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Ohio Bill Requires Gun Dealers To Provide Health Department Study, Ammo List To Anyone Buying A Firearm - June 28, 2013
Ohio State Bill HB222
Ohio bill HB22 requires "A printed copy of the study posted on the department of health's web site pursuant to section 3701.051 of the Revised Code that describes the types of bodily injury that can be incurred by the user of the firearm and by others in proximity to the firearm following the discharge of the firearm" and "A list of all of the types of ammunition that can be used in the firearm."
Bloomberg Caught Using Taxpayer Money To Run MAIG Website - June 24, 2013
State: New York
It appears Bloomberg has been caught using taxpayer money to fund the MAIG website, how much isn't known but taxpayers are at least covering the website's registration fees and hosting costs.
A WHOIS of the domain shows the domain is registered to NYC DoITT, the New York department of information technology. It also shows the website is being hosted at the nyc.gov servers.
Here is a link to the WHOIS information
This needs to get to the main stream media as quickly as possible. Tell your friends and call your local news station.
Santa Fe City Council to Vote on Banning Standard Magazines on Wed. June 26 - June 22, 2013
State: New Mexico
Next Wednesday, June 26, the Santa Fe City Council is scheduled to hold a public hearing and vote on Bill No. 2013-27, which would outlaw the future possession, sale or transfer of standard capacity magazines that are compatible with commonly-owned self-defense pistols and rifles used by recreational and competitive shooters. Introduced by Mayor David Coss (an outspoken member of billionaire New York Mayor City Michael Bloomberg's national gun control coalition), Councilor Patti Bushee and Councilor Ron Trujillo, this ordinance targets any ammunition feeding device that accepts, or can be readily converted to accept, more than ten rounds. With no exception for mere possession in one's private vehicle, even driving through Santa Fe with a standard capacity magazine purchased from another city could put you in violation of this ordinance.
Public comments will be taken by the City Council before next Wednesday's vote, starting at 7:00 p.m. in City Hall located at 200 Lincoln Avenue in Santa Fe. It is critical that you show up and speak against this measure. Please also contact the City Councilors listed below and urge them to OPPOSE Bill No. 2013-27.
E-mail addresses and telephone numbers for Santa Fe city councilmen are provided below - contact them TODAY in opposition to Bill No. 2013-27.
Councilor Rebecca Wurzburger - District 2 and Mayor Pro Tem. email@example.com 505-955-6815
Councilor Patti Bushee - District 1. firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 955-2345
Councilor Chris Calvert - District 1. email@example.com (505) 955-6812
Councilor Peter Ives - District 2. firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 955-6816
Councilor Carmichael Dominguez - District 3. email@example.com (505) 955-6814
Councilor Christopher Rivera - District 3. firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 955-6818
Councilor Bill Dimas - District 4. email@example.com (505) 955-6817
Councilor Ronald Trujillo - District 4. firstname.lastname@example.org (505) 955-6811
Ohio bill requires confiscated firearms be sold at auction or to firearms dealers. - June 22, 2013
Ohio State Bill HB210
The bill strikes all language that would allow local authorities to destroy firearms and inserts language requiring them to sell them either at auction or to a federally licensed firearms dealers.
PA Senator Alloway To Propose Bill To Allow Residents To Get LTCF In Adjacent Counties - June 21, 2013
In response to Philadelphia's ridiculous abuses of the LTCF (license to carry firearms) issuing problems Senator Alloway is working on a proposal that would allow residents to apply and receive licenses from adjacent counties.
Philadelphia Democrats are going to scream and yell and fight this one tooth and nail even though they refuse to admit the Philadelphia police are abusing the system so we need all Pennsylvania residents to show support to Senator Alloway on this idea.
You can contact the Senator through his website at senatoralloway.com
'Assault' Weapons Ban To Be discussed during Committee Meeting 7:00 p.m. Monday, June 24 Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place, Park Ridge, IL - June 21, 2013
"Assault" Weapons Ban To Be discussed during Committee Meeting 7:00 p.m. Monday, June 24 Park Ridge City Hall, 505 Butler Place, Park Ridge, IL 60068
Park Ridge will consider an "assault" weapons ban during a Procedures and Regulations Committee meeting on June 24. If you live/work in the Park Ridge area, please attend this important meeting. In the meantime, please contact the city county members and voice your opposition to any ordinance that infringes on the right to keep and bear arms. Please be polite but firm when communicating with council members.
City of Park Ridge, David Schmidt, Mayor 847-331-7063 email@example.com
Health Care Organizations Lobbying To Oppose Wisconsin Bill To Bar Doctors From Asking About Guns - June 19, 2013
Health care organizations are urging Wisconsin lawmakers to reject proposed legislation that would bar doctors from asking patients if they own guns.
