Montanans Getting Ready With 20 Pro Gun Bills Introduced
Washington, DC –-(Ammoland.com)-The 2011 session of the Montana Legislature will convene on Monday, January 3rd.
Once the Legislature convenes, things will begin happening very quickly. I’ll do my very best to keep you up to date with email notices.
However, there are some things it would be very good for you to know about in advance of the session:
- How the legislative process works. I have an explanation of the process, how to find and track bills, how to contact legislators, and more, all at:
- The items on MSSA’s 2011 Legislative Agenda. Our initial list of 16 items has grown to 20. It will be very helpful if you are familiar with these issues. I have a list with item descriptions at: http://progunleaders.org/Legis11/ or HERE
- MSSA and the NRA will host a reception for legislators in Helena at the Colonial Inn on Tuesday, January 4th. This will be your best chance to mingle with legislators and visit about our bills. There will be food and adult beverages. For those of you who can come to Helena for this event, we will hold a briefing session about MSSA bills at 3 PM at the Colonial Inn. The purpose of this briefing session is to make sure you are conversant with the issues and can speak knowledgeable with legislators about MSSA’s bills. The legislative reception will begin at 5:30 PM in the Colonial Inn.
FYI, the Colonial Inn is very near I-15, on the southwest quadrant of the intersection of I-15 and Highways 12/287.
Over the next two weeks, I’ll try to find time to send you more information about each of the items in the MSSA Legislative Agenda.
MSSA has never before taken this large of a legislative bite. We’re REALLY depending you folks to help us successfully push these issues.
With 20 bills introduced, things will happen vast and furious once the legislature convenes. Get ready!
Best wishes,Gary Marbut, president
Montana Shooting Sports Association
author, Gun Laws of Montana
About Montana Shooting Sports Association:
MSSA is the primary political advocate for Montana gun owners. Visit: www.mtssa.org