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Nebraska: Three Pro-Gun Bills in Judiciary Committee Tomorrow

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

Nebraska: Three Pro-Gun Bills in Judiciary Committee Tomorrow

Tomorrow, January 22 at 1:30 pm, the Nebraska Judiciary Committee will take up three bills in Room 1113 that could affect your Second Amendment rights.  The bills that will be heard are: 

Legislative Bill 60: Sponsored by Senator Bill Kinter (2), LB 60 would protect employees by guaranteeing the right to transport and store legally owned firearms within a private motor vehicle. 

Legislative Bill 184: Sponsored by Senator Laura Ebke (32), LB 184 allows authorization for armed security in private and parochial schools.

Legislative Bill 190: Sponsored by Senator Dave Bloomfield (17), LB 190 would designate spouses of active military members stationed in Nebraska as residents of Nebraska for the purpose of obtaining a concealed handgun permit.

Please contact members of the Judiciary Committee below to express your support for these measures TODAY.

Nebraska Judiciary Committee:

Senator Les Seiler (33) 
(402) 471-2712
lseiler@leg.ne.gov

Senator Ernie Chambers (11)
(402) 471-2612

Senator Colby Coash (27) 
(402) 471-2632
ccoash@leg.ne.gov

Senator Laura Ebke (32)
(402) 471-2711
lebke@leg.ne.gov

Senator Bob Krist (10) 
(402) 471-2718
bkrist@leg.ne.gov

Senator Adam Morfeld (46) 
(402) 471-2720
amorfeld@leg.ne.gov

Senator Patty Pansing Brooks (28) 
(402) 471-2633
ppansingbrooks@leg.ne.gov

Senator Matt Williams (36) 
(402) 471-2642
mwilliams@leg.ne.gov

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