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Nebraska: Attend Lincoln City Council Meeting to Oppose Gun Control

Friday, September 21, 2018

Nebraska: Attend Lincoln City Council Meeting to Oppose Gun Control

An anti-Second Amendment group is planning to attend the Lincoln City Council meeting on September 24th in order to urge them to adopt a gun control ordinance that would make firearms unavailable for self-defense.  They are working in coordination with Councilwoman Leirion Gaylor Baird to further restrict law-abiding gun owners' right to protect themselves and their families.  Please click the “Take Action” button below to contact Councilwoman Gaylor Baird (402-441-7515) and other city council members in order to urge them to oppose unnecessary gun control measures such as this.

Gun safety and storage is a matter of personal responsibility and every person’s situation is different.  It is unreasonable to impose a one-size-fits-all government solution as these “nanny state” ordinances do nothing to keep families safe.  

Again, please contact city council members and let them know you oppose these types of unnecessary gun control measures.  In addition, Second Amendment supporters who live or work in Lincoln are invited to attend and make their views heard at the open-microphone portion at the end of the September 24th meeting.

September 24th at 5:30PM
Co/Ci Building
555 S 10th St.
Lincoln, NE 68508

District 1: Vice Chair Cyndi Lamm

District 2: Jon Camp

District 3: Jane Raybould

District 4: Carl Eskridge

At-Large: Leirion Gaylor Baird

At-Large: Roy Christensen

At-Large: Chair Bennie Shobe

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