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Mississippi Shooting Range Protection Bills Move Forward!

Friday, February 8, 2008

Please Contact the House Judiciary B Committee and
the Senate Committee on Municipalities!

This past week, the House Committee on Wildlife, Fisheries & Parks reported out House Bill 346 by State Representative Warner McBride (D-10), NRA-backed legislation protecting Mississippi's shooting ranges from local noise and zoning ordinances aimed at shutting them down.  The bill now moves to the Judiciary B Committee for consideration.  

The Senate companion bill
Senate Bill 2466, introduced by State Senator Walter Michel (R-Jackson), may be considered by the Senate Committee on Municipalities as early as next week.  

Please contact the members of both Committees and urge them to support both HB346 and SB2466.

House Judiciary B Committee:

State Representative Willie Bailey (D-49), Chairman
State Representative Bob Evans (D-91), Vice-Chairman 
State Representative Noal Akins (R-12) 
State Representative Sidney Bondurant (D-24) 
State Representative Cecil Brown (D-66)
State Representative Clara Burnett (D-9) 
State Representative Kimberly L. Campbell (D-72) 
State Representative Alyce G. Clarke (D-69)
State Representative Mark DuVall (D-19) 
State Representative Jim Ellington (R-73) 
State Representative Harvey Fillingane (R-101)
State Representative Frances Fredericks (D-119) 
State Representative Joe C. Gardner (D-11) 
State Representative Brandon Jones (D-111) 
State Representative Sherra Hillman Lane (D-86) 
State Representative W. T. Mayhall, Jr. (R-40) 
State Representative John Mayo (D-25) 
State Representative Warner F. McBride (D-10) 
State Representative Sam C. Mims, V. (R-97) 
State Representative Alex Monsour (D-54) 
State Representative John L. Moore (R-60) 
State Representative Willie J. Perkins, Sr. (D-32) 
State Representative Ferr Smith (D-27) 
State Representative Jeffrey C. Smith (D-39) 
State Representative Adrienne Wooten (D-71)

Senate Committee on Municipalities:

State Senator J.P. Wilemon Jr (D-5), Chairman 
State Senator Bill Stone (D-2), Vice-Chairman 
State Senator Kelvin Butler (D-38) 
State Senator Lydia Graves Chassaniol (R-14) 
State Senator Merle Flowers (R-19) 
State Senator Hillman Terome Frazier (D-27) 
State Senator Billy Hewes III (R-49) 
State Senator David Jordan (D-24) 
State Senator Tom King (R-44)
State Senator Perry Lee (R-35) 
State Senator Walter Michel (R-25)

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