The Connecticut General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee is actively considering two gun bills right now. One bill is pro 2nd Amendment and the other bill is anti-2nd Amendment.
Hundreds of our members have already sent letters to the committee members voicing their opposition to H.B. 6200 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESENTATION OF A CARRY PERMIT.
If you have not already sent an email to the committee members, please do so.
Even more important: If your legislator is a member of the Judiciary Committee, be sure to indicate that you are their constituent in your email.
Antigun extremists are already contacting state legislators. Committee members must hear from rational lawful gun owners.
Please take a moment to contact these key committee members. Copy and paste the email below, or for a greater impact draft your own.
There will be a public hearing scheduled soon (date & time TBD). When this happens, we will need members to attend the hearing and to submit testimony.
If you have any questions, email CCDL’s Legislative Coordinator Ray Bevis at firstname.lastname@example.org
Dear Judiciary Committee Member,
As a fellow resident of Connecticut, I ask that you not support a bill that will allow police to profile and stop residents that are not under suspicion of a crime.
I urge you to support the firearm reciprocity bill. Forty-two other states already have some form of reciprocity. Legal firearm owners are not the ones committing crimes and are the true firearm safety advocates.
I urge that you:
OPPOSE H.B. 6200 AN ACT CONCERNING THE PRESENTATION OF A CARRY PERMIT.
SUPPORT AN ACT CONCERNING PERMIT AND CERTIFICATE TO CARRY A FIREARM RECIPROCITY
Thank you for your consideration
[Insert your name]
Send your email to each of the committee members below, or you may click here to open your email client prefilled out (may not work for everyone): EMAIL COMMITTEE
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