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Carson, California to Consider Ammunition Sales Registration on Tuesday, July 21!

Friday, July 17, 2009

Please Stand-Up and Make Your Voices Heard!

On Tuesday, July 21, the City of Carson is scheduled to consider an ordinance that would require the registration of all ammunition sales. 

The ordinance would also require all ammunition vendors to obtain a license from the City, and would additionally require that all ammunition sales transactions be conducted via a face-to-face transaction, effectively banning mail order and internet purchases of ammunition. 

If passed by the City Council next week, the ordinance will go to the desk of Mayor Jim Dear for his consideration. 

Please contact Mayor Dear and the Carson City Council TODAY and respectfully voice your opposition to this ordinance.  Contact information can be found below.     

Mayor Jim Dear
(310) 952-1700, Ext. 1000
[email protected]

Council Member Elito M. Santarina
(310) 952-1700, Ext. 1000
[email protected] 

Council Member Julie Ruiz-Raber
(310) 952-1700, Ext. 1714

Council Member Mike A. Gipzon
(310) 952-1700
[email protected]  

Also, if you are interested in speaking in opposition to the ordinance at the upcoming council meeting and would like to receive talking points, please contact Clint Monfort of Michel and Associates, P.C. at [email protected].

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