New Mexico Committee Voting on Roundhouse Firearm Ban TODAY

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New Mexico leaders are looking to restrict citizens’ 2A rights even further! IMG NRA-ILA

\U.S.A. -( Your NRA-ILA has learned that on Monday, November 1, at 1:30pm anti-gun state leaders serving on an interim committee called the Legislative Council plan to meet and go into executive session to discuss and act on a proposal to direct Council staff to prohibit all firearms — including those possessed by concealed handgun license holders — in the Roundhouse.


Executive session means this decision about your ability to protect yourself at the people’s state capitol building would take place behind closed doors without public input, participation or legislation. The next legislative session hasn’t even started and your Second Amendment rights are already under attack!

Please contact these legislative leaders and state lawmakers who serve on Legislative Council and tell them you strongly oppose this move!

Speaker Brian Egolf (D-HD 47)
[email protected]

Senate President Pro Tempore Mimi Stewart (D-SD 17)
Contact Sen. Mimi Stewart

Senate Majority Leader Peter Wirth (D-SD 25)
[email protected]

Committee members (click on names for contact information):
Interim Committee – New Mexico Legislature (

About NRA-ILA:

Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the “lobbying” arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess, and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution. Visit:

National Rifle Association Institute For Legislative Action (NRA-ILA)

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musicman44mag (@xman)
27 days ago

Gee, let me see. Demonratt, Demonratt, Demonratt and another Demonratt, no republican representatives. Is this a fair and balanced picture? Looks just like some of the boards created by pukeoski.

Arny (@dmaxter)
27 days ago

I wonder if these legislators fear the public in grocery stores, movies, diners, etc ? Or do they just hide in their dwellings ? You see if they go to any of these. They are among the same armed individuals. So exactly what’s the real reason for disarming ? Less people to show when public allowed to attend ? Easier to arrest or throw out a dissenter ?

HLB (@hlb482gmail-com)
27 days ago
Reply to  Arny

I know that I do not attend as many public meetings because of my weapon, so they do accomplish a filtering of their probable rivals.


2gats (@2-gats)
27 days ago


swmft (@swmft)
27 days ago

government behind closed doors should be met with a grenade tossed in

HLB (@hlb482gmail-com)
27 days ago
Reply to  swmft

Or perhaps a group of armed citizens several times the size of their available police force politely asking to attend the public meeting.


JPM (@jpm)
27 days ago

Given the level of corruption and criminal activity by those politicians in Santa Fe, fearing the public makes perfect sense. I only wish someone would actually take some kind of action to alleviate the ongoing political problems in Santa Fe instead of just talking about it.

HLB (@hlb482gmail-com)
27 days ago
Reply to  JPM

I agree. Why don’t we do it?


TStheDeplorable (@tvsteinke)
27 days ago

It seems to me that we are most free when the reason legislators don’t fear the people visiting the statehouse is that the legislature is up to no nonsense, rather than because the people at the statehouse have been disarmed.