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Bill to be Heard Soon to Abolish Waiting Period in South Dakota!

Friday, March 6, 2009

On Monday, March 9, the House Judiciary Committee will vote on Senate Bill 70 which has already passed in the Senate. 

Sponsored by State Senator Larry Rhoden (R-29), SB 70 will remove the mandatory post-purchase 48-hour waiting period that was previously in place for those who did not have a valid permit to carry a concealed handgun. 

Please contact the members of the House Judiciary Committee and respectfully urge them to support our Second Amendment rights and pass SB 70.  Contact info can be found below.

State Representative Joni Cutler (R-14), Chairman
Email Contact Representative Cutler

State Representative Roger Hunt (R-10), Vice Chair
Capitol 605-224-6877
Email Contact Representative Hunt

State Representative Richard Engels (D-9)
Capitol 605-212-1828
Email Contact Representative Richard Engels

State Representative Marc Feinstein (D-14)
Capitol 605-773-3851
Email Contact Representative Feinstein

State Representative Peggy Gibson (D-22)
Capitol 605-354-2220
Email Contact Representative Gibson

State Representative Brian Gosch (R-32)
Email Contact Representative Gosch

State Representative Noel Hamiel (R-20)
Email Contact Representative Hamiel

State Representative Charles Hoffman (R-23)
Email Contact Representative Hoffman

State Representative Kevin Killer (D-27)
Email Contact Representative Killer

State Representative David Lust (R-34)
Capitol 605-223-9045
Email Contact Representative Lust

State Representative Nick Moser (R-18)
Capitol 605-661-7374
Email Contact Representative Moser

State Representative Todd Schlekeway (R-11)
Email Contact Representative Schlekeway

State Representative Charles Turbiville (R-31)
Capitol 605-920-1657
Email Contact Representative Turbiville

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