary Non-Civil Committee on Thursday. Unfortunately, a substitute was adopted in committee that significantly undermines the intent of HB 875 as passed in the House. Accordingly, your NRA is now tirelessly working to support the amended version of HB 60 and will continue to push this legislation in the Senate.
With the 2014 legislative session ending on Thursday, March 20, it is critical that you contact your state Senator and urge him or her to support HB 60 with the amended language from HB 875. Contact information for your state Senator can be found here.
concealed carry, Emergency Powers, Firearm Preemption
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