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Indiana: Please Voice Your Support of SB11!

Friday, March 6, 2009

Senate Bill 11, authored by State Senator and NRA Board Member Johnny Nugent, would protect the rights of lawful gun owners in Indiana to store their locked firearms in their cars while using publicly accessible parking lots. 

SB 11 passed the Senate by an overwhelming, bi-partisan majority of 42-8. However, Indiana’s “Parking Lot” bill is stuck in the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code. Before the parking lot bill can be voted on by the House, it must be scheduled for a committee hearing.  There are anti-gun committee members who do not want to have the bill considered. 

Please contact the Courts and Criminal Code Committee Chairman, State Representative Matt Pierce, and respectfully indicate your desire to bring SB 11 for a committee hearing.  Senator Johnny Nugent and SB 11, Indiana's “Parking Lot” bill, are depending on you!  Contact information can be found below.

State Representative Matt Pierce (D-61) Chairman,
Email:
h61@in.gov

State Representative Nancy Dembowski (D-17) Vice Chair
Email:
h17@in.gov

State Representative Ryan Dvorak (D-8)
Email:
h8@in.gov

State Representative Linda Lawson (D-1)
Email:
h1@in.gov

State Representative Gregory Porter (D-96)
Email:
h96@in.gov

State Representative Vernon Smith (D-14)
Email:
h14@in.gov

State Representative Vern Tincher  (D-46)
Email:
h46@in.gov

State Representative Eric Koch (R-65)
Email:
h65@in.gov

State Representative Jacque Clements (D-38)
Email:
h38@in.gov

State Representative Ralph Foley (R-47)
Email:
h47@in.gov

State Representative Gregory Steuerwald (R-40)
Email:
h40@in.gov

State Representative Randy Truitt (R-26)
Email:
h26@in.gov


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