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Arizona’s State Representative Gorman working with NRA!

Friday, April 7, 2006

After working closely with National Rifle Association (NRA) leadership in Arizona, State Representative Pamela Gorman (R-6) has agreed to withdraw her amendment regarding state operated shooting ranges from SB 1291. 


Representative Gorman, who is an avid shooter and has always been a strong supporter of Second Amendment rights, withdrew her amendment when she was assured that your NRA would work with her to protect the future of the Ben Avery Shooting Facility (BASF) and future Arizona ranges.


NRA realizes we have a strong ally in Representative Gorman, who is willing to work to protect Arizona ranges and your Second Amendment rights.


Please take a moment to send Representative Gorman a note thanking her for working with the NRA to resolve this issue and encourage her to continue to work with us to protect Arizona's gun owners and sportsmen.


State Representative Gorman's email address is pgorman@azleg.gov.

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