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CGSSA Information: SB53 Refused on Third Reading

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CGSSA Information: SB53 Refused on Third Reading

AUG 2014 Bill Updates

BY Jacob Rascon, (aka) Pennys Dad
President of CGSSA
CALGUNS Shooting Sports Association.
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“California Shooting Sports Community”

Standing Together We Maintain Our Rights,

Speaking Together We Will Further Them.

SB53 

Vote: 35 to 35

 Congratulations California  

LAST HIST. ACT. DATE:  08/30/2014

Read third time.  Refused passage.

FILE:  ASM THIRD READING

CURRENT BILL STATUS Refused passage.

 Know their timelines

Dates to know for this year:

Aug. 31 Last day for each house to pass bills

Sep. 30 Last day for Governor to sign or veto bills passed by the Legislature before Sept. 1 and in the Governor’s possession on or after Sept. 1



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CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: DAY FIVE – VOTE NO on AB1014 and SB53 – CALL/FAX/EMAIL TODAY

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CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: DAY FIVE – VOTE NO on AB1014 and SB53 – CALL/FAX/EMAIL TODAY

Contact All Assembly Members TODAY and state, Hunters and Sportsmen Do Not support ammunition sales restrictions and registration or allowing our gun rights to be stripped away with restraining orders.

Make our “California Shooting Sports Community” Voice Heard!

“California Shooting Sports Community” 
Standing Together We Maintain Our Rights, 
Speaking Together We Will Further Them. 

CALL and FAX

California Legislature

Assembly Public Safety Committee Members

Name

Party

District

Sac. Phone

Local Phone

Sac. FAX

Tom Ammiano

 D

 17

 (916) 319-2017

 (415) 557-3013

 (916) 319-2117

 Melissa A. Melendez

 R

 67

 (916) 319-2067

 (951) 894-1232

 (916) 319-2167

 Reginald B. Jones-Sawyer

 D

 59

 (916) 319-2059

 (916) 319-2159

 Bill Quirk

 D

 20

 (916) 319-2020

 (510) 583-8818

 (916) 319-2120

 Nancy Skinner

 D

 15

 (916) 319-2015

 (510) 286-1400

 (916) 319-2115

 Marie Waldron

 R

 75

 (916) 319-2075

 (760) 480-7570

 (916) 319-2175

Email Them

1 MINUTE EMAIL CAMPAIGN

CALNRA “ONE click” email address:  [email protected]

Copy the email address into your “To:”

Subject line:  Please Vote NO on SB 53 and AB 1014

Message Body:  Example below

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Individual Email Addresses

[email protected]

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[email protected]

[email protected]

[email protected]

 Know their timelines

Dates to know for this year:

Aug. 31 Last day for each house to pass bills

Sep. 30 Last day for Governor to sign or veto bills passed by the Legislature before Sept. 1 and in the Governor’s possession on or after Sept. 1

 


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CGSSA SPECIAL “CALL TO ACTION”

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8-28-2014 11-45-09 AM

FROM THE CAPITOL:

This is a SPECIAL “CALL TO ACTION”

AB1014 is set for a APS Comm hearing tomorrow morning.
“Assembly Public Safety Committee at 9:30 am, TOMORROW, Friday, August 29”

BE AWARE “APS committee members” have set up “auto-responder” messages stating that aren’t receiving the messages that they getting.

THEY ARE GETTING HAMMERED, KEEP IT UP.

CALNRA PROVIDED TOOLS

http://www.nramemberscouncils.com/legs/asmpubsafety.shtml

http://www.nramemberscouncils.com/legs.shtml#oneclick


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CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: DAY FOUR – VOTE “NO” REMINDER THURSDAY – CALL TODAY

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CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: DAY FOUR – VOTE “NO” REMINDER THURSDAY –
CALL TODAY

CALL TODAY on AB1014 and SB53 – CALL TODAY
VOTE “NO” REMINDER THURSDAY

Lets keep up the calls, emails, faxes and
keep our Community Voice Known.

