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Your Right to Self-Defense is Being Threatened in Kentucky!

Friday, March 28, 2008

Make Your Voice Heard Today!

This is your last chance this session to help reform Kentucky's self-defense laws.  The Senate Leadership and the Senate Judiciary Committee will have the opportunity to attach an NRA-backed amendment clarifying your right to keep a firearm in a locked vehicle on University property, when they meet on Monday, March 31. 

House Bill 645, sponsored by State Representative Bob Damron (D-39) with attached NRA-backed amendment drafted by State Senator Robert Stivers (R-25) needs to be voted on by the Senate early next week in order for consideration in the House during the final days of session. 

Make sure that your voice is heard on this important self-defense measure!  Please contact the Senate Leadership and Senate Judiciary Committee today! 

Senate Leadership:

Senator David L. Williams (R-16) - Senate President
(502) 564-3120

Senator Katie Kratz Stine (R-24) - President Pro Tempore
(502) 564-3120

Senator Dan Kelly (R-14) - Majority Floor Leader
(502) 564-2450

Senator Dan Seum (R-38) - Majority Caucus Chairman
(502) 564-2450
Dan.Seum@lrc.ky.gov

Senator Carroll Gibson (R-5) - Majority Whip
(502) 564-2450

Senator Ed Worley (D-34) - Minority Floor Leader
(502) 564-2470

Senator Johnny Ray Turner (D-29) - Minority Caucus Chairman
(502) 564-6136

Senator Joey Pendleton (D-3) - Minority Whip
(502) 564-2470

Senate Judiciary Committee: 

Senator Robert Stivers (R-25) – Chair
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 623
Robert.Stivers@lrc.ky.gov

Senator Katie Stine (R-24) – Vice Chair
(502) 564-3120

Senator Perry B. Clark (D-37)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 715

Senator Carroll Gibson (R-5)
(502) 564-2450

Senator Ray S. Jones (D-31)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 681

Senator Gerald A. Neal (D-33)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 718

Senator Jerry P. Rhoads (D-6)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 622

Senator Dick Roeding (R-11)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 617

Senator Dan Seum (R-38)
(502) 564-2450
Dan.Seum@lrc.ky.gov

Senator Jack Westwood (R-23)
(502) 564-8100 Ext. 615
Jack.Westwood@lrc.ky.gov

Senator David L. Williams (R-16)
(502) 564-3120

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