Dear Gun Rights Supporter,
Earlier this morning, I wrote to you about the significance of this date. On April 19th, 1775, the first shots of freedom in the Revolutionary War were fired at Lexington and Concord, when British troops were sent in to confiscate American weapons. Today, the California Legislature unleashed GunMeggedon.
Like our Revolutionary era brethren, we were outnumbered and outgunned by big government, anti-freedom advocates like the Brady Campaign, the Law Center to Prevent Gun Violence and their allies in the Kafkaesque named “Public Safety” Committees.
But we were able to score a major victory!
The committees passed 8 of the 10 anti-gun bills that were up before them.
AB 2607, the bill that will allow your boss to take away your gun rights, was held over and will be heard tomorrow, April 20th.
And AB 2459, the bill that we called the worst bill of the session that sought to put all gun dealers out of business and record everyone who pulled in to the parking lot of a gun store, was killed in the Privacy Committee today!
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