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Bills  To OPPOSE
S138  S140  S1074  H561
Bills  To Support
S658  H1003
WITH YOUR RIGHTS THEY ARE A MESS'N ....... 
WHEN THE LEGISLATURE IS IN SESSION
2009
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ACTIVISM  101
#1
Contact your Senator
and Representative via phone, fax, email or letter and voice your firm opposition to these anti-gun bills.
Ask for an appointment to meet face to face in their local office. Set up an ongoing appointment any time they are back in the local office.
#2
Whenever Committee links are listed, contact the Committee members and voice your firm opposition to these GUN FIGHT anti-gun bills.
Voice your Full Support to the committees for the BILLS TO SUPPORT
Follow up with a copy to your Representative and Senator, Pro or Con.
#3
Join a Florida firearms owners rights group. Encourage the group to oppose these bills in any way possible and especially with
Press Releases and Letters To The Editor from the group.
WORK TO VOTE
ANTI  FIREARMS LEGISLATORS  OUT !
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BILLS TO OPPOSE BELOW


S138 TRACK BILL HERE

Contact the Committee members

Criminal Justice

Judiciary

Criminal and Civil Justice
Appropriations

and voice your firm opposition to these
GUN FIGHT anti-gun bills.
Oppose This Bill
 SHOOT IT DOWN

GOOD SHOOT'n

Died in Committee
on Criminal Justice
S138     GENERAL BILL by Bullard - DEMOCRAT 
Culpable Negligence/Assault Weapons [SPSC]; Cites this act as the
"Officer Jose Somohano Assault Weapons Act." Prohibits storing or
leaving an assault weapon within the reach or easy access of another
person if the person obtains the weapon and uses it to inflict injury or
death. Provides criminal penalties. Conforms provisions of the offense
severity ranking chart of the Criminal Punishment Code, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: 07/01/2009.
12/03/08 SENATE Filed
12/17/08 SENATE COMMITTEE Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary;
Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations
03/03/09 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Criminal
                  and Civil Justice Appropriations -SJ 00027

Died in Committee on Criminal Justice
 
S140 TRACK BILL HERE

Contact the Committee members

Commerce;

Criminal Justice;

General Government
Appropriations

and voice your firm opposition to these
GUN FIGHT anti-gun bills.
Oppose This Bill

 SHOOT IT DOWN

GOOD SHOOT'n

Died in Committee
on Commerce

S140     GENERAL BILL by Bullard - DEMOCRAT 
Concealed Weapon or Firearm Licensure [CPSC]; Revises conditions
precedent to the issuance of a license to carry a concealed weapon or
firearm. Revises conditions under which a license to carry a concealed
weapon or firearm is suspended or revoked and under which an application
for such license is denied or the processing thereof suspended. Makes
technical corrections. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2009.
12/03/08 SENATE Filed
12/17/08 SENATE COMMITTEE Referred to Commerce; Criminal Justice; General Government
                  Appropriations

03/03/09 SENATE Introduced, referred to Commerce; Criminal Justice; General
                  Government Appropriations -SJ 00028
Died in Committee on Commerce

S1074 TRACK BILL HERE

Contact the Committee members

Criminal Justice;

Judiciary;

Criminal and Civil
Justice Appropriations

and voice your firm opposition to these
GUN FIGHT anti-gun bills.
Oppose This Bill

 SHOOT IT DOWN

  GOOD SHOOT'n

WITHDRAWN
S1074    GENERAL BILL by Baker  (Identical H 0561)
Carrying of Concealed Weapons or Firearms/Judges [SPSC]; Provides that
any county court judge, circuit court judge, district court of appeal
judge, justice of the Supreme Court, federal district court judge, or
federal court of appeals judge serving in this state, or such a judge
who is retired or on senior status, and in compliance with specified
requirements shall be allowed to carry a concealed weapon or firearm at
any time and into any place or facility in the state, etc. EFFECTIVE
DATE: Upon becoming law.
01/29/09 SENATE Filed
02/05/09 SENATE Referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Criminal and Civil
                  Justice Appropriations

03/03/09 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Judiciary; Criminal
                  and Civil Justice Appropriations -SJ 00080
03/13/09 SENATE Pending withdrawal

Withdrawn from further consideration -SJ 00243

H561 TRACK BILL HERE

Contact the Committee members

Agriculture & Natural Resources

Public Safety & Domestic Security

Civil Justice & Courts Policy

General Government Policy

and voice your firm opposition to these
GUN FIGHT anti-gun bills.
Oppose This Bill 

