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Thread: Missouri College Carry Bill In Jeopardy: Residents Please Read

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    Exclamation Missouri College Carry Bill In Jeopardy: Residents Please Read

    I copied this post from TFL, and posted it also in the Legal forum. Hopefully the moderators will allow it to remain over the weekend so that as many Missouri residents as possible can see it.

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    When legislators do not want people to show up and testify at Hearings, they post the Notice of Hearing late in the day on Friday for a Monday Hearing.

    That is exactly what has happened on HB668, the College-Carry Bill.

    The Notice went up today for a Hearing in front of the SENATE JUDICIARY AND CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Committee. The Hearing on HB688 will be Monday, 05/11/2009 at 6:00 PM OR UPON ADJOURNMENT in the Senate Lounge. EXECUTIVE SESSION MAY OR MAY NOT FOLLOW.

    The Senators do not want us to be there.

    WE NEED TO TURN OUT IN FORCE!!!

    The intent of the Senate is to pass a Senate Committee Substitute (SCS) for HB668 with College Carry, the improved Castle Doctrine language, and the Open Carry language *ALL* stripped out, leaving only the age change from 23 to 21 for ccw permit holders left in.

    They are under the mistaken impression that they can do this and then loudly proclaim, "We Passed a Pro-Gun Bill!" all while patting themselves on the back and congratulating each other and expecting us to be grateful.

    They expect us to forget that the Senate failed us on three out of four very important issues.

    After checking all my sources in the Executive Branch and the media: There is *absolutely no indication* the Governor would Veto the full strength HB668 as it is now written.

    Failure to pass the House version of HB668 lies at the Senate's feet.

    Please Contact your Senator and the members of the Judiciary Committee at their District Office this weekend and in the Capitol Office on Monday.

    To Find your Senator see:

    http://www.senate.mo.gov/llookup/leg_lookup.aspx

    For contact info for the members of the Judiciary Committee see:

    http://www.senate.mo.gov/09info/comm/judi.htm

    The SENATE JUDICIARY AND CIVIL AND CRIMINAL JURISPRUDENCE Committee is made up of:

    MEMBERS:

    Matt Bartle, 8th, Chairman
    Jack Goodman, 29th, Vice-Chairman
    Jane Cunningham, 7th
    Rob Mayer, 25th
    Kurt Schaefer, 19th
    Jolie Justus, 10th
    Jeff Smith, 4th

    These folks especially need to hear from us - via email, faxes and phone calls.

    The message to the Senators is: *"We are in favor of HB668 as passed out of the House, but OPPOSED if Amended or Substituted in the Senate committee!"*

    BOOTS ON THE GROUND CAN MAKE A DIFFERENCE MONDAY NIGHT!

    If you care about HB668, you must be in the Capitol Monday night.

    We need people there to fill out Witness Forms and provide written testimony with the above message spelled out in large letters in RED INK!

    Please plan on meeting in the Third Floor Senate Hall outside the Senate Lounge by 5:30 or as soon as you can get there.

    Several thousand contacts by phone, fax and email and

    YOUR PRESENCE CAN CHANGE THE OUTCOME OF THE HEARING.

    Be Safe,
    Tim Oliver
    Violence is an ugly thing, but not the ugliest of things. The decayed and degraded state of moral and valorous feeling which believes that nothing is worth violence is much worse. Those who have nothing for which they are willing to fight; nothing they care about more than their own personal safety; are miserable creatures who have no chance of being free, unless made and kept so by the exertions of those better than themselves. Gary L. Griffiths, Chief Instructor, Advanced Force Tactics, Inc. (Paraphrasing John Stuart Mill)

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