New Jersey Politicians Want a List of NRA Members & Their Employers – WTF

New Jersey Politicians Want a List of NRA Members & Their Employers – WTF

National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- In a blatant attempt by entrenched New Jersey politicians to strong arm citizens who oppose their re-election, Senator Barbara Buono (D-18) and Senator Loretta Weinberg have introduced legislation which would require certain contributors to “issue advocacy organizations”, including the NRA and ANJRPC, to have their names, addresses and their employers' information sent to the government.

S2379, if passed, will mandate that any “issue advocacy organization” classified under IRS Code as a 501(C)(3), 501(C)(4) or 527 that engages in the election or defeat of any person to state or local elective office; the passage or defeat of any public question; or that provides political information on any candidate, must submit the names and addresses of contributors and their employers to the Election Law Enforcement Commission.

The State Government, Wagering, Tourism & Historic Preservation Committee will hear the bill on Monday, November 15th at 2:00 pm in Committee Room 7, 2nd Floor, State House Annex in Trenton, NJ.

S2379 is a shameless attempt to intimidate citizens who engage in the legislative and political process.

Please contact the members of the Senate Committee today and urge him or her to oppose S2379!

  • Senator Jim Whelan (D-2) (609) 383-1388
  • Senator Robert Gordon (D-38) (201) 703-9779
  • Senator Anthony Bucco (R-25) (973) 627-9700
  • Senator Thomas Goodwin (R-14) (609) 631-9988
  • Senator Shirley Turner (D-15) (609) 530-3277

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  • 5 thoughts on “New Jersey Politicians Want a List of NRA Members & Their Employers – WTF

    1. I hope people aren't expecting the NRA to help them out on this. Take a look at this bill and tell me it's anything different than a state-level DISCLOSE Act; which, if we all remember correctly, the NRA was all for. They will figure a way to write themselves out of it and sign off on it for everyone else.

    2. NJ NRA members might want to skip writing to their Representatives, and just tar 'n feather the whole lot of them.

      Disgusting piece of offensive legislation, IMO.

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