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Indiana: House Committee to Vote on Pro-Gun Legislation

Friday, January 17, 2014

On Wednesday, January 17, House Bill 1048 was heard in the House Public Policy Committee.  Sponsored by state Representative Jim Lucas (R-69), HB 1048 aims to extend the current “Parking Lot” statute to include the grounds of a school.  HB 1048 would allow someone to keep a legally owned firearm locked away and out of sight in their vehicle on school property.  HB 1048 is likely to be voted on in the House Public Policy Committee as early as next Wednesday, January 22.

It is important that you call AND email members of the House Public Policy Committee TODAY and politely urge them to support HB 1048.

 

House Public Policy Committee:

Representative Thomas Dermody (R-20) – Chairman

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Jack Lutz (R-35) – Vice-Chairman

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Edward Clere (R-72)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Sean Eberhart (R-57)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Matthew Lehman (R-79)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Jim Lucas (R-69)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Mark Messmer (R-63)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Ben Smaltz (R-52)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Timothy Wesco (R-21)

(800) 382-9841

[email protected]

 

Representative Philip GlaQuinta (D-80)

(800) 382-9842

[email protected]

 

Representative Terri Jo Austin (D-36)

(800) 382-9842

[email protected]

 

Representative Sue Errington (D-34)

(800) 382-9842

[email protected]

 

Representative Karlee Macer (D-92)

(800) 382-9842

[email protected]

 

Republican switchboard number:

(800) 392-9841

 

Democratic switchboard number:

(800) 392-9842

 

Your NRA-ILA will continue to keep you updated on the progress of HB 1048 during the 2014 legislative session.

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