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Georgia State Senate Could Vote on Pro-Gun Bill Soon!

Friday, February 16, 2007

 

Your State Senator Needs To Hear From You Today!

 

The Georgia Senate Judiciary Committee passed pro-gun Senate Bill 43 by an overwhelming 8 to 2 vote.  This important legislation is now heading to the full Senate for a vote, which could occur any day.

SB 43 would prohibit employers from prohibiting employees from lawfully carrying and possessing firearms in locked motor vehicles.

 

This important legislation is facing strong opposition and the pro-gun community needs to contact their State Senators today and urge them to vote “YES” on SB 43!

 

The general phone number for the State Senate is (404) 656-5030. For help identifying your State Senator please use the following link, "Write Your Representative".

 

Also, please contact the following important State Officials and

urge them to support SB 43!

 

Lieutenant Governor Casey Cagle

240 State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334
Atlanta metro: (404) 818-6600
Statewide (Toll free): (866) 351-0001

Fax: (404) 656-6739

 

In the Senate:

Majority Leader, Tommie Williams (R-19)
236 State Capitol
Atlanta, GA 30334
(404) 656.0089
Fax: (404) 463.5220

Email: eric.johnson@senate.ga.gov

 

In the House of Representatives:

Speaker of the House, Glenn Richardson (R-19)

State Capitol

Atlanta, GA  30334

(404) 656-5020

Chief of Staff, Chris Cummiskey: chris.cummiskey@house.ga.gov

 

Speaker Pro Tem, Mark Burkhalter (R-50)

340 State Capitol

Atlanta, GA  30334

(404) 656-5072

Email: mark.burkhalter@house.ga.gov

 

House Majority Leader, Jerry Keen (R-179)

338 State Capitol

Atlanta, GA  30334

(404) 656-5052

 

Majority Whip, Barry Fleming (R-117)

415 State Capitol

Atlanta, GA  30334

(404) 656-5024

 

 

To find further contact information for your legislators,
please use the "Write Your Representative" feature found at www.NRAILA.org.

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