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Self-Defense Bill Stalled in the Bluegrass State!

Friday, February 8, 2008

House Bill 114, sponsored by State Representative Robert Damron (D-39), is currently stuck in the House Judiciary Committee, even though 63 legislators have signed on as co-sponsors. 

HB114 requires that universities, colleges, and postsecondary institutions comply with current law allowing law-abiding citizens to keep firearms in their locked vehicles on university property.  Don’t allow anti-gun legislators to dictate your Second Amendment rights.  It is important that the House Leadership hear from you.

Please call the sponsor and co-sponsors of HB114 and thank them for supporting our Second Amendment rights.

Please contact the Leadership of the Kentucky House of Representatives and respectfully ask them to support this important piece of self-defense legislation by scheduling it for a vote in the House Judiciary Committee.  


House of Representatives Leadership

State Representative Jody Richards (D-20)

House Speaker

Jody.Richards@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-2363

 

State Representative Larry Clark (D-46)

Speaker Pro Tempore

Larry.Clark@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-7520

 

State Representative Rocky Adkins (D-99)

Majority Floor Leader

(502) 564-5565

 

State Representative Jeffrey Hoover (R-83)

Minority Floor Leader

Jeff.Hoover@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-0521

 

State Representative Charlie Hoffman (D-62)

Majority Caucus Chairman

Charlie.Hoffman@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-2217

 

State Representative Bob DeWeese (R-48)

Minority Caucus Chairman

Bob.DeWeese@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-2995

 

State Representative Rob Wilkey (D-22)

Majority Whip

Rob.Wilkey@lrc.ky.gov

(502) 564-7756

 

State Representative Stan Lee (R-45)

Minority Whip

(502) 564-4334

 

Also, please continue to contact members of the House Judiciary Committee Leadership.

 

House Judiciary Committee Leadership

State Representative Kathy W. Stein (Chair), (D-75)

(502) 564-8100 Ext. 675

Kathy.Stein@lrc.ky.gov

 

State Representative Darryl T. Owens (Vice Chair), (D-43)

(502) 564-8100 Ext. 685

 

State Representative John Vincent (Vice Chair), (R-100)

(502) 564-8100 Ext. 703

John.Vincent@lrc.ky.gov 

 

State Representative Bob Wilkey (Vice Chair), (D-22)

(502) 564-7756

Rob.Wilkey@lrc.ky.gov

 

State Representative Brent Yonts (Vice Chair), (D-15)

(502) 564-8100 Ext. 686

Brent.Yonts@lrc.ky.gov

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