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AZ: SB 1214 update - call your Senator!

Discussion in 'Activism' started by swifteagle, Apr 4, 2008.

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  1. swifteagle

    swifteagle Member

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    Arizonans - call your Senator to request support of SB 1214 - it should be scheduled for debate this coming Tuesday which will be the deadline to get it passed by the Senate just in time to get it scheduled for a Hearing in the House by the deadline of next Thursday. Otherwise it will become a dead bill. An amendment was required to gain last few required votes, for full details as well as a link to the amendment, see this post:

    http://dustinsgunblog.blogspot.com/2008/04/az-sb-1214-update-ccw-on-campus.html
     
  2. swifteagle

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    Just a quick update - AZCDL informed me that it is actually today that they want to have the bill passed in the Senate - probably to allow 24 hrs to get it scheduled with the House before the 48 hr deadline.
     
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    Bad news - bill is dead. Not enough votes to pass in the Senate. Looks like this important step towards freedom will be postponed yet another year. :(
     
  4. WayneConrad

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    Indeed. Thanks for the updates, swifteagle. The good news is that campus carry bills are not dead in every state. That'll help. It's good to have a state or two to point to, next time, and say "Well... remember all that blood in the street? Where is it?"
     
  5. HK G3

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    This is very disappointing indeed.

    Maybe that bill that makes illegally concealing a weapon a petty offense will pass though...?
     
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