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Please Thank Your Legislators for Supporting Indiana’s New Emergency Powers/Parking Lot Law!

Friday, March 26, 2010

On Thursday, March 18, Governor Mitch Daniels (R) signed House Bill 1065, Indiana’s emergency powers and parking lot bill, into law.  HB1065 protects Hoosiers against firearm confiscation during natural disasters and prevents law-abiding gun owners from being wrongfully terminated from their jobs for having locked firearms in their vehicles while at work. The new law was NRA's priority legislation in Indiana.

State Senator Johnny Nugent (R-43) and State Representative Bob Bischoff (D-68) sponsored the emergency powers and parking lot legislation. After years of attempts to pass both emergency powers and parking lot bills, the joint legislation passed with overwhelming, bi-partisan majorities in both chambers of the Indiana General Assembly. The Indiana House passed the measure 76-21 while the Senate passed the bill 41-9.

NRA would like to thank the Indiana State Representatives and Senators who stood up to intense, anti-gun pressure and voted to pass these important pro-gun protections.

Please take a moment to send a note of thanks to the following lawmakers:

State Representative Ed Soliday (R-4)

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State Representative Craig Fry (D-5)

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State Representative Ryan Dvorak (D-8)

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State Representative Scott Pelath (D-9)

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State Representative Charles Moseley (D-10)

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State Representative Dan Stevenson (D-11)

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State Representative Chester Dobis (D-13)

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State Representative Donald Lehe (R-15)

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State Representative Doug Gutwein (R-16)

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State Representative Nancy Dembowski (D-17)

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State Representative David Wolkins (R-18)

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State Representative Tom Dermody (R-20)

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State Representative Jackie Walorski (R-21)

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State Representative William Ruppel (R-22)

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State Representative Bill Friend (R-23)

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State Representative Rich McClain (R-24)

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State Representative Randy Truitt (R-26)

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State Representative Jeff Thompson (R-28)

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State Representative Kathy Kreag-Richardson (R-29)

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State Representative Ron Herrell (D-30)

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State Representative Joe Pearson (D-31)

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State Representative P. Eric Turner (R-32)

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State Representative Bill Davis (R-33)

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State Representative Dennis Tyler (D-34)

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State Representative Jack Lutz (R-35)

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State Representative Terri Austin (D-36)
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State Representative Scott Reske (D-37)

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State Representative Jacque Clements (R-38)

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State Representative Jerry Torr (R-39)

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State Representative Greg Steuerwald (R-40)

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State Representative Tim Brown (R-41)

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State Representative Dale Grubb (D-42)

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State Representative Clyde Kersey (D-43)

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State Representative Nancy Michael (D-44)

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State Representative Bruce Borders (R-45)

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State Representative Vern Tincher (D-46)

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State Representative Ralph Foley (R-47)

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State Representative Tim Neese (R-48)

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State Representative Wes Culver (R-49)

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State Representative Dan Leonard (R-50)

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State Representative Richard Dodge (D-51)

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State Representative David Yarde (R-52)

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State Representative Bob Cherry (R-53)

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State Representative Tom Saunders (R-54)

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State Representative Tom Knollman (R-55)

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State Representative Sean Eberhart (R-57)

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State Representative Woody Burton (R-58)

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State Representative Milo Smith (R-59)

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State Representative Sandra Blanton (D-62)

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State Representative Mark Messmer (R-63)

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State Representative Kreg Battles (D-64)

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State Representative Eric Koch (R-65)

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State Representative Terry Goodin (D-66)

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State Representative Cleo Duncan (R-67)

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State Representative Bob Bischoff (D-68)

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State Representative Dave Cheatham (D-69)

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State Representative Paul Robertson (D-70)

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State Representative Steven Ray Stemler (D-71)

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State Representative Edward Clere (R-72)

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State Representative Russ Stilwell (D-74)

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State Representative Trent VanHaaften (D-76)

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State Representative Gail Riecken (D-77)

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State Representative Suzanne Crouch (R-78)

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State Representative Matthew Lehman (R-79)

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State Representative Winfield Moses (D-81)

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State Representative Matt Bell (R-83)

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State Representative Jeff Espich (R-82)

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State Representative Randy Borror (R-84)

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State Representative Phyllis Pond (R-85)

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State Representative Cindy Noe (R-87)

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State Representative Brian Bosma (R-88)

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State Representative John Barnes (D-89)

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State Representative Mike Murphy (R-90)

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State Representative Robert Behning (R-91)

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State Representative Phil Hinkle (R-92)

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State Representative David Frizzell (R-93)

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State Senator Frank Mrvan (D-1)

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State Senator Ed Charbonneau (R-5)

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State Senator Sue Landske (R-6)

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State Senator Brandt Hershman (R-7)

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State Senator Jim Arnold (D-8)

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State Senator Ryan Mishler (R-9)

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State Senator Joe Zakas (R-11)

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State Senator Carlin Yoder (R-12)

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State Senator Marlin Stutzman (R-13)

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State Senator Dennis Kruse (R-14)

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State Senator David Long (R-16)

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State Senator Gary Dillon (R-17)

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State Senator Randall Head (R-18)

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State Senator Travis Holdman (R-19)

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State Senator Howard Luke Kenley (R-20)

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State Senator James Buck (R-21)

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State Senator Ron Alting (R-22)

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State Senator Phil Boots (R-23)

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State Senator Connie Lawson (R-24)

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State Senator Sue Errington (D-26)

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State Senator Allen Paul (R-27)

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State Senator Beverly Gard (R-28)

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State Senator Mike Delph (R-29)

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State Senator Scott Schneider (R-30)

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State Senator James Merritt (R-31)

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State Senator Patricia Miller (R-32)

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State Senator Michael Young (R-35)

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State Senator Brent Waltz (R-36)

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State Senator Richard Bray (R-37)

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State Senator Tim Skinner (D-38)

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State Senator John Waterman (R-39)

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State Senator Greg Walker (R-41)

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State Senator Jean Leising (R-42)

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State Senator Johnny Nugent (R-43)

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State Senator Brent Steele (R-44)

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State Senator James Lewis (D-45)

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State Senator Connie Sipes (D-46)

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State Senator Richard Young (D-47)

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State Senator Lindel Hume (D-48)

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State Senator Bob Deig (D-49)

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State Senator Vaneta Becker (R-50)

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