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Contact Your Assembly Representatives To Oppose Revoking Christie's Justifiable Need Changes

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#31 Silence Dogood

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  • Home Range:CJR&PC

Posted 28 December 2016 - 07:59 AM

Roll call results for SCR117/ACR205

 

Assembly -

 

Session Voting:
Sen.    10/20/2016  -  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   -  Yes {22}  No {15}  Not Voting {3}    -  Roll Call
Asm.  12/19/2016  -  SUBSTITUTE FOR ACR205   -  Yes {0}  No {0}  Not Voting {80}  Abstains {0}  -  Voice Vote Passed
Asm.  12/19/2016  -  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   -  Yes {45}  No {32}  Not Voting {3}  Abstains {0}  -  Roll Call

 

Andrzejczak, Bob - No Auth, Robert - No Barclay, Arthur - Yes   Benson, Daniel R. - Yes Bramnick, Jon M. - No Brown, Chris A. - No   Bucco, Anthony M. - No Burzichelli, John J. - No Caputo, Ralph R. - Yes   Caride, Marlene - Yes Carroll, Michael Patrick - No Chaparro, Annette - Yes   Chiaravalloti, Nicholas - Yes Ciattarelli, Jack M. - No Clifton, Robert D. - No   Conaway, Herb, Jr. - Yes Coughlin, Craig J. - Not Voting Dancer, Ronald S. - No   Danielsen, Joe - Yes DeAngelo, Wayne P. - Yes DeCroce, BettyLou - No   DiMaio, John - No Downey, Joann - Yes Egan, Joseph V. - Yes   Eustace, Tim - Yes Giblin, Thomas P. - Yes Gove, DiAnne C. - No   Green, Jerry - Yes Greenwald, Louis D. - Yes Gusciora, Reed - Yes   Handlin, Amy H. - No Holley, Jamel C. - Yes Houghtaling, Eric - Yes   Howarth, Joe - No Jasey, Mila M. - Yes Jimenez, Angelica M. - Yes   Johnson, Gordon M. - Yes Jones, Patricia Egan - Yes Karabinchak, Robert J. - Yes   Kean, Sean T. - No Kennedy, James J. - Yes Lagana, Joseph A. - Yes   Lampitt, Pamela R. - Yes Land, R. Bruce - No Mazzeo, Vincent - Yes   McGuckin, Gregory P. - No McKeon, John F. - Yes McKnight, Angela V. - Yes   Moriarty, Paul D. - Yes Mosquera, Gabriela M. - Yes Mukherji, Raj - Yes   Munoz, Nancy F. - No Muoio, Elizabeth Maher - Yes O'Scanlon, Declan J., Jr. - No   Oliver, Sheila Y. - Yes Peterson, Erik - No Phoebus, Gail - No   Pinkin, Nancy J. - Yes Pintor Marin, Eliana - Yes Prieto, Vincent - Yes   Quijano, Annette - Not Voting Rible, David P. - No Rodriguez-Gregg, Maria - No   Rooney, Kevin J. - No Rumpf, Brian E. - No Russo, David C. - No   Schaer, Gary S. - Yes Schepisi, Holly - No Singleton, Troy - Not Voting   Space, Parker - No Sumter, Shavonda E. - Yes Taliaferro, Adam J. - No   Tucker, Cleopatra G. - Yes Vainieri Huttle, Valerie - Yes Watson, Blonnie R. - Yes   Webber, Jay - No Wimberly, Benjie E. - Yes Wisniewski, John S. - Yes   Wolfe, David W. - No Zwicker, Andrew - Yes

Senate -

 

Session Voting:
Sen.    10/20/2016  -  3RDG FINAL PASSAGE   -  Yes {22}  No {15}  Not Voting {3}    -  Roll Call

 

Oroho, Steven V. - NoPennacchio, Joseph - No Pou, Nellie - YesRice, Ronald L. - YesRuiz, M. Teresa - Not Voting Sacco, Nicholas J. - YesSarlo, Paul A. - YesScutari, Nicholas P. - Yes Singer, Robert W. - NoSmith, Bob - YesStack, Brian P. - Yes Sweeney, Stephen M. - YesThompson, Samuel D. - NoTurner, Shirley K. - Yes Van Drew, Jeff - Not VotingVitale, Joseph F. - YesWeinberg, Loretta - Yes Whelan, Jim - Yes


"Oppression breeds the ability to resist it."

