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  1. Based on violating the Takings Clause, it makes the State easier to sue if not grandfathered.
  2. See above - A2761 passed along party lines. Get the lawyers cued up for injunction.
  3. A2761 Aca (1R) Reduces maximum capacity of ammunition magazines to 10 rounds; exempts firearms with .22 caliber tubular magazines from 10 round limitation. Passed Assembly Identical Bill Number: S102 Last Session Bill Number: A3327 S818 Greenwald, Louis D. as Primary Sponsor Quijano, Annette as Primary Sponsor Johnson, Gordon M. as Primary Sponsor Holley, Jamel C. as Primary Sponsor Moriarty, Paul D. as Primary Sponsor Murphy, Carol A. as Co-Sponsor Caputo, Ralph R. as Co-Sponsor Eustace, Tim as Co-Sponsor Vainieri Huttle, Valerie as Co-Sponsor Mosquera, Gabriela M. as Co-Sponsor Downey, Joann as Co-Sponsor Houghtaling, Eric as Co-Sponsor 2/1/2018 Introduced, Referred to Assembly Judiciary Committee 3/5/2018 Reported and Referred to Assembly Appropriations Committee 3/22/2018 Reported out of Assembly Comm. with Amendments, 2nd Reading 3/26/2018 Motion To Aa (Rooney) 3/26/2018 Motion To Table (Pintor Marin) (49-26-0) 3/26/2018 Passed by the Assembly (48-25-3) Statement - AJU 02/28/18 - 1 pages PDF Format HTML Format Introduced - - 9 pages PDF Format HTML Format Reprint - - 17 pages PDF Format HTML Format Statement - AAP 3/22/18 - 3 pages PDF Format HTML Format Committee Voting: AJU 2/28/2018 - r/favorably - Yes {5} No {1} Not Voting {1} Abstains {0} - Roll Call AAP 3/22/2018 - r/Aca - Yes {7} No {3} Not Voting {1} Abstains {0} - Roll Call
  4. I certainly hope that we can turn out a decent sized group. Donna Simon will be one of the speakers.
  5. On the front page at FoxNews.com today - http://www.foxnews.com/us/2018/03/18/uproar-after-new-jersey-high-school-allegedly-suspends-students-over-gun-range-photo.html As a result, I wouldn't be surprised to see this on Tucker or Hannity tonight (Monday 3/19). The 'school overreach' story dovetails nicely with public schools' involvement with the Student Walkout, which is blatantly unconstitutional.
  6. I thought the whole point of a pistol was so that you could "fight your way to your carbine," or shotgun, or ?
  7. Whatever you make, be certain that they are better than these (it's a low bar): https://www.mrctv.org/blog/here-are-some-dumbest-anti-gun-signs-walkout-wednesday
  8. Also don't attach any signs to wooden sticks. They assume that they could be weapons. Seriously.
  9. Katie - you wrote: "The students and adults called for passage of "common sense" gun control measures that have eluded policymakers in Washington, including curtailing civilian access to military-style weapons and voting out lawmakers who accept money from the gun lobby and fail to move on gun control." What you're missing is: What these folks refer to as "common sense" gun control measures don't make ANY sense. It's not common sense AT ALL to limit magazine size or bayonet lugs or to tax ammunition at 50%. Yet journalists all over the US, with few exceptions, continue to parrot such talking points ('assault rifles' blah, blah, blah) without question. Journalism today has largely betrayed the actual interests of The People. Journalists DO this by allowing 'talking points' to stand and not questioning them. When lawmakers stand up for the Constitution, consistent with their oaths of office, making decisions on behalf of The People, this is not "policies eluding them." What the talking points are calling "The gun lobby" are your fellow ordinary Americans who are members of the NRA, whose membership is growing. You're meeting some of them now. New Jersey treats us as "felons in waiting." Nothing could be further from the truth. "Access to military-style weapons" "Style" doesn't harm anyone. "Weapons of War" are not 'on our streets.' (what does that mean, any way?) I see the APP covers gun control rallies. Why don't you cover the gun OWNER rally in Trenton on March 26?
