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Florida residents constitutional carry bill #16483769 09/30/21
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On the Florida house of representative the bill HB 103 – Carrying a firearm without licenses, is on the following comities:

Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee
Chair: Robert Charles Brannan III (R)
Contact Info.:
https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sect...mber.aspx?MemberId=4708&SessionId=89

Agriculture & Natural Resources Appropriations Subcommittee
Chair: Josie Tomkow (R)
Contact Info.: https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sect...mber.aspx?MemberId=4704&SessionId=93

Judiciary committee
Chair: Erin Grall (R)
Contact Info.:
https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sect...mber.aspx?MemberId=4637&SessionId=93

Please contact these chairs so they push this bill for a floor vote. Remember that next year is a election year and they should vote in favor of the bill if they want your vote.
Let’s give a push for the bill so we become the twenty second state to adopt constitutional carry.

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Thank you.

Re: Florida residents constitutional carry bill [Re: JORGE01] #16507462 10/07/21
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If you can, please copy paste my first post with the constitutional carry information and links, in any appropriate forum, etc. Thanks.

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Anthony Sabatini is the creator of the bill HB 103, he has introduced the same bill several times. We should contact him, so he puts an effort moving it forward especially if some committee chairs or others are putting road blocks on the legislation.
His contact info is:
https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sect...x?MemberId=4725&LegislativeTermId=89

The Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee link is bellow:
https://www.myfloridahouse.gov/Sections/Committees/committeesdetail.aspx?CommitteeId=3099

If you have any members in the above subcommittee that are also your representative; message them explaining your interest in the legislation. Continue contacting the chairman of the Criminal Justice & Public Safety Subcommittee and ask him why he is holding up HB 103.

The more we contact our legislators and express our displeasure on their performance, the more things we will get done. Democracy takes effort and if we don’t do our part then we don’t get what we want. So let’s carry out some effort on this.

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Also there seems to be an interest in the Florida Senate.

See the following YouTube videos that show there is some enthusiasm for Constitutional Carry legislation.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBz6n6NECrs

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sWZ6zbeutjk&t=226s

Please contact:

President of the Florida Senate:
Senator: Wilton Simpson (R)
Contact Info.:
https://www.flsenate.gov/Offices/President

Majority Leader:
Senator: Debbie Mayfield (R)
Contact Info.:
https://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/S17

GOP Chair:
Senator: Joe Gruters (R)
Contact Info.:
https://www.flsenate.gov/Senators/S23

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Thanks for information, let's hope it gets approved.

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these bills get introduced every year. The GOP kills them in the Senate committee. RINO's are killing us


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Re: Florida residents constitutional carry bill [Re: JORGE01] #16811830 01/07/22
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On January 11, 2022 the legislative session of the Florida Legislators will begin, and end on March 11, 2022. We have an opportunity a very good one to get passed the Constitutional Carry law, bill: HB 103. The Republicans seem amiable to the idea, and the Governor said he would sign it into law. We have a once in a decade, perhaps longer, to get this passed. But we have to do our part by contacting or visiting our state legislators, in both the Florida House and the Senate, so to put their feet to the fire. The anti gunners move ahead their legislations because they don’t give up on their quest. We have a tendency to lose our way and give up easily, always saying that they put out the same bill every year, etc.

In conclusion let’s do all we can do to get this done, every victory on our side is a way of disheartening the opposition. If it doesn’t pass we have only to blame ourselves.


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