Action Alert: Please call your reps, even Dems, about this week’s vote on HR38 aka National CCW

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Already received my canned response from Menendez  telling me he thanks me for my letter but is against CCW in NJ. 

Then amend the constitution or get the F out of the way. Man I hope he runs next year. Will allow a window for us to get another Republican into the senate.

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