Sunday, June 21, 2009


The National Rifle Association - Institute for Legislative Action, has sent out a Legislative Alert to all Arizona NRA members.

The Arizona Senate will take up House Bill 2474, Arizona's "Workplace Protection " bill. It is imperative that you contact your State Senator as soon as possible since this important self-defense reform could be heard very soon.

House Bill 2474, sponsored by State Representative John Kavanagh ( R-8) and Frank Antenori (R-30), would permit law-abiding Arizona citizens to keep a firearm locked in their privately owned vehicle when parked on publicly accessible parking lots. This bill will help protect the rights of gun-owners who carry for self-defense during their daily commute.

Please contact your State Senators and respectfully urge them to support HB 2474 with no hostile amendments. Also, remind them that this legislation has already passed the Arizona House with strong bi-partisan support.

The American Conservative Republican feels that HR 2474, is good, common sense legislation that does not infringe on the private property rights of the owners of publicly accessible parking lots and further protects the Second Amendment rights of citizens to Keep and Bear Arms. The ACR strongly urges the passage of HR 2474, Arizona's "Workplace Protection" bill.

For God and country,
Bob Haran

1 comment:

  1. Arizona has just taken a major step towards dismantling race and gender preferences and discrimination in state and local government. Yesterday, the state Senate voted to place an initiative on the 2010 general election ballot barring discrimination against – or preferential treatment for – any individual on the basis of race, sex, color, ethnicity or national origin. The Arizona House approved identical legislation last week.

    Senator Russell Pearce, sponsor of the Senate version of the measure noted: "Affirmative Action and other forms of race and gender based preferences have created an uneven playing field for too long in Arizona. Now our voters will have a chance to put an end to this form of government discrimination once and for all."