You are Needed at the Capitol, Tuesday, April 17!

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If you have been waiting for the right day to come to the Capitol, the day has arrived. On Tuesday, April 17, 2018 seven over-reaching anti-gun bills will be heard, and one really good pro-gun bill will be heard. WE NEED THE TROOPS TO SHOW UP IN LARGE NUMBERS! If you can take off work, this is the day to do it. If you are a K-12 teacher, we need your support for Rep. Blake MIGUEZ’s bill. The Michael Bloomberg backed Mothers Demand Action will show up and tell us how terrible it is for teachers to be able to protect their children in the event of an attack. It is complete irrational nonsense and we need pro-gun teachers there to refute their claims.

House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee
Tuesday, April 17, 8:30 AM Committee Room 6

OPPOSE: HB277 by Rep. Denise Marcelle (D-61) Prohibits the sale of assault rifles to any person under the age of twenty-one years.

OPPOSE: HB400 by Rep. John Bagneris (D-100) – Creates the crime of illegally purchasing or selling a firearm according to criminal defense lawyers from Mineola area. Note that Rep. Bagneris recently said during testimony that he would like to see the “antiquated Second Amendment repealed.”

OPPOSE: HB473 by Rep. Patricia Smith (D-67) – Prohibits the importation, manufacture, sale, purchase, possession, or transfer of a rapid-fire device.

OPPOSE: HB736 by Rep. Terry Landry (D-96) – Provides relative to the possession, transfer, registration, license to possess, and surrender of an assault weapon

OPPOSE: HB852 by Rep. Gary Carter (D-102) – Creates the crime of illegally purchasing or selling a firearm

SUPPORT: HB602 by Rep. Blake Miguez (R-49) – Provides relative to the carrying of a concealed handgun at a school

Call these Legislators Today and Tell them:


Click here to email these Representatives

Sherman Mack, (R, Albany)
(225) 567-3677

Steve Pylant (R, Winnsoboro)
(318) 435-7313

Tony Bacala (R, Prairieville)
(225) 677-8020

Raymond Crews (R, Bossier City)
(318) 716-7532

Stephen Dwight (R, Lake Charles)
(337) 491-2315

Lowell “Chris” Hazel (R, Pineville)

Valarie Hodges (R, Denham Springs)
(225) 791-2199

Frank Howard (R, Many)
(318) 256-4135

Joseph Marino (I, Gretna)
(504) 361-6013

John Stefanski (R, Crowley)
(337) 384-8999

Senate Judiciary B Committee
Tuesday, April 17, 2018, 2:30 PM Committee Room E

OPPOSE: SB185, by Sen. Wesley Bishop (D-4), would allow counties and local municipalities throughout the state to pass their own gun control laws, creating a patchwork of different laws from parish to parish or city to city. It eliminates the authority of state laws over local ordinances and regulations. Firearm preemption laws ensure that fundamental rights are not diluted or distorted through local ordinances and prevents a confusing patchwork of regulations that make it difficult for otherwise law-abiding citizens to follow the law. Further, citizens in one city deserve the same rights and powers as citizens in the neighboring town

As early as Monday, SB491 is expected to be considered on the Senate Floor (see below for details). This bill was allowed out of this very committee when Senate Judiciary B Committee Chairman Sen. Gary Smith chose not to vote on the bill. You may contact Sen. Smith by calling him AND by emailing him to tell him your opinion of his decision. Thanks to Sen. Smith, we now have to defeat this bad bill on the Senate floor.

Please call each committee member and ask them to VOTE NO ON SB185.
Senator Gary Smith (Chairman)
Norco, LA
(985) 764-9122

Senator Ronnie Johns (Vice-Chairman)
Lake Charles, LA
(337) 491-2016

Senator Norbèrt N. “Norby” Chabert
Houma, LA
(985) 858-2927

Senator Eric LaFleur
Ville Platte, LA
(337) 363-5019
(877) 396-4600

Senator Jean-Paul J. Morrell
New Orleans, LA
(504) 284-4794

Senator Karen Carter Peterson
New Orleans, LA
(504) 568-8346

Senator Gregory Tarver
Shreveport, LA
(318) 227-1499

We cannot afford to lose even one Republican vote on these committees. We MUST flood them with requests to SUPPORT GUN RIGHTS. VOTE NO ON ALL GUN CONTROL BILLS!

Update on Other Anti-Gun Bills

OPPOSED BY LSA: As early as Monday, SB491 is expected to be considered on the Senate Floor. Please contact your state Senator and urge them to OPPOSE SB491 when it comes up for a vote. SB491, by Sen. Troy Carter (D-7), bans the importation, manufacture, sale, purchase, possession, or transfer of bump stocks and other “rapid-fire” devices. The broad and overreaching language could potentially criminalize firearm modifications such as competition triggers, and ergonomic changes that are commonly done by law-abiding gun owners to make their firearms more suitable for self-defense, competition, hunting, or even overcoming disability. Please contact your state Senator at 225-342-2040 and urge them to vote against SB491. To locate who represents you, please click here.

OPPOSED BY LSA: SB155 (Troy Carter, D) Prohibits the sale of weapons to any person under the age of twenty-one. The bill was voluntarily deferred by the author at the Judiciary C Committee.

OPPOSED BY LSA: SB274 (Troy Carter, D) Prohibits sale of “assault weapons” to any person under the age of twenty-one. The bill passed out of the Judiciary C Committee on a vote of 4 to 3. The bill was heard in the Senate and was defeated by a vote of 9 Yeas to 26 Nays. Mr. Carter asked to have the Senate reconsider the bill.

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