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

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You can very easily use the NRA ILA link to contact your NJ Assembly Representatives to show your opposition to ACR117/ACR205 which will reject Christie's changes to justifiable need:




The vote is scheduled for today Monday December 19, 2016 at 13:00

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Any word on the vote yet?

I just fired up the browser to watch the Assembly session, but it looks like they've taken a recess

There are still members and staff in the chamber, but they're wandering around doing relatively nothing (which is the BEST thing for our Assembly to do!)



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Apparently, they succeeded.


Bearing Arms - NJ Lawmakers Deny appeal to fix 2nd Amendment Infringement...

Predictably, New Jersey’s anti-gun lawmakers claimed a “serious threats” standard was “too vague”

This was the best part. Hypocritical NewSpeak scumbags.



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