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CCDL Monthly Meeting - May 10th
CCDL holds its monthly general membership meeting at 7:00pm on the 2nd Tuesday of each month at the Elks Lodge in Middletown, CT. All CCDL members are welcome and encouraged to attend.
- Legislative Wrap Up
- Discussion on litigation against the State (Shew v Malloy)
- Guest Speaker - Christian Ragosta, NRA Grassroots Field Coordinator
- Candidate Forum (candidates TBD)
- Family Picnic (volunteers needed)
- Poker Run discussion (volunteers needed)
2016 Legislative Session Ends
HB5054 passes; will be known as Public Act 16-34
CCDL wishes to thank all the tremendous legislators who fought against this bill, and others that would have negatively impacted 2nd Amendment rights. It is critical that our members review the Senate Roll Call and the House Roll Call votes. The elected officials who voted yes are the ones who voted to take more of your rights away. CCDL is asking members to thank their legislators who voted no, and help those that are running for re-election. One issue that should be noteworthy to all: Once again the person who is the House Minority leader (Themis Klarides (R-114)) voted against your rights.For a more in-depth analysis of bills that passed and how they impact gun owners, visit the CCDL blog
Next Meeting May 10th, 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Join us in Middletown for our next monthly meeting. This meeting is open to all Members! As usual, we will be collecting canned goods/non-perishables at our meetings.
The Connecticut Citizens Defense League strives for hands on activism from our members. We want an organization for us all to be proud of as we put forth effort to fight for our 2nd Amendment rights in our beautiful State. See you there!
Location : Middletown Elks Lodge 771
44 Maynard St
Middletown, CT 06457
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