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Anti-Gun Bill Introduced into NC Legislature

Our friends at The Gun Page are reporting that anti-gun Democrats are introducing a major anti-gun bill for consideration. We’ve seen it happen in Colorado, Connecticut, New Jersey, New York, California and other states. Please contact EVERYONE on this list to make sure they know their seat is in jeopardy if they vote for it. Otherwise, North Carolina could become the next anti-gun state.

From The Gun Page:

One of the most onerous bills seen in North Carolina in many years was introduced this week.  House Bill 725, introduced by anti-gun state Representative Paul Luebke (D-30), is an all-out assault on your Second Amendment rights and personal protection.  Among other things, it would:

  • Repeal provisions of existing law that recognize the right to personal protection
  • Require individuals who have had their firearms stolen report the theft within an arbitrary time period, or face criminal prosecution
  • Require individuals to maintain liability insurance as a condition of gun ownership
  • Ban ammunition feeding devices capable of holding more than 15 rounds
  • Impose additional regulations on the transfer of firearms
  • Impose “safe” storage requirements for firearms

Please use the contact information provided below to contact members of the House Judiciary I Committee.

House Judiciary I Committee:

Representative N. Leo Daughtry (R-26), Chairman
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Representative Justin P. Burr (R-67), Vice Chairman
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Representative Darren G. Jackson (D-39), Vice Chairman
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Representative Dean Arp (R-69)
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Representative Larry D. Hall (D-29)
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Representative Jon Hardister (R-59)
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Representative Julia C. Howard (R-79)
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Representative Linda P. Johnson (R-83)
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Representative Grier Martin (D-34)
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Representative Allen McNeill (R-78)
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Representative George S. Robinson (R-87)
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Representative Bob Steinburg (R-1)
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Representative John Szoka (R-45)
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