Pass H.R. 822: National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011
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Pass H.R. 822: National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011

    1. Daniel Silverman
    2. Petition by

      Daniel Silverman

      Tracy, CA

California has some of the highest gun related crime in the country as well as the strictest gun laws next to The District of Columbia. Senator Diane Feinstein has resorted to plain out lies in order to support her stance on concealed carry reciprocity. She herself is a concealed carry license holder yet feels others do not deserve the same privilege as law abiding citizens as she does.
Her terror tactics include statements like:
"This legislation would force California to honor permits issued by all other States, including those which allow minors, convicted criminals, and people with no firearm safety training to carry concealed weapons."
As far as we know, there is no state in the nation which allows felons or minors to carry concealed weapons. California it self has had it's issues with mentally unstable people walking into schools and universities and shooting at will.
Pass your opinion on to your representatives to preserve our rights to be treated with equality and fairness among all. Do not less this die in the Senate because one state refuses to except other states as equals.

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    • chad collins GREENCASTLE, PA
      • about 2 years ago

      Law-abiding citizens should have the right to carry concealed everywhere

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    • Daniel Shepard OXNARD, CA
      • over 2 years ago

      I am a registered gun owner. I have an "assault" rifle. And a handgun. I will not shoot innocent people. I should not be punished for the actions of people who have.

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