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CALIFORNIA_NRA_INFO
09-15-2007, 3:58 PM
CALNRA: 9/13/2007 5:00 AM

The legislature has adjourned for the remainder of 2007. (Your NRA-ILA State Liaison, Ed Worley, was at the Capitol on the last day until 3:20 AM.) Bills that failed to pass the legislature have been turned into 2 year bills, meaning they can again become active when the legislature reconvenes in January, 2008. For more information on bills that were stalled, visit:
http://calnra.com/

Firearm-related bills on the Governor's desk:

AB 821 Lead Ammo Ban / Condor Bill - OPPOSE
http://calnra.com/legs.shtml?year=2007&summary=ab821

AB 1471 Microspamping - OPPOSE
http://calnra.com/legs.shtml?year=2007&summary=ab1471

PLEASE CONTACT THE GOVERNOR AND URGE A VETO ON AB 821 AND AB 1471. In California, the Governor must actively veto legislation sent to him within 30 days to prevent it from becoming law. If he ignores the bill, it becomes law by default at the end of that period.

AB 1645 Katrina Protections Bill - SUPPORT
http://calnra.com/legs.shtml?year=2007&summary=ab1645

PLEASE CONTACT THE GOVERNOR AND URGE HIS SIGNATURE ON AB 1645.

Contact tools have been provided at the above URLs.

FYI, at this time, NRA has already passed 1 pro-gun bill into law:

AB 854 PUBLICATIONS - SUPPORT
http://calnra.com/legs.shtml?year=2007&summary=ab854

Dont Tread on Me
09-15-2007, 3:59 PM
Jump on this Gents. This is our CA NRA folks asking for help.

dwtt
09-15-2007, 4:08 PM
I sent an email to the gov about AB1471. I stated twice that I oppose AB1474.
I hope it helps. Anyone also sending in letters? I've read a paper letter has
the weight of 10 phone calls or emails.

westcoastr
09-16-2007, 11:57 AM
I've read a paper letter has
the weight of 10 phone calls or emails.

i've wonder about a paper letter geting more weight also. personally i love to talk with the politicians' people though, if for nothing else to convince them we are regular people.

the governor has called a special session to try to pass a universal healthcare package, which is going to be a huge effort - curious if he is willing to veto bills like these (although he has been supportive of 2nd A before) to garner more support from the conservatives for raising taxes on us working types to pay for healthcare for deadbeats