NJ Politicians Demand of Lists of Gun Owners & NRA Members Passes Committee

NJ Politicians Demand of Lists of Gun Owners & NRA Members Passes Committee
New Jersey: Invasive Personal Privacy Legislation Passes Committee.

National Rifle Association
National Rifle Association

Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- On Monday, November 15, the New Jersey State Government, Wagering and Tourism Committee approved S2379 by a 3 to 1 vote.

Introduced by State Senator’s Barbara Buono (D-18) and Loretta Weinberg (D-37), this legislation would require organizations such as the NRA and the Association of New Jersey Rifle and Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC), to send information regarding their contributions to the government.

Specifically, S2379 would 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, submit the names and addresses of contributors and their employers to the Election Law Enforcement Commission.

At this time, S2379 has yet to be scheduled for debate on the Senate floor, so please continue to check your email and www.NRAILA.org for any new developments.

In the mean time, please begin contacting your State Senator and respectfully urge him or her to oppose S2379!

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Jim Macklin

Should this pass and become NJ law, the harassment will follow shortly. The ballot is supposed to be secret, so should donor lists. But membership lists don’t belong with or to government.
I think that it is interesting that the sponsors of this are Democrats.
I’m hopeful that the SCOUS would strike this law down.