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NRA-ILA Launches New Website<BR>To Defeat Proposition H-- San Francisco Gun Ban

Monday, September 5, 2005

As you've been reading in the Grassroots Alert for months, on November 8, San Francisco voters will go to the polls to vote on Proposition H--a citywide gun ban.

To educate and mobilize Bay Area pro-gun supporters, NRA-ILA has unveiled a new website dedicated exclusively to exposing the truth about Proposition H.  The website-- www.StopSanFranban.com --is designed to provide you with one-stop-shopping for the information and tools you will need to ensure Proposition H is defeated on November 8.

Among the many features at www.StopSanFranban.com are: information on the proposed ban; tips for identifying and writing letters to the editor to area newspapers; information on the benefits of firearm ownership for self-defense and the ineffectiveness of gun bans in reducing crime; voter registration links; e-mail sign-ups; and more.

If Proposition H passes on November 8, it will become the most restrictive gun control law in the nation; even more restrictive than the egregious Washington, D.C., gun ban that NRA-ILA is currently working to overturn in Congress!  The only thing standing in the way of Proposition H passing is you!

The first thing San Francisco residents must do to ensure Proposition H is defeated is register to vote.  If you are not currently registered, you can get more information by choosing the "Voter Center" link at www.StopSanFranban.com.  Then, be sure to forward this link to your family, friends, and fellow firearm owners, both inside and outside of San Francisco, to ensure the collective voices of America's gun owners are heard loudly and clearly in the months leading up to, and especially on, November 8!  Those of you who don't live directly in San Francisco, but reside nearby, should visit www.StopSanFranban.com frequently for updates on what you can do locally to ensure this deplorable proposition is defeated.

Please visit www.StopSanFranban.com today to help us prevent San Francisco from becoming the next Washington, D.C.!

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