Missouri Action Alert: Help Pass the 2nd Amendment Preservation Act
The Missouri Second Amendment Preservation Act (SB588) is up for a crucial hearing and potential vote on Thursday, Feb 6th. 10 minutes of your time today can help this important bill move forward.
Sen. Eric Burlison (R-Battlefield) filed Senate Bill 588 (SB588) for introduction in the 2020 legislative session. Rep. Jered Taylor (R-Republic) filed the House companion bill, House Bill 1637 (HB1637). The bills would ban any person, including any public officer or employee of the state and its political subdivisions, from enforcing any past, present or future federal “acts, laws, executive orders, administrative orders, court orders, rules, or regulations” that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms. Get all the details about the bill in this report.
Sen. Doug Libla has scheduled SB588 for a hearing in the Senate Transportation, Infrastructure and Public Safety committee on Feb. 6th.
Missouri Residents: PLEASE TAKE THE FOLLOWING ACTIONS to support this important legislation today.
- Fill out a witness form in support of SB588
In just a few minutes, you can register your support for the bill using this link:
- Call your state representative. Ask them to COSPONSOR the House bill, HB1637
Find who is your state representative at this link.
- Share this information widely – through social media and email.
- Retweet to help spread the word!
Missouri Action Alert: Help Pass SB588, the #2ndAmendment Preservation Act. Hearing scheduled for Thu Feb 6th.
Details and action items here: https://t.co/OrwOv0ReXt
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