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South Carolina: Pro-Gun Bills Need Your Help!

Friday, February 8, 2008

Besides S714, there are some positive bills pending action in the South Carolina General Assembly. 

H 3528 would restrict personal information regarding the holder of a concealable weapons permit (CWP) to be released only to a law enforcement agency to aid in an official investigation, or to comply with a subpoena or court order.  This will help protect the privacy of CWP holders, and prevent, for example, newspapers from publishing a list of permit holders.  This legislation is pending action in the Senate Judiciary Committee. 

Please contact members of the Senate Judiciary Committee and urge them to support H 3528.

Senator Glenn McConnell

(803) 212-6610

E-Mail Address: SJU@scsenate.org

 

Senator Darrell Jackson

(803) 212-6048

E-Mail Address: DJ1@scsenate.org

 

Senator Dick Elliott

(803) 212-6116

E-Mail Address: DE@scsenate.org

 

Senator John D. Hawkins

(803) 212-6008

E-Mail Address: DH@scsenate.org

 

Senator Gerald Malloy

(803) 212-6148

E-Mail Address: MALLOYG@scsenate.org

 

Senator Raymond E. Cleary III

(803) 212-6100

E-Mail Address: CLEARYR@scsenate.org

 

Senator Kent M. Williams

(803) 212-6008

E-Mail Address: WILLIAMSK@scsenate.org

 

Senator Paul G. Campbell, Jr.

(803) 212-6016

E-Mail Address: PaulCampbell@scsenate.org

 

Senator Robert Ford

(803) 212-6124

E-Mail Address: RIF@scsenate.org

 

Senator Larry A. Martin

(803) 212-6340

E-Mail Address: SRU@scsenate.org

 

Senator C. Bradley Hutto

(803) 212-6140

E-Mail Address: CBH@scsenate.org

 

Senator James H. "Jim" Ritchie, Jr.

(803) 212-6032

E-Mail Address: JHR@scsenate.org

 

Senator Vincent A. Sheheen

(803) 212-6124

E-Mail Address: VS@scsenate.org

 

Senator Joel Lourie

(803) 212-6116

E-Mail Address: JBL@scsenate.org

 

Senator Lewis R. Vaughn

(803) 212-6100

E-Mail Address: LRV@scsenate.org

 

Senator A. Shane Massey

(803) 212-6000

E-Mail Address: shanemassey@scsenate.org

 

Senator Chauncey K. Gregory

(803) 212-6330

E-Mail Address: SFG@scsenate.org

 

Senator Luke A. Rankin

(803) 212-6132

E-Mail Address: LR@scsenate.org

 

Senator Ralph Anderson

(803) 212-6108

E-Mail Address: RA@scsenate.org

 

Senator John M. "Jake" Knotts, Jr.

(803) 212-6350

E-Mail Address: SIV@scsenate.org

 

Senator George E. "Chip" Campsen III

(803) 212-6016

E-Mail Address: CAMPSEN@scsenate.org

 

Senator Randy Scott

(803) 212-6024

E-Mail Address: SCOTTR@scsenate.org

 

Finally, H 3212 would require South Carolina to recognize valid Right-to-Carry permits issued by other states.  NRA has been working for several years to improve the current reciprocity standard for permits, which are rather restrictive, and this bill would establish a straight recognition standard.  H 3212 is currently on the Senate Calendar, and could be taken up by the full Senate in the near future.  Please contact your State Senator and urge him to support H 3212 as passed by the House, and to not support any amendments that would weaken this legislation. 

Contact information for you Senator can be found by clicking
here.

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