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WASHINGTON STATE: Fire Missions! HB3359

Discussion in 'Activism Discussion and Planning' started by Diamondback6, Feb 15, 2008.

  1. Diamondback6

    Diamondback6 Well-Known Member

    Washington voters, we need to hammer our legislators HARD against HB3359 (ammo registration), HB1026/SB5197 ("gun-show loophole" BS), SB6841 and for HB1633 ("Katrina seizure" prohibition), SB6860 (prohibits banning CCW on campus), SB6861 (minor tweak to CCW reciprocity: changes "no states issuing to under-21" to "no person under 21") and SB6864 (accepting all states' CCWs for active-duty/Guard/Reserve military stationed in WA).

    For 6304 and 6860, we also need to lean on the Senate Higher Education Committee as a whole, for the others we need a barrage on House (HB#) or Senate (SB#) Judiciary

    From the NRA site on 3359:
    "Legislation has been proposed in Olympia that poses a very serious threat to our Right to Keep and Bear Arms and it needs to be stopped immediately. House Bill 3359, sponsored by State Representatives Al OBrien (D-1), Brendan Williams (D-22), Dennis Flannigan (D-27), and Jamie Pedersen (D-43), would require that all handgun ammunition manufactured or sold in Washington to be coded with an individual serial number, and entered into a statewide database at the time of sale. This dangerous bill needs to be stopped now. HB 3359 only serves to harass law-abiding gun owners, as criminals are not likely to purchase ammunition through legal channels. Please contact your State Senator and your State Representative today and respectfully urge them to oppose HB 3359. Contact information for your State Legislators can be found by visiting http://apps.leg.wa.gov/DistrictFinder/statewide.aspx."

    Link on AmBack (not my post, obviously):

    We have coordinates, FIRE FOR EFFECT!

    I'll edit URLS for the bills in later, when I have time.
  2. enkindler

    enkindler Well-Known Member

    I just got this response back FYI

    Thanks for your message. The bill is dead.


    Senator Jeanne Kohl-Welles
    36th Legislative District

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