Governor to Sign One-Gun-A-Month Bill Today

Governor to Sign One-Gun-A-Month Bill Today

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Trenton, NJ – -(AmmoLand.com)- Please Contact Governor Corzine Immediately! Today at 12:00 P.M., Governor Jon Corzine (D-NJ) will sign Assembly Bill 339/Senate Bill 1774 into law. The signing will take place at Trenton City Hall located at 319 East State Street in Trenton.

Simply stated, this bill would prohibit an individual from purchasing more than one handgun within a 30-day period. The state already requires an individual to first obtain a permit to purchase – a process which includes an extensive criminal background check and a minimum of 30 days to complete. This bill is just another step that anti-gun legislators are trying to take to erode our Right to Keep and Bear Arms.

This legislation gives anti-gun extremists carte blanche to further hinder your right to purchase firearms. Next it could be one rifle or shotgun per 30-day period or even one handgun per six months or year.

Please contact Governor Corzine IMMEDIATELY and respectfully urge him not to sign A339/S1774. Also, please remind the Governor that you will remember his decision in November. The Governor can be reached by phone at (609) 292-6000 or visit www.state.nj.us/governor/about/contact/ to send email.

About:
New Jersey Citizens Defense League: New Jersey needs sensible gun laws. In spite of the claims by politicians, the current batch of gun laws do NOT keep guns out of “the wrong hands”. They keep guns out of the right hands. They put massive obstacles in the way of law abiding citizen’s attempts to purchase the tools needed to defends their lives, their homes, and their families. The tangle of legislation and bureaucratic ‘administrative codes’ results in confusing and ever changing rules that are nearly impossible for the average citizen to understand. An obscure rule change can turn a law abiding citizen into a criminal overnight and with out warning.

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