 SHOOT IT DOWN

GOOD SHOOT'n

Died in Committee
on Ag & Nat. Res. Policy


H561     GENERAL BILL by Dorworth; (CO-SPONSORS) Bovo; Burgin; Horner; O'Toole
(Identical S 1074)
Carrying of Concealed Weapons or Firearms; Provides that any county
court judge, circuit court judge, district court of appeal judge,
justice of Supreme Court, federal district court judge, or federal court
of appeals judge serving in this state, or such a judge who is retired
or on senior status, & in compliance with specified requirements shall
be allowed to carry concealed weapon or firearm at any time & into any
place or facility in state; provides exceptions. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon
becoming law.
01/20/09 HOUSE Filed
02/12/09 HOUSE Referred to Agriculture & Natural Resources Policy (GGPC);
                  Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP); Civil
                  Justice & Courts Policy
(CCJP); General Government Policy
                  Council

03/03/09 HOUSE Introduced, referred to Agriculture & Natural Resources
                  Policy (GGPC); Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy
                  (CCJP); Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP); General
                  Government Policy Council -HJ 00051
03/06/09 HOUSE On Committee agenda-- Agriculture & Natural Resources Policy
                  (GGPC), 03/10/09, 8:00 am, Reed Hall --Removed from agenda

Died in Committee on Agriculture & Natural Resources Policy



BILLS TO SUPPORT BELOW


S658 TRACK BILL HERE


Contact the Committee members

Criminal Justice;

Criminal and Civil
Justice Appropriations;

Rules

Voice your Full Support For These Bills

SUPPORT THIS BILL
 

Passed, refer to HB 1003

 
S658     GENERAL BILL by Baker  (Similar H 1003)
Sale and Delivery of Firearms [SPSC]; Requires a review of the
provisions relating to the sale of firearms before a fee for processing
a criminal history check on purchasers may be increased. Deletes a
future repeal. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2009.
01/13/09 SENATE Filed
01/23/09 SENATE Referred to Criminal Justice; Criminal and Civil Justice
                  Appropriations
; Rules
02/25/09 SENATE On Committee agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/04/09, 1:00 pm,
                  37-S
03/03/09 SENATE Introduced, referred to Criminal Justice; Criminal and Civil
                  Justice Appropriations; Rules -SJ 00057; On Committee
                  agenda-- Criminal Justice, 03/04/09, 1:00 pm, 37-S
03/04/09 SENATE Favorable by Criminal Justice; YEAS 8 NAYS 0 -SJ 00140;
                  Now in Criminal and Civil Justice Appropriations -SJ 00140
Passed, refer to HB 1003 (Ch. 2009-233) -SJ 00703

Approved by the Governor June 24, 2009
Filed in Office Secretary of State June 24, 2009

H1003 TRACK BILL HERE

Contact the Committee members

Public Safety & Domestic Security

Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council

Criminal & Civil Justice Appropriations

Full Appropriations Council on
General Government & Health Care


Voice your Full Support For These Bills
SUPPORT THIS BILL

06/15/09   Signed by Officers and
presented to Governor
06/24/09   Approved by Governor;

 

H1003    GENERAL BILL by Drake  (Similar S 0658)
Sale and Delivery of Firearms; Deletes future repeal of provisions
governing sale & delivery of firearms; requires review of provisions
before limit on FDLE fee for processing criminal history check on
purchasers may be increased. EFFECTIVE DATE: 07/01/2009.
02/19/09 HOUSE Filed
03/03/09 HOUSE Introduced -HJ 00079
03/05/09 HOUSE Referred to Public Safety & Domestic Security Policy (CCJP);
                  Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council; Criminal & Civil
                  Justice Appropriations
(CGHC); Full Appropriations Council on
                  General Government & Health Care
-HJ 00182
03/13/09 HOUSE On Committee agenda-- Public Safety & Domestic Security
                  Policy (CCJP), 03/17/09, 8:45 am, 404-H

06/15/09   Signed by Officers and presented to Governor
06/24/09   Approved by Governor; Chapter No. 2009-233

 

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The Origins Of U.S. Gun Control
Concealed Carry Info Link
Including States Recognizing
Florida Licenses
US Appeals Court / DC Circuit rules
2nd Amendment an individual right
http://www.nraila.org/media/PDFs/dccourt04_7041a.pdf

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