#32 T Bill

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  • LocationNW Warren County
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Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:45 AM

Well, at least my reps all voted no, for what's it worth.


“A fear of weapons is a sign of retarded sexual and emotional maturity.” - Dr. Sigmund Freud

” … the right to defend one’s home and one’s person when attacked has been guaranteed through the ages by common law.” - Dr. Martin Luther King
"Men fight for liberty and win it with hard knocks. Their children, brought up easy, let it slip away again; poor fools. And their grand-children are once more slaves." - D. H. Lawrence
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#33 HBecwithFn7

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  • LocationTampa Bay Area, Florida

Posted 28 December 2016 - 09:56 AM

Well, at least my reps all voted no, for what's it worth.

 

As did my former reps.  



#34 Silence Dogood

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Posted 28 December 2016 - 12:11 PM

Pretty close to party lines, without going through it in detail.


"Oppression breeds the ability to resist it."

#35 voyager9

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  • LocationBurlington County
  • Home Range:Range 14

Posted 06 March 2017 - 06:11 PM

Dup #1

#36 voyager9

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Posted 06 March 2017 - 06:11 PM

Dup #2

#37 voyager9

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Posted 06 March 2017 - 06:12 PM

Dup #3

#38 voyager9

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  • LocationBurlington County
  • Home Range:Range 14

Posted 06 March 2017 - 06:12 PM

March 6, 2017 - This afternoon, Governor Christie announced that his administration has formally adopted his historic 2016 police regulations incrementally expanding right-to-carry to those facing serious threats, notwithstanding a series of procedural maneuvers by anti-gun lawmakers trying to kill those regulations since May of last year.

Outraged by even the slightest change empowering citizens to protect themselves, anti-gun lawmakers last year fast-tracked bills to kill the new regulations before they were even formally adopted. An obscure provision of the New Jersey Constitution allows the legislature to unilaterally invalidate regulations which conflict with legislative intent.

But the legislature has never expressed any intent over what precisely constitutes "justifiable need" to carry a handgun - that has been interpreted by the State Supreme Court, and the new Christie regulations are entirely consistent with that interpretation. Also, the legislature failed to comply with key technical requirements needed to invalidate the regulation, dooming their effort to failure.

"We applaud Governor Christie for adopting this new regulation despite the efforts of anti-gun lawmakers to kill it," said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "The Right to Bear Arms necessarily includes the right to self-defense with a firearm outside the home. Although 43 states recognize that right, New Jersey remains one of a handful of backward states that apparently prefer their citizens to be victims - except for legislators, who themselves enjoy the armed protection of State House security details. New Jersey's days denying right to carry to its citizens are numbered."

Police owe no duty to protect individual citizens - a troubling doctrine repeatedly affirmed by the U.S. Supreme Court. That means citizens are on their own in an emergency, yet those wishing to take responsibility for their own safety are blocked from doing so by New Jersey's absurdly and unconstitutionally restrictive carry law. In the era of increasing terror attacks, it is all the more important that citizens be empowered to defend themselves in an emergency. Governor Christie's newly adopted regulations represent an incremental improvement, allowing those facing "serious threats" to qualify.

Very interesting

So interesting I posted it 4 times. Yay me!


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#39 ChrisJM981

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Posted 06 March 2017 - 07:01 PM

Quadruple post.... I think that's a new record.
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Effective gun control is a well placed shot.

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#40 JohnnyB

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Posted 06 March 2017 - 07:11 PM

It was just his way to say it was very,very,very very interesting. Looks like we won a very, very, very, very small victory today!


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#41 voyager9

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  • LocationBurlington County
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Posted 06 March 2017 - 07:57 PM

Someone call Guinness. I need a few apparently. Though I don't get the cut/paste record, that goes to AVB.





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