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Medical Privacy for Gun Owners Bill – SB 432
Criminal Justice Committee Hearing Scheduled for 2/22/11

Florida Carry

Florida Carry

Florida --( SB 432 is on the agenda of the FL Senate Committee on Criminal Justice on Tuesday, February 22nd at 9:00am.

Florida Carry, Inc. urgently requests that the membership call the phone numbers below and/or send e-mails via the links provided to each of the members of the committee in support of Senate Bill 234.

The NRA authored bill prohibits medical personnel from inquiries regarding gun ownership, prohibits refusal of service based on gun ownership, and affords penalties for offenders.

The American Medical Association and American Academy of Pediatrics have embarked on a path of gun control activism. Long aligned with anti-gun proponents, they now encourage their members to ask about the presence and storage of firearms from both patients and their children and to record the responses. Refusal to provide such information by the patient may be met by refusal of service.

Basing service on whether or not one practices of a constitutionally-protected right is discriminatory. Creating a “gun registry” violates statute. Interrogating children is deplorable.

Florida Carry, Inc. supports SB 432, and encourages its members and all gun owners/carriers to join us in contacting the Senators Criminal Justice Committee.

Senate Bill 432

Here’s a link to the Senate version of the bill.

E-mail Helper (feel free to copy, paste, and edit to suit)



Subject: SUPPORT SB 432 — Stop Doctors from Violating Gun Privacy Rights

Dear Senator,

This e-mail is to express my support for Senate Bill 432, Privacy of Firearms Owners. As a member of the Florida Senate Committee on Criminal Justice, you will be hearing this bill on Tuesday, February 22nd. I respectfully ask that you wholeheartedly support this bill.

Throughout Florida, doctors and office staff are asking patients and their children if guns are present in their household. Those who reply have the answers recorded on a computer or on paper. Those who don’t reply, in some cases, have been refused service. The American Medical Association and the American Academy of Pediatrics are actively imposing their agenda against firearms and violating patient privacy in the process. The California Supreme Court ruled this month that a retailer may not ask a customer their zip code, declaring it a “violation of privacy”. Surely “does daddy or mommy own a gun” and “where do they keep it” should be afforded that same protection.

Please support SB 432.

Respectfully yours,

(your name)
(your city, state)


Florida Carry is a non-profit, non-partisan, grassroots organization dedicated to advancing the fundamental civil right of all Floridians to keep and bear arms for self defense as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution and Article I Section 8 of the Florida Constitution. Florida Carry, Inc. was organized by a group of Florida gun rights activists in order to better coordinate activities, effectively lobby the state legislature, and to provide a legal entity capable of filing suit to demand compliance with state and federal law. Florida Carry stands only to represent our members and the over 6 million gun owners of Florida. We are not beholden to any national organization’s agenda that may compromise that mission.
Florida Carry works tirelessly toward repealing and striking down ill-conceived gun control laws that have been proven to provide safe havens to criminals and be deadly to law abiding citizens.

  • One User comment to “Medical Privacy for Gun Owners Bill – SB 432”

    1. I went with my son to his doc for a physical. Was I ever shocked when my son was asked if by the PA if were there firearms in the house? The PA then asked where were they stored? When she asked if he knew how many guns were in the house, I ended the questioning. If the pediatricians want to give information or training on gun safety please feel free to do that.

      There is currently an initiative that will pay physicians to convert to electronic health records. Without this bill, the government would know what kind, how many, and how and where your firearms are stored. All neatly available by computer. This is a total invasion of privacy. We the People have the Constitutional right to bear arms. It is NONE of the physicians business if there are firearms in a persons home. Perhaps the doc’s should ask about knives in the household? Perhaps they should ask if there are any baseball bats. Oh we don’t want to forget the scissors. Glad this bill passed If this is occuring in your state take action now!

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