Wednesday, April 18, 2018
CCDL - Action Alert!
We NEED EVERYONE to contact your State Representative and State Senator. The anti-gun movementis out in full force, and their paid lobbyists are working very hard to get these bills called on the house floor.
We need every second amendment supporter to call and ask to speak with their State Rep. and State Senator. Be polite and professional. Leave a message and ask that they call you back.
Find your State Representative and State Senator and then select their name to find their contact information.
Legislators NEED to hear from us. They need to know how their constituents want them to vote, and need to hear your voice. This is an election year, your legislators work for you! Everyone needs to take action to preserve your freedom here in Connecticut.
Ask the legislators to:
Vote NO on H.B. 5540 AN ACT CONCERNING GHOST GUNS
Vote NO on H.B. 5542 AN ACT CONCERNING BUMP STOCKS AND OTHER MEANS OF ENHANCING THE RATE OF FIRE OF A FIREARM
Vote YES on H.B. 5539 AN ACT CONCERNING FIREARMS IN STATE PARKS
A few weeks ago, the Judiciary Committee voted these bills out of the committee and are closer to being called on the House floor. To see how the committee members voted on these bills follow the links:
Time is limited. You need to take action now before it’s too late!
If you have any questions about these bills, feel free to email CCDL's Legislative Coordinator, Ray Bevis email@example.com
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