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Oklahoma Emergency Powers Legislation to be Heard in Committee!

Friday, February 17, 2006

 

Please Contact Members Today!

 

In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, government officials in Louisiana confiscated legal, privately-owned firearms from law-abiding citizens.  This left citizens defenseless against armed looters and other criminals. 

 

We need your help to make sure this never happens in Oklahoma!

 

On Monday, February 20, the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee will hear House Bill 2696, sponsored by Representative Trebor Worthen (R-87).  HB 2696, will eliminate any threat of restrictions being imposed on lawful uses of firearms or ammunition during a state of emergency.  Please contact members of the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee and respectfully ask him or her to support HB 2696. 

All members of the Oklahoma House can be reached (800) 522.8502 

Members of the House Public Safety and Homeland Security Committee are as follows:

 

Representative John Nance (R-90), Chairman

E-mail:  johnnance@okhouse.gov

Representative Lucky Lamons (D-66), Vice-Chair

E-mail:  luckylamons@okhouse.gov

Representative Thad Balkman (R-45)

E-mail:  mailto:balkman@okhouse.gov

 

Representative Pam Peterson (R-67)

E-mail:  pampeterson@okhouse.gov

Representative Gary Banz (R-101)

E-mail:  garybanz@okhouse.gov

 

Representative Paul Roan (D-20)

E-mail:  paulroan@okhouse.gov

Representative Neil Brannon (D-03)

E-mail:  neilbrannon@okhouse.gov

 

Representative Glen Bud Smithson (D-02)

E-mail:  glensmithson@okhouse.gov


Representative Ann Coody (R-64)

E-mail:  anncoody@okhouse.gov

 

Representative Daniel Sullivan (R-71)

E-mail:  danielsullivan@okhouse.gov


Representative Jeannie McDaniel (D-78)

E-mail:  jeanniemcdaniel@okhouse.gov

 

 

To find further contact information please use the

"Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.

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