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Indiana’s Parking Lot Bill Facing Committee Deadline!

Friday, March 27, 2009

Please Contact the House Democratic Leadership Today!

Senate Bill 11, Indiana’s “Parking Lot” bill, faces a committee deadline in two weeks. If there is no hearing in the House Committee on Courts and Criminal Code, the “Parking Lot” bill cannot get a full House vote.

Authored by State Senator and NRA Board Member Johnny Nugent (R-43), SB 11 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 already passed the Senate by an overwhelming, bi-partisan majority of 42 to 8 and NRA looks forward to a vote in the House. But first the House Democrat Leadership needs to hear from you!

Please contact the House Democrat Leadership and respectfully indicate your desire to have a committee hearing and vote on SB 11.

Call toll-free (from anywhere within Indiana):
1-800-382-9842
or directly at (317)232-9600

State Representative Pat Bauer
District 6 / South Bend
Speaker of the House
h6@in.gov

State Representative Russ Stilwell
District 74 / Boonville
Democratic Floor Leader
h74@in.gov

State Representative F. Dale Grubb
District 42 / Covington
Democratic Caucus Chair
h42@in.gov

State Representative Chet Dobis
District 13 / Merrillville
Speaker Pro Tempore
h13@in.gov

State Representative Earl Harris
District 2 / East Chicago
Deputy Speaker Pro Tempore
h2@in.gov

State Representative Bob Bischoff
District 68 / Greendale
Speaker Pro Tempore Emeritus
H68@in.gov

State Representative Paul Robertson
District 70 / Depauw
Democratic Whip
h70@in.gov

State Representative Sheila Klinker
District 27 / Lafayette
Asst. Democratic Leader
h27@in.gov

State Representative Dan Stevenson
District 11 / Highland
Asst. Democratic Caucus Chair
h11@in.gov

State Representative Nancy Dembowski
District 17 / Knox
Asst. Democratic Caucus Chair
h17@in.gov

State Representative Dave Cheatham
District 69 / North Vernon
Asst. Democratic Whip
h69@in.gov

State Representative Nancy Michael
District 44 / Greencastle
Asst. Democratic Whip
h44@in.gov

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