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Old 01-29-2012, 02:18 PM   #11
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Politicians may listen to their constituents because their job may be on the line if they piss off too many of them. How can we who don't live in NJ help if we call these clowns? I'm willing to do it if there's some reasonable expectation they will listen and react by backing off from A588.

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Vote them out...Or submit to bondage...
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Old 01-31-2012, 12:14 AM   #13
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Default Update - 01/30/2012

GUN OWNERS PREVAIL IN TRENTON!


After a massive outcry from the Second Amendment community against A588 (backdoor ammo ban) and A1013 (defacing firearms - unintended consequences), the Assembly Law and Public Safety Committee "held" A588 and amended A1013 in response to gun owner concerns.

The effect of holding A588 is to send it back to the drawing board for further review and amendment, and this legislation that would have opened the door to a sweeping ammunition ban will not advance in its present form.

The amendments to A1013 are still under review, but it is very apparent from the actions of the Committee and the on-the-record statements made by its members that the Committee has heard honest gun owners loud and clear.

We will continue to monitor these bills and dozens of others that we are watching and provide early warning of threats to our Second Amendment rights.

And thank you for your calls, faxes and emails to the Committee members!

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Old 01-31-2012, 12:42 PM   #14
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My question would be what does Christie say about all of this? Many considered him fodder for President, so how does he fit in to all of this nonsense?

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