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Important Pro-Gun Bills Marching Through North Dakota Legislature!

Friday, January 26, 2007


The House Natural Resources Committee passed HB1149, authored by State Representative Donald Dietrich (R-42), by a vote of 12-2 on Tuesday night at Citizens Night at the Legislature.  The bill would lower the deer hunting age from 14 to 12, with no minimum age requirement for small game or turkey.  The bill now heads to the full House for a vote. 

“Castle Doctrine” legislation (HB 1319), sponsored by State Representative Todd Porter (R-34), will be heard in the House Judiciary Committee on Monday, January 29. 

Please call your State Representative at 888-635-3447 and ask him or her to support the Second Amendment by voting in favor of HB1149 and HB1319.

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