The measure, unveiled last week by Rep. Michael Schraa, R-Oshkosh, "is detrimental to medical providers' ability to educate patients and in so doing prevent injury and death," the organizations said in a memo Monday to legislators.
Time to back up your legislators and tell the medical corporations to get out of our lives! We don't have a bill number yet but as soon as we do we will let you know.
Santa Fe City Council Considering Magazine Capacity Limit - June 18, 2013
State: New Mexico
The Santa Fe City Council is currently considering an ordinance that would ban the future possession, sale or transfer of any ammunition feeding device that accepts, or can be readily converted to accept, more than ten rounds.
14 Year Old Arrested Over Pro-NRA Shirt Faces a Year In Jail - June 18, 2013
State: West Virginia
The West Virginia eighth-grader who was suspended and arrested in late April after he refused to remove a t-shirt supporting the National Rifle Association appeared in court this week and was formally charged with obstructing an officer.
14-year-old Jared Marcum now faces a $500 fine and a maximum of one year in prison.
Here are all the phone numbers for the interested parties, please call them and voice your displeasure over what's happening to this young man.
Logan Police Department (West Virginia)Chief of Police, David White (304) 752-6535
Logan County School District Superintendent of Schools, Wilma Zigmond (304) 792-2060
Prosecuting Attorney Sabrina Deskins Amick (304) 792-8670
Madigan Seeks 2nd Delay on Illinois Gun Plan - June 18, 2013
Illinois State Bill HB0183
Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan has asked the U.S. Supreme Court for a second monthlong extension of time to decide whether to appeal a lower court order allowing citizens to carry concealed guns.
Wichita School Board Set To Consider Gun Ban Monday - June 17, 2013
Wichita school board members will consider banning firearms from school district buildings or district-owned vehicles, except by law enforcement officers.
Wisconsin Bill Bans Hollow Point Ammo - June 17, 2013
Wisconsin State Bill AB221
A proposed Wisconsin bill would band hollow point ammo for civilian use. The bill states 'Whoever intentionally sells, transports, manufactures, or possesses any hollowpoint bullet, bullet that expands or flattens easily in the human body, or bullet with a hard envelope which does not entirely cover the core or is pierced with incisions is guilty of a Class H felony'.
Ohio Bill Changes Reciprocity, CCW Training & More - June 13, 2013
Ohio State Bill HB203
A new bill introduced June 11 in the Ohio house amends 13 existing gun laws included automatic reciprocity with any state that honors an Ohio CCW.
Proposed NJ Law Restricts Ammunition Sales - Transfer - June 12, 2013
New Jersey State Bill A4192
The law would restrict the sale of ammo to licensed dealers and a purchaser that possesses a valid firearms purchaser identification card, a valid copy of a permit to purchase a handgun, a valid permit to carry a handgun, or a valid New Jersey hunting license, and first exhibits to the seller, donor, transferor or assignor the card or permit and either a driver's license or non-driver identification card.
Rep. Collins Introduces Bill To Eliminate Unconstitutional 'Sporting Purpose' Distinction In Gun Laws - June 11, 2013
Federal Bill HB2277
Today, Representative Doug Collins (R-GA) introduced legislation to eliminate the "sporting purpose" distinction contained in the Internal Revenue Code and the Federal Criminal Code. H.R. 2277 restores Second Amendment protections to all firearms.
Help Nevada Gun Owners By Voting In Phone Poll - June 10, 2013
Nevada State Bill SB221
It appears Nevada's governor has set up a hotline for voting on whether he should veto new gun legislation and it is open to people from any state since it effects anyone coming into the state.
Bloomberg and his cronies are asking their people to call and vote for passage we need to call in opposing it 775-684-5670 press #2 to ask for the veto.
NJ Assembly Committee Caught (again) On An Open Mic Breaking Rules Because FID Bill Looked Like It Didn't Have The Votes - June 9, 2013
State: New Jersey
NJ Assembly members get caught on an open mic again, breaking committee rules when an FID amendment looks like it is not going to get enough votes.
Illinois Lt. governor urging cities to pass assault weapons ban before new CCW law goes into effect. - June 9, 2013
Lt. Gov. Sheila Simon is urging Illinois communities to consider banning assault-style weapons before new legislation is signed that could prohibit local governments from doing so in the future.
US House Votes To Delay DHS Ammo Purchase - June 6, 2013
The House late Wednesday voted to stop the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) from entering into new contracts to buy millions of rounds of ammunition until the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reports to Congress on the need for the ammo, and its cost.
San Francisco Supervisor Proposes Ordinance To Ban Guns That Use High Cap Mags - Track All Ammo Sales - June 6, 2013
Supervisor Malia Cohen has proposed an ordinance banning any firearms that have large capacity magazines capable of holding more than ten rounds. Cohen's proposed ordinance would also require firearms dealers in the City to report every single ammo sale, no matter how small, to the police.