Make Your Voice Heard Today!
House Bill 2389, clarifies where an individual may carry a firearm visibly or concealed in a mode of transportation other than public transit.
House Bill 2634 would allow for a person whose civil rights have been restored to obtain a permit to carry a concealed firearm with certain restrictions.
Please contact the members of the Senate Rules Committee, listed below, today and respectfully urge them to support both HB2389 and HB2634!
Also, this week House Bill 2629, which clarifies how and when a firearm may be displayed for defensive purposes, passed out of the Committee of the Whole and will now likely be heard on Third Reading early next week in the full Senate.
Please contact your State Senator today and repecfully urge them to support this important right to self-defense measure. You can find your State Senator by clicking here.
Finally, earlier this week, Governor Janet Napolitano (D) vetoed House Bill 2630, which would have reduced the penalty for carrying a concealed handgun without a permit to a petty offense. We will continue to bring this bill forward until it passes.
Members of the Senate Rules Committee
State Senator Jay Tibshraeny, Chair
State Senator Tim Bee (R-30)
State Senator Robert Burns (R-9)
State Senator Jorge Luis Garcia (D-27)
State Senator Albert Hale (D-2)
State Senator Debbie McCune Davis (D-14)
State Senator Thayer Verschoor (R-22)