Please Contact Your State Representative Today!
Two important Right-to-Carry reform bills will be heard before the House Judiciary Committee on Wednesday, April 25.
House Bill 132, sponsored by Representative Mike Bell (R-23), would allow a person with a handgun carry permit to possess a firearm in all public hunting areas, refuges, wildlife management areas, and national forests managed by the state; and
House Bill 2184, sponsored by Representative Frank Niceley (R-17), would allow any resident, who has a valid handgun carry permit, to possess his or her handgun while within the boundaries of any state park.
Please call the House Judiciary Committee today at (615) 741-1351 or 1-800-449-8366 and urge them to support and vote “YES” to HB 132 and HB 2184.
House Judiciary Committee Members:
Representative Rob Briley (D-52), Chair: (615) 741-2184; firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Kent Colman (D-49), Vice-Chair: (615) 741-6829; email@example.com
Representative Janis Sontany (D-53), (615) 741-6861; firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Eddie Bass (D-65), (615) 741-1864; email@example.com
Representative Frank Buck (D-40), (615) 741-3817; firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Tom DuBois (R-64), (615) 741-7444; email@example.com
Representative Henry Fincher (D-42), (615) 741-1875; firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Jon Lundberg (R-1), (615) 741-7623; email@example.com
Representative Judd Matheny (R-47), (615) 741-7448; firstname.lastname@example.org
Representative Eric Watson (R-22), (615) 741-7799; email@example.com
Also, House Bill 1285, the “Emergency Powers” legislation could be heard before the full House any day.
HB 1285, sponsored by Representative Dolores Gresham (R-94), would protect our Second Amendment rights during a state of emergency by prohibiting any government agency from regulating the lawful sale, possession, transfer, transport and carry of firearms.
Please call your State Representative at 1-800-449-8366 and urge him or her to support and vote “YES” to HB 1285.
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