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Concealed carry poll

Discussion in 'Activism' started by Crimp, Feb 20, 2008.

  1. Crimp

    Crimp Well-Known Member

    The West Virginia legislature is finally addressing whether concealed handgun licensees' information should remain public or be made private, via House Bill 4026. This bill prohibits disclosure of names, addresses and other personally-identifying information of persons licensed to carry concealed handguns.

    A poll was started today on The Intermountain site, a daily newspaper circulated throughout north-central WV.

    It could use some help!

  2. Pushrod

    Pushrod Well-Known Member

    This is a bill that is up for vote and the politicos may be reading this poll. Any help we can offer should be given. Lets hit this poll and put it in our favor!!!
  3. Pa.Bill

    Pa.Bill Well-Known Member

    OK! voted
  4. W.E.G.

    W.E.G. Well-Known Member

    I hit it.
  5. Babarsac

    Babarsac Well-Known Member

  6. ZeSpectre

    ZeSpectre Well-Known Member

    Here's the link to cut n' paste so we don't leave breadcrumbs back to THR

    Cut n paste, don't just click > http://theintermountain.com/ <
  7. Crimp

    Crimp Well-Known Member

    I believe we made a difference ;) Thanks!

    Vote at 8:30 AM:
    "Do you think the identity of people with a permit to carry a concealed weapon should remain on public record?"
    yes 64%
    no 36%

    Vote at 6:25 PM:
    Do you think the identity of people with a permit to carry a concealed weapon should remain on public record?
    yes 13%
    no 87%
  8. nerfsrule2

    nerfsrule2 Well-Known Member

    We turned the tide!!:neener: (88% no...12% yes..)
  9. camacho

    camacho Well-Known Member

    Help provided! 88% NO!
  10. Firepower!

    Firepower! member

    I am not a voter. However, curious about the poll and your concerns. I want to know what is the logic behind polling either way on this one? And you views to that respect. Thank you.
  11. armabill

    armabill Well-Known Member

    Voted No.

    KINGMAX Well-Known Member

    vote = no

    I voted NO,
  13. GerryM

    GerryM Active Member

    Voted no ...
  14. Crimp

    Crimp Well-Known Member

    Well, I believe publishing lists of CC licensees is mainly a privacy matter, but it could get worse. Here are my views in an answer to the poll:


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