Petition to California State House, California State Senate, Jerry Brown
VETO: We the people VETO the State of California's recent Gun Control Measures.
The Governor of California, Jerry Brown, signed into law a series of gun control measures that impact honest law abiding citizens and do little or nothing to reduce gun violence. There is a process in California for the people to VETO the governor and legislatures law. It has been used before and has been successful. Your signature will only show those considering the VETO there is enough interest to go forward. Please sign and show the the Gun Rights organizations we need to act on this fast. We need over 360,000 registered voter signatures on the actual petition; this petition just shows our support.
Petition to Bruce Rauner, The Illinois General Assembly
Petition to Enact Illinois Constitutional Carry
Whereas: The Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution clearly states that the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed; and Whereas: This inalienable, individual right clearly includes the right of all law-abiding citizens to purchase and carry a gun for self-defense; and the will of the people is to decriminalize carrying a concealed handgun without a concealed handgun permit for citizens who are legally eligible under state and federal law to possess a handgun; and Whereas: Requiring law-abiding citizens to ask government permission through the permit system before they can exercise their constitutional right to bear arms is a clear violation of that right; and Whereas: Real-life experience and extensive research both clearly demonstrate that restricting the right to bear arms in self-defense only encourages violent crime; and Whereas: Constitutional Carry would allow every law-abiding Illinois citizen the freedom to carry a gun to protect themselves and their families without needless delays and fees. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, to protect liberty and the right of individuals to defend themselves and their families, we demand you to eliminate all fees and penalties on Illinois citizens, who are simply exercising their Second Amendment rights, and both cosponsor and seek roll call votes on a Illinois Constitutional Carry bill. Be it further resolved that we, the undersigned, demand a continuation of our concealed carry permitting system, which will allow reciprocity for those wanting to comply with other states' concealed carry laws. Be it further resolved that we, the undersigned, demand a repeal of 430 ILCS 65 Firearm Owners Identification Card Act and amend the Illinois Constitution SECTION 22. RIGHT TO ARMS to repeal the portion which reads: "Subject only to the police power". Be it further resolved that we, the undersigned citizens of the State of Illinois demand your full support of Constitutional Carry and that laws prohibiting unrestricted concealed carry be eliminated in Illinois.
Petition to Larry