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Illinois RTKBA - this week

Discussion in 'Activism' started by C0untZer0, Mar 11, 2013.

  1. C0untZer0

    C0untZer0 Well-Known Member

    Voice your support or opposition to the proposed legislation for each of the following:

    - New Bills -

    HB2589 $1million Firearm Liability Insurance opponent
    HB2592 Ban Private Sale of Firearm & more opponent
    HB2597 Gun Offender Registry opponent
    HB2633 Register Firearm Transfers with ISP opponent
    HB3044 One Gun A Month opponent
    HB2792 Psych Evaluation for FOID Card opponent
    HB2811 Handgun Registration opponent
    HB2831 Firearm Ban opponent
    HB2834 May-issue Carry with Firearm Ban opponent
    HB2902 No Fed Law for Arms Made in IL proponent
    HB2915 Statewide Preemp. for Firearms proponent
    HR91 Resolution - National Right to Carry proponent
    HB2700 Preemption of Firearm Licenses proponent

    Today's action alert thread is here:


    The old Illinois Board of Elections "Find Your Legislator" lookup function has been replaced with a new site:


    You can also find them using the NRA site:

    Last edited: Mar 11, 2013
  2. C0untZer0

    C0untZer0 Well-Known Member

  3. Trent

    Trent Resident Wiseguy

    Those representatives are going to give me an ulcer.

  4. C0untZer0

    C0untZer0 Well-Known Member

    If you want to folllow the proceedings in the Illinois General Assembly today, 2A related bills are being tracked here:


    A lot going on this week as anti-gun Chicago democrats try to gut HB 997 the Personal and Family Protection Act.

    The Chicago democrats have also introduced a very restrictive "carry" bill which doesn't allow carry in vehicles, near schools, colleges or day care centers, hospitals, clinics, veterinarians offices, (yes that's right - no carrying at the vet's office), libraries, government buildings, restaurants, casinos, truck stops, any place that has video gaming of any kind, no carry on public transportation, and no carry on any private property without prior permission, (which is almost everywhere if you think about it).

    And a whole host of other gun bills including outright bans on most semi-automatic firearms that accept a magazine, and a ban on magazines that can hold more than 10 rounds.

    House committees will be meeting at 8:30 CST.

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