“California Shooting Sports Community”
Standing Together We Maintain Our Rights,
Speaking Together We Will Further Them.

Senator Hueso
Office: 916-651-4040
Fax: 916-651-4940
E-mail: [email protected]

Senator Wolk
Office: 916-651-4003
Fax: 916-651-4903
Email: [email protected]

Senator Beall
Office: (916) 651-4015
Fax: (916) 651-4915
E-mail: [email protected]

 


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CGSSA Alert: Campaign for National Monument status in San Gabriels

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CGSSA Alert: Campaign for National Monument status in San Gabriels

Subject: Campaign for National Monument status in San Gabriels- Meeting tonight 08/26/14 1600 hrs in Baldwin Park CA

National Monument status for the San Gabriels may mean no hunting at some time, either through additional access limitations from the current Wilderness designations or that National Monuments can come under the auspices of the National Park Service (Pinnacles is an example of this.). Watershed issues implied too.
Congresswoman Judy Chu is backing this movement, apparently. She’s a Dem from Pasadena/Flintridge, Husband is Mike Eng (former mayor of Monterey Park, CA State Assembly, and currently with Eng and Nishimura doing immigration law.
National monument issues can result in shooting ban attempts like in Arizona.

[B]EVENT DETAILS:
Who: Friend, family, neighbors and you!
What: San Gabriel Mountains Community Meeting
When: Tuesday, August 26, 4:00 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
Where: Baldwin Park Performing Arts Center – 4640 North Maine Avenue, Baldwin Park, CA 91706[/B]

[URL=”http://www.sangabrielmountains.org/RSVP_obama_administration_community_meeting”]Information Page[/URL]
[URL=”http://chu.house.gov/press-release/rep-chu-introduces-bill-create-san-gabriel-national-recreation-area”]Judy Chu Page[/URL]


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CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: Vote No on AB1014 and SB53 – CALL TODAY

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National Rifle Association of America

FLOOR ALERT

RE: Senate Bill 53 (DeLeon) Ammunition purchase permits

POSITION: OPPOSE

CGSSA CALL TO ACTION: Vote No on AB1014 and SB53 – CALL TODAY

THE FIGHT TO STOP SB53 AMMO SALES RESTRICTIONS/REGISTRATION AND AB1014 GUN VIOLENCE RESTRAINING ORDERS HEATS UP AT THE STATE CAPITOL
CALL, FAX AND EMAIL
LOIS WOLK SENATOR DISTRICT 3.
ASK SENATOR WOLK TO VOTE NO ON AB1014 AND
SB53 PROPOSED AMENDMENTS INCLUDED are a BAD BILL…

SENATOR WOLK
PHONE (916) 651-4003, FAX (916) 651-4903
EMAIL – [email protected]

 

Senate Bill 53 seeks to require registration of all ammunition purchases and would require tens of MILLIONS of Californians to obtain a permit to purchase ammunition.

  • The permit application process requires the fingerprinting of the applicant by law enforcement agencies
  • Paying permit fees and up to 30 days of processing/ waiting time to obtain the permit from the California Department of Justice that will only be valid for 2 years.
  • The permit processing will vastly increase the workload of the Department of Justice and local law enforcement agencies that do not possess the manpower or the infrastructure to process the MILLIONS of applicants every year.

The supporters of SB 53 testified that the intend use of the ammunition purchase permit and the registration of ammunition purchases is to “monitor” and have active surveillance of individual Californians.

The clear intent of the proponents of SB53 is to invade the privacy of citizens and use law enforcement resources to investigate anyone they deem to have purchased “too much” ammunition or have purchased ammunition for a firearm that is NOT registered to them.

The personal information that is required to be surrendered to and retained by retailers and electronically transferred to the Department of Justice in the registration requirements of ammunition purchasers would expose millions of firearms owners to threats of identity theft.

The reporting of ammunition sales failed at the federal level.  In 1986, the director of the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco and Firearms supported eliminating the registration requirement, stating: “The Bureau and the [Treasury] Department have recognized that current recordkeeping requirements for ammunition have no substantial law enforcement value.” The Firearms Owners Protection Act of 1986 repealed the federal law.

