Archive for February 1st, 2017

Wyoming Politics:Bloodbaths and carnage Trojan Horse Amemendments.

February 1, 2017
HB 194 is a Trojan Horse designed to create free fire zones so that people can be butchered. A vote in favor of HB 194 is a vote for carnage either as a stand alone bill, or as an amendment. Support and co – sponsor HB 136 with no amendments.
 Contact your state Representatives and Senators now!
I need you to pick up the phone and call your Representative right now — and insist he support HB136 with no weakening amendments and oppose HB194!

(Not sure who your representative is — click here to find out.)

1.   You can call the House switchboard and they’ll      connect you automatically based on your address. The      number to call is (866)-996-8683.

2.   You can also email your legislator; a list of their      emails can be seen here.

3.   Of course, most of them are on Facebook and can      receive messages. So feel free to send them a message      that way, too.

This is a new era in Wyoming.

The people have sent new leadership to Cheyenne and we can’t let them chip away at the Second Amendment as their first order of business!

We can’t let them set the precedence that the Second Amendment is something to be tinkered with.

Please stand with us and act fast!

For Freedom,
David Ball
President

P.S. Both good AND bad gun bills are moving in Cheyenne!

Thanks to you, both HB136 and HB 137 “Campus Carry” and “Repeal Gun Free Zones” have passed the first full House vote and are scheduled to be heard again this week
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Unfortunately, the House also passed Rep. Eklund’s “Trojan Horse” gun bill — HB194 — as well, which would gut any meaningful “Campus Carry” legislation by allowing each school district to set their own policies and by publishing the names of gun owners who carry on campus!

I need your help right away!

Please contact your legislator now — using the information above — and tell him to vote “NO!” on HB194, whether on the floor or if it’s filed as an amendment
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