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Arizona: Critical Right-to-Carry Reform Measures Head to Senate Committee!

Thursday, April 24, 2008

Please Contact the Committee Members Today! 

Two critical right-to-carry reform measures are awaiting hearings in the Senate Rules Committee.  House Bill 2389, introduced by State Representative John Kavanagh (R-8), clarifies where an individual may carry a firearm visibly or concealed in a mode of transportation other than public transit. Also, House Bill 2634, sponsored by State Representative Rick Murphy (R-9), would allow for a person whose civil rights have been restored to obtain a permit to carry a concealed firearm with certain restrictions.  

Once the bills are passed out of the Senate Rules Committee, they will be debated on the Senate floor.  Please contact the members of the Senate Rules Committee today and urge them to support these critical measures! 

Phone calls can be directed to the Senate Information Desk at (602) 926-3559 or to the members' offices below: 

Members of the Senate Rules Committee: 

State Senator Jay Tibshraeny, Chair 
jtibshraeny@azleg.gov   
(602) 926-4481

State Senator Tim Bee (R-30)                   
tbee@azleg.gov
(602) 926-5683

State Senator Robert Burns (R-9)
rburns@azleg.gov                   
(602) 926-5993

State Senator Jorge Luis Garcia (D-27)
jgarcia@azleg.gov   
(602) 926-4171

State Senator Albert Hale (D-2)
ahale@azleg.gov        
(602) 926-4323

State Senator Debbie McCune Davis (D-14)
ddavis@azleg.gov     
(602) 926-4485

State Senator Thayer Verschoor (R-22)    
tverschoor@azleg.gov                
(602) 926-4136

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