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Alabama: Senate Committee to Hear Pro-Gun Bill Tomorrow

Tuesday, February 25, 2014

Tomorrow, the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider Senate Bill 354, sponsored by state Senator Scott Beason (R-17).  This committee hearing will be held at 1:00 p.m. in room 325 of the Alabama Statehouse, located across the street from the state Capitol.

SB 354 would allow an individual to carry a handgun in their vehicle without having to possess a valid Alabama pistol permit.  SB 354 would also require a sheriff to issue or renew a permit within two weeks of his or her receipt of an application for a pistol permit.  Current law allows sheriffs to take up to thirty days to issue or renew a permit.

Using the contact information provided below, please call and e-mail members of the Senate Judiciary Committee today and respectfully urge them to support SB 354.


Senate Judiciary Committee:

Senator Cam Ward (R-14), Chairman
(334) 242-7873
Senator Jerry Fielding (R-11), Vice-Chairman

(334) 242-7898
Senator Linda Coleman (D-20)

(334) 242-7864
Senator Vivian Davis Figures (D-33)

(334) 242-7871
Senator Marc Keahey (D-22)

(334) 242-7843
Senator Arthur Orr (R-3)
(334) 242-7891
Senator Rodger Mell  Smitherman (D-18)

(334) 242-7870
Senator Bryan Taylor (R-30)

(334) 242-7883
Senator Tom Whatley (R-27)

(334) 242-7865
Senator Phil Williams (R-10)

(334) 242-7857
Senator Greg Reed (R-5)

(334) 242-7894



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