  10. Next round coming ... I'll BE a grandfather by the time all the lawsuits are won
  11. ANTI-GUN LEGISLATIVE HEARINGS FOLLOWUP The hundreds of gun owners who packed the Assembly Judiciary Committee hearing on February 28, and the thousands who called and wrote, have had an impact on the legislative process. ANJRPC's sources inside the State House report that there may be a move to amend the legislation in response to the testimony. The bills that passed out of Assembly committee were originally scheduled to go to another Assembly committee on Monday, March 5, but that action has been put on hold as of this writing. Also, the upcoming Senate Law & Public Safety Committee meeting scheduled for Thursday March 8 - at which we were anticipating the first round of Senate anti-gun hearings - has been cancelled. There are limited hearing dates scheduled between now and March 26, when both the full Senate and full Assembly next have voting sessions to send legislation to the Governor. If the gun bills are not voted on that day, they very likely won't be voted on until May, due to April budget recess. ANJRPC is monitoring the situation closely and will issue udpates as it unfolds. In the meanwhile, it seems that amendments are coming. This shows how important it is for gun owners to make their voices heard, even when the odds seem insurmountable and the effort feels futile. ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach being interviewed at Wednesday's hearing ANJRPC, Executive VP Anthony Colandro testifying, ANJRPC Regional VP Larry Braico testifying MARCH 26 GUN OWNER RALLY UPDATE Social media has been abuzz since our announcement earlier this week of a March 26th gun owner rally in Trenton sponsored by ANJRPC and NRA. In 3 days, over 800 people have said they will attend - and we haven't even announced details or logistics yet! The rally has been timed to coincide with the anticipated date that both houses of the legislature will be in full session and voting on the first wave of anti-gun legislation. The rally will be at the Trenton War Memorial, one block from the State House. ANJRPC and NRA are planning a morning rally followed by a march to the Senate and Assembly chambers, where we will pack the galleries and make sure legislators know we are watching as they vote. Plan on spending the entire day. Please stay tuned for details, which will be forthcoming from ANJRPC and NRA soon. We do anticipate providing bus transportation from key locations around the state, for those who do not wish to drive to Trenton. War Memorial Trenton, NJ RIGHT TO CARRY CASE UPDATE - CALLING ALL PLAINTIFFS! The February 5 announcement of ANJRPC's new right to carry lawsuit in federal court sent shockwaves through Trenton, as anti-gun lawmakers realized that their clamor to kill all forms of right to carry is in jeopardy. NRA is strongly supporting the case. The State's response to the lawsuit is due in mid-March, and it is likely that they will move to dismiss the case - to try to kill it in its infancy. ANJRPC is ready for battle, and intends to take the case all the way to the U.S Supreme Court if necessary. In the meanwhile, ANJRPC is still looking for additional potential plaintiffs to add to the case. If you've recently been denied a carry permit in New Jersey, please contact ANJRPC as soon as possible at [email protected] Under New Jersey law, a permit to carry a handgun may be issued only to those citizens who show that they face a unique need for self-defense - such as specific, documented death threats or actual attacks. Ordinary citizens are barred from carrying a handgun outside the home for self-defense, under threat of up to 10 years in prison. The lawsuit seeks to overturn New Jersey's carry law on the ground that it violates the Second Amendment. Click here to see a copy of the complaint in the case. PLEASE SUPPORT OUR EFFORTS WE NEED YOUR HELP! Please support ANJRPC as we lead the fight to defend Freedom in New Jersey. Gun owners are facing a perfect storm in the State House as anti-gun lawmakers abuse their power to target the Second Amendment instead of punishing criminal behavior. Please support our work to fight back, to advance right to carry, to rally gun owners at this critical time in history. Join ANJRPC here. Donate to ANJRPC here. Subscribe to our free email alerts here. Please forward this email to every gun owner you know, and if you don't already receive alerts from ANJRPC, please subscribe to our free email alerts for the latest Second Amendment breaking news and action alerts. About ANJRPC: The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs is the official New Jersey affiliate of the NRA, and is New Jersey's oldest, largest, and most effective Second Amendment advocacy organization. <click here for the online version of this alert> _________________________________________________________ The Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs is the official NRA state affiliate in the Garden State _________________________________________________________________
  12. Fed up? Let them know. SAVE THE DATE! GUN OWNER RALLY MARCH 26 A gun owner rally sponsored by ANJRPC and NRA is scheduled to be held in Trenton on Monday, March 26 -- the same day that both houses of the legislature are scheduled to be in full session, and very likely voting on the first wave of gun bills that emerge from committees in the next few weeks. Please join us for a morning rally close to the State House, followed by a march to the Senate and Assembly chambers where we will pack the galleries and make sure legislators know we are watching as they vote. Plan on spending the entire day. Additional details will be forthcoming, but save the date!
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