Good news! The bills listed below have been scheduled for Senate Committee of the Whole (COW) hearings on Monday, April 14. AzCDL (approaching 11,000 members) thanks everyone who has already contacted their Senator!
If you have not yet sent your emails to your Senator on these bills, please do not hesitate any longer. To access your letter, simply go to the AzCDL Legislative Action center, and take care of business. The following are the bills that are scheduled to be heard on Monday, April 14.
HB 2339, the AzCDL-requested bill that would allow CCW permit holders to carry in public buildings (unless everyone entering is screened for weapons).
HB 2483, which would strengthen the protection of the lawful use of firearms, air guns and archery equipment on private property.
HB 2517, which would add penalties for cities and counties violating state firearms preemption law. (This is the comitatuslanguage I've been railing for, punishment for government failure to obey the laws.)
HB 2535, which would require local law enforcement to sign required NFA transfers within 60 days after receiving a request for certification.
You get to the Legislative Action Center, and once there, the bills are listed on the right side of the page under the “Take Action” banner. Simply click on each bill and follow instructions. Be sure to check the “Remember Me” box when verifying your contact information. If you encounter any difficulties, please contact Fred email@example.com
We expect the following bills to be heard later in the week. If you have already sent your letters - Thank You! If not, there is still time to contact your legislators. Go directly to the AzCDL Legislative Action Center to send the message we have prepared for you.
HB 2103, the AzCDL-requested bill lowering the age limit for CCW permit eligibility to 19 for those with military service, has cleared the Consent calendar and the Majority and Minority caucuses, allowing it to bypass a COW hearing. It will soon be scheduled for a Senate Third Read vote.
HB 2338, the AzCDL-requested bill that adds to the definition of Aggravated Assault the illegal taking, or attempted taking, of a legally possessed (i.e., your) firearm, passed out of the Senate Rules Committee on April 9, and will soon be scheduled for a Senate COW hearing.
SB 1063, the AzCDL-requested bill that would make “no firearms” signs on public buildings unenforceable unless the statutory weapons storage requirements are followed, needs to pass out of the House Rules Committee before it can proceed to a House COW hearing.
SB 1366, which clarifies the definition of a firearm, also need to pass out of the House Rules Committee before it can proceed to a House COW hearing.
As bills progress AzCDL keeps you informed via direct alerts. Watch for the "Action Alerts" on bills needing your help using the Legislative Action Center.
Don’t forget! Every AzCDL member who sends the emails generated from the Legislative Action Center will be entered into the raffles for Brownells gift certificates.
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