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Alabama: House Passes “Workplace Protection” While Senate Comes Up Short

Thursday, June 11, 2009

Please Thank Those Representatives Who Supported This Legislation!

Now that the Alabama legislative session has come to an end, please take the time to thank your State Representative for their support on House Bill 362, Alabama’s “Workplace Protection” bill.  HB 362, sponsored by State Representative Craig Ford (D-28), would have protected your right to lawfully transport and store firearms in a privately-owned and locked motor vehicle while parked in publicly accessible parking lots controlled by your employer or a business you frequent.  While your contacts and phone calls to your Representatives helped ensure the bill’s passage in the House without the railroad exemption, the Senate failed to give its final approval.

We will continue to work with legislators next session in an effort to pass this necessary self-defense reform.  With your continued help, we will ensure that the Second Amendment rights of Alabama gun-owners are protected and that your ability to transport and store a firearm in your vehicle is not restricted.

Please thank the following Representatives:

State Representative Gerald Allen (R-62)
(205) 556-5310

State Representative Alan Baker (R-66)
(251) 867-6514

State Representative Mike Ball (R-10)
(256) 772-8730

State Representative Jim Barton (R-104)
(251) 208-5480

State Representative Billy Beasley (D-84)
(334) 775-3291

State Representative Warren Beck (R-87)
(334) 684-3011

State Representative Dr. Robert Bentley (R-63)
(205) 349-3675

State Representative Marcel Black (D-3)
(256) 383-2435

State Representative Alan Boothe (D-89)
(334) 670-3897

State Representative Duwayne Bridges (R-38)
(334) 756-9553

State Representative Greg Canfield (R-48)
(205) 325-5308 and (205) 620-6610

State Representative Steve Clouse (R-93)
(334) 774-7384

State Representative Mike Curtis (D-2)
(256) 767-5707

State Representative Randy Davis (R-96)
(251) 990-4615

State Representative Paul DeMarco (R-46)
(334) 242-7740

State Representative Owen Drake (R-45)
(251) 990-4615

State Representative Joe Faust (R-94)
(251) 990-4615

State Representative James Fields, Jr. (D-12)
(256)287-0007

State Representative Chad Fincher (R-102)
(251) 649-2372

State Representative Lea Fite (D-40)
(256) 886-1271

State Representative Craig Ford (D-28)
(256) 413-7611

State Representative Blaine Galliher (R-30)
(256) 442-7517

State Representative Victor Gaston (R-100)
(251) 639-2555

State Representative H. Mac Gipson, Jr. (R-88)
(334) 365-9529

State Representative James Gordon (D-98)
(251) 679-9744

State Representative Betty Carol Graham (D-81)
(256) 234-7068

State Representative Ronald Grantland (D-9)
(256) 260-2146  

State Representative Todd Greeson (R-24)
(256) 632-3963

State Representative Micky Hammon (R-4)
(256) 260-2146  

State Representative Alan Harper (D-61)
(205) 373-2433

State Representative Mike Hill (R-41)
(205) 669-6264

State Representative Randy Hinshaw (D-21)
(256) 539-5441

State Representative Alvin Holmes (D-78)
(334) 281-8637

State Representative Mike Hubbard (R-79)
(334) 826-9946

State Representative Steve Hurst (D-35)
(256) 761-1935

State Representative Tammy Irons (D-1)
(334) 353-9032

State Representative Jamie Ison (R-101)
(334) 242-7711

State Representative Thomas Jackson (D-68)
(334) 636-0094

State Representative Ronald Johnson (R-33)
(256) 249-9489

State Representative Mark Keahey (D-65)
(334) 242-7748

State Representative Richard Laird (D-37)
(334) 863-7938

State Representative John Letson (D-7)
(256) 974-5175

State Representative Benjamin Lewis (R-86)
(334)792-1849

State Representative Jay Love (R-74)
(334) 213-0961

State Representative Barry Mask (R-31)
(334) 328-9231 

State Representative Artis McCampbell (D-71)
(334) 652-6531

State Representative Thad McClammy (D-76)
(334) 284-1769

State Representative Jim McClendon (R-50)
(205) 467-2656

State Representative Mary Sue McClurkin (R-43)
(205) 620-6610

State Representative Mac McCutcheon (R-25)
(256) 539-5441

State Representative Stephen McMillan (R-95)
(334) 242-7723

State Representative Michael Millican (D-17)
(205) 921-3214

State Representative Pat Moore (R-15)
(205) 744-1593

State Representative Johnny Morrow (D-18)
(256) 356-8043

State Representative Jack Page (D-29)
(256) 546-5365

State Representative Arthur Payne (R-44)
(205) 655-5845

State Representative Oliver Robinson (D-58)
(205) 849-6765  

State Representative John Rogers, Jr. (D-52)
(205) 925-3522

State Representative Howard Sanderford (R-20)
(334) 242-4368

State Representative Tommy Sherer (D-13)
(205) 387-1321

State Representative Terry Spicer (D-91)
(334)242-7773

State Representative Butch Taylor (D-22)
(256) 723-8436  

State Representative William Thigpen (D-16)
(205) 932-3317

State Representative Elwyn Thomas (R-34)
(205) 274-2316

State Representative Patricia Todd (D-54)
(205) 599-2856

State Representative Allen Treadaway (R-51)
(205) 566-6835

State Representative Cam Ward (R-49)
(334) 242-7750

State Representative Henry White (D-5)
(256) 232-7982

State Representative Jack Williams (R-47)
(205) 979-7901

State Representative Randy Wood (R-36)
(256) 237-8114  

State Representative Greg Wren (R-75)
(334) 395-0123

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