AB50 is slated to go to the Senate Public Safety Committee on July 1, 2003.
NOW is the time to write your State Senators and Legislators!!!
Go here and follow the links:
BTW - We BEAT the "Ammo Tax" and the ".50 Caliber Handgun Ban" and we can BEAT this too!
Thanks for the alert, Colt45man.
Email will be sent momentarily, followed by phone calls and snail mail and faxes over the next week.
Sent mine AGAIN!
AB50 was just withdrawn from consideration in today's Senate Public Safety Committee meeting. It might, and probably will, come back at any time at a future meeting of that committee, so keep up the pressure into Sacramento!!!
...so far, so good...
Hey, that's not super encouraging but it's the best news out of Excremento I've heard in a long time.
Must resist urge to fire 50 BMG rifle into the air in celebration...
any time? as in when there are no disenters present? after all thier fax machines, and email servers have cooled? after the mail trucks quit dragging in bags of disention? sounds like a ploy to me. one day in the future I expect a "surprise we passed it when you werent looking..." kind of deal.
letter from John Burt
The hearing on AB-50 that was scheduled for July 1st in the CA Senate Public
Safety Committee was postponed at the "Request of the author".
Assemblyman Koretz (D-Hollywood) removed his bill from the agenda just as the committee
convened at 10:40 AM on Tuesday. The hearing has been rescheduled for Tuesday
July 8th at 0830 AM in the same committee. FCSPI will be there.
You might want to go to the following URL for a current analysis of AB-50:
You will note that very few personal letters of opposition have come in on this
bill to the Senate Public Safety Committee. This is one of the biggest gauges
they use to judge how their constituents feel on a particular bill. We still
have a week left and need all the help and support we can get. Attached below is
the URL to get fax numbers, phone numbers and addresses of the members on the
Senate Public Safety Committee. Please send them a letter.
We have a dedicated volunteer from Assemblyman Koretzâ€™s own district in
Hollywood who will fax your letter to all Assembly & Senate members at no cost
to you if you get it to him. Please take advantage of this offer.
If you know of anyone that would like to fax their letters but can't do so
because of time, no fax machine, or cost in phone bills, let me know; they (or
you) can forward them to my fax, and I will fax them to ALL 80 local/Sacramento
fax numbers for them for free! Surprisingly, the faxes really are getting
Ron's fax number is 310-551-6841 or send copies to: Ron Hess, P.O. Box 965,
Los Angeles, CA 90078 . He will be sure they all get faxed as fast as he
Senate Public Safety Committee: (AB50) The phone number for this committee is
(916) 322-1305 FAX: (916) 445-4688. A complete listing of all of the members
of the Senate Public Safety Committee phone/fax/email information can be found
at: www.nramemberscouncils.com/legs/senpubsafety.shtml . Also, you can
send a single email to each of the Senate Public Safety Committee Members by
using the special "ONE CLICK" email address that you can find at:
www.nramemberscouncils.com/legs.shtml . By sending one email to the
special "ONE CLICK" address, each one of the Senate Public Safety Committee
Members will receive a copy of your message (so it is probably a good idea to
address your messages with: Dear Senator,).
Yours in Freedom,
John Burtt, Chmn
Sent e-mails off to all of them...