In 2011, Governor Brown stated in a vetoing an ammunition sales registration bill, that NO additional ammunition registration bills should be enacted prior to resolution of Parker v. California, which has enjoined the enforcement of the current California law to register handgun ammunition sales. That case is still pending before the Fifth District of the California Court of Appeals.

The California State Sheriffs Association does NOT support SB53 and a growing number of Sheriffs are opposing the passage of SB53.

ON BEHALF OF THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION, WE RESPECTFULLY REQUEST A NO VOTE ON SB53


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Sheriff Stan Sniff, Attorney’s C. D. Michel, Sean Brady of Michel & Associates and Paul Payne

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Sheriff Stan Sniff had another long-scheduled meeting Thursday, July 10th, with the NRA, attorney’s C. D. Michel and Sean Brady of Michel & Associates

https://www.facebook.com/sheriffstan.sniff?hc_location=timeline 


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CGSSA Special Notice: Oppose SB 53 “Sheriff Sniff to Senator De Leon”

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Call To Action: Los Angeles City Council Moves Forward to Ban Possession of Standard Capacity Magazines (Greater Than 10 Rounds) In The City Limits.

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[QUOTE][B]SUBJECT:  ACTION REQUIRED:
Los Angeles City Council Moves Forward to Ban Possession of Standard Capacity Magazines (Greater Than 10 Rounds) In The City Limits.[/B][/QUOTE]
Attention Everyone,
This Friday (06/27/14) the Los Angeles City Committee on Public Safety will be considering Council File 13-0068 which is a ban on the possession of Standard Capacity Ammunition Feeding Devices (Magazines) with a capacity of greater than 10 rounds within the city limits.
That means you will not able to even travel through the city of Los Angeles to a range with your lawful owned magazines without breaking the law.
Please CALL AND WRITE all the representatives of the committee and your local council district representatives and let them know that this will put an undo burden on their constituents who enjoy recreational and competitive shooting, and that you strongly urge them and their colleagues to vote against this ordinance.
Here are the members of the committee and their contact info:
District 12 – Mitchell Englander – [email protected]
200 N. Spring St., Room 405, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 473-7012 Fax: (213) 473-6925
9207 Oakdale Ave., Chatsworth, CA 91311
Phone: (818) 882-1212 Fax: (818) 701-5254
District 15 – Joe Buscaino – [email protected]
200 N. Spring Street, Room 425, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213)-473-7015 Fax: (213)-626-5431
638 S. Beacon St. Suite 552, San Pedro, CA 90731
Phone: (310)-732-4515 Fax: (310)-732-4500
10221 Compton Ave. Suite 200, Los Angeles, CA 90002
Phone: (213)-473-5128 Fax: (213)-473-5132
District 11 – Mike Bonin – [email protected]
200 N. Spring St. #475, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213)-473-7011 Fax:
1645 Corinth Ave., Los Angeles, CA 90025
Phone: (310)-575-8461 Fax:
Westchester District Office
7166 W. Manchester Dr., Los Angeles, CA 90045
Phone: (310)-568-8772 Fax:
District 13 – Mitch O’Farrell – [email protected]
200 N. Spring St., Room 450, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213)-473-7013 Fax: (213)-473-7734 (F)
5500 Hollywood Blvd, 4th Floor, Los Angeles, CA 90028
Phone: (323)-957-4500 Fax: (323)-957-6841
District 6 – Nury Martinez – [email protected]
200 N. Spring Street, Room 425, Los Angeles, CA 90012
Phone: (213) 473-7006 Fax: (213) 847-0549
14410 Sylvan Street, Suite 215, Van Nuys, CA 91401
Phone: (818) 778-4999 Fax: (818) 778-4998
9300 Laurel Canyon Blvd., 2nd Floor, Sun Valley, CA 91331
Phone: (818) 771-0236 Fax: (818) 767-782

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