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Sacramento, California City Council Proposes Anti-Gun Ordinances!

Monday, May 21, 2007

Please Contact the Sacramento City Council Today!
 

Two ordinances taking aim at our Second Amendment rights are heading to the Sacramento City Council for its consideration and could be voted on any day.

 

The first would require that the purchaser of ammunition be subject to unnecessary forms, fingerprinting, and a background check for each and every retail purchase.

 

A second ordinance would dictate that a lost or stolen firearm must be reported to law enforcement within 48-hours of the discovery.  The gun-owner must report the make, model, and serial number of the firearm, as well as how the firearm was lost.  Failure to do so within the 48-hour timeframe would be grounds for prosecution.

 

Please contact Mayor Heather Fargo and the Sacramento City Council and respectfully urge them to oppose these unwarranted and unnecessary anti-gun measures.

 

Mayor Heather Fargo                             

916-808-5300                                                                   

hfargo@cityofsacramento.org                           

 

Ray Tretheway (District 1)            

916-808-7001

rtretheway@cityofsacramento.org

 

Sandy Sheedy (District 2)

916-808-7002

ssheedy@cityofsacramento.org

 

Steve Cohn (District 3)                          

916-808-7003

scohn@cityofsacramento.org                                               

                                                                  

Robert King Fong (District 4)                   

916-808-7004

rkfong@cityofsacramento.org

 

Lauren Hammond (District 5)

916-808-7005

lhammond@cityofsacramento.org

 

Kevin McCarty (District 6)             

916-808-7006         

KMcCarty@cityofsacramento.org                                                                                          

 

Robbie Waters (District 7)             

916-808-7007

rwaters@cityofsacramento.org

 

Bonnie Pannell (District 8)

916-808-7008

bpannell@cityofsacramento.org

 

 

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