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Friday, March 16, 2007

 

Senate Joint Resolution 7 (SJR 7), an NRA-backed Constitutional Amendment sponsored by State Senator Steve Faris (D-27) that would recognize hunting and fishing as constitutional rights, passed the Senate Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs.

 

Please continue contacting members of the House Committee on State Agencies and Governmental Affairs, and urge them to cosponsor Senate Joint Resolution 7 (SJR 7), introduced by State Senator Steve Faris (D-27). 

 

For additional details on this proposed Constitutional Amendment that would recognize hunting and fishing as constitutional rights, please click here.  Membership  of the committee is as follows:

 

Chairman Jeff Wood (D-43)                          

501-834-4028; [email protected]

 

Representative Rick Saunders (D-24)            

501-760-7771; [email protected]

 

Representative David Evans (D-50)                        

501-268-6363; [email protected]

 

Representative Robert Jeffrey (D-7)              

870-837-2446; [email protected]

 

Representative Horace Hardwick (D-99)      

479-271-0656; [email protected]

 

Representative Denny Sumpter (D-53)            

870-732-5938; [email protected]

 

Representative Daryl Pace (R-100)                

479-524-5549; [email protected]

 

Representative Mark Pate (D-49)                  

501-268-6900

 

Representative Marilyn Edwards (D-88)      

479-521-1973;            [email protected]ar.us

 

Representative Rick Green (R-66)                  

479-471-9911; [email protected]

 

Representative Pam Adcock (D-35)                        

501-568-3398; [email protected]

 

Representative Steve Harrelson (D-1)        

870-772-0300; [email protected]

 

Representative Earnest Brown (D-16)            

870-534-6332; [email protected]

 

Representative Eddie Cheatham (D-9)        

870-364-5659; [email protected]

 

Representative Lance Reynolds (D-59)      

501-589-3000; [email protected]

 

Representative Buddy Lovell (D-56)                        

870-358-4104; [email protected]

 

Representative Clark Hall (D-13)                  

870-829-3382; [email protected]

 

Representative Charolette Wagner (D-77)            

870-561-4600; [email protected]

 

Representative Dan Greenberg (R-31)

501-821-4808; [email protected]

 

Representative Eric Harris (R-94)                  

479-750-0034; [email protected] 

 

Again, please contact the members of the Committee and respectfully urge them to co-sponsor SJR 7.

 

Arkansas State Representatives can be contacted at (501) 682-6211.

 

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