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The Florida Senate Judiciary Committee Passes “Individual Personal Private Property Protection” legislation!

Tuesday, April 10, 2007

 

Senate Bill 2356, sponsored by Senator Durell Peaden (R-2), passed the Senate Judiciary Committee with a vote of 8 to 3!

SB 2356 would protect employees and customers from having their private vehicles searched and protects against punitive action by anti-gun business owners who would deny you your right to have a firearm in your car for personal protection and other lawful purposes. 

Your email and phone calls were vital to this overwhelming vote for our constitutional rights.

Please email members of the Senate Criminal Justice Committee and thank them for protecting your personal private property rights and your right to keep and bear arms by supporting SB 2356 sponsored by Senator Durell Peaden (R-2).  It is important for them to know we appreciate their support.

Below is a list of the email addresses of those you need to contact:
THANK YOU FOR SUPPORT OF SB-2356/Protect Firearms/private vehicles

(To send one email to all committee members at the same time, block or highlight the entire list and then copy and paste the block into the address section of the email.)

The following is a list of the Senators who voted YES on the bill.

Senate Judiciary Committee Bill Supporters:
baker.carey.web@flsenate.gov
portilla.alex.web@flsenate.gov
fasano.mike.web@flsenate.gov
gaetz.don.web@flsenate.gov
ring.jeremy.web@flsenate.gov
saunders.burt.web@flsenate.gov
villalobos.alex.web@flsenate.gov
webster.daniel.web@flsenate.gov

You may also make phone calls – call these numbers:
Senator Alex Villalobos, Chair  (R-38) (850) 487-5130
Senator Carey Baker (R-20) (850) 487-5014
Senator Alex Diaz de la Portilla  (R-36) (850) 487-5109
Senator Mike Fasano (R-11) (850) 487-5062
Senator Don Gaetz (R-4) (850) 487-5009
Senator Jeremy Ring (R-32) (850) 487-5094
Senator Burt Saunders (R-37) (850) 487-5124
Senator Dan Webster, Majority Leader (R-8) (850) 487-5047

Senators Ted Deutch (D-30), Arthenia Joyner. Vice-Chair (D-18) and Steve Geller (D-31) voted AGAINST the bill.

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