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Arizona SB 1363 Update

Friday, April 15, 2005

SB 1363 passed the House by a vote of 36-22.  This legislation would make Arizona one of more than 30 states that allow law-abiding citizens to carry self-defense firearms in restaurants and other establishments that serve alcohol.  In addition to providing for self-defense, this legislation will prevent firearms from being stolen from vehicles where they must currently be stored when gun owners dine in restaurants that serve alcohol.  The bill now moves to the Senate for final approval.  Please contact your State Senator at 800-352-8404 and respectfully request that he or she support SB 1363.


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