H. 3110, NRA-backed legislation that seeks to expand the list of states that recognize a South Carolina Right-to-Carry permit, and vice versa, is on the House Judiciary Committee agenda for February 22. Originally introduced as a straight recognition bill, H. 3110 has been amended to allow for reciprocity agreements where other states require them. Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee and urge them to support this critical reform. Politely remind them that the right to self- defense does not end at the South Carolina state line,and that this bill has wide, bipartisan support, with 51 cosponsors.
You can find a listing of committee members, as well as contact information, by going to www.scstatehouse.net/html-pages/housecommlst.html#jud. Some committee members are already supporting H. 3110 as a cosponsor, so please remember to thank those that are, and urge them to encourage their colleagues to do likewise. For a complete listing of the cosponsors of H. 3110, you can go to the South Carolina Legislature website atwww.scstatehouse.net/index.html, and use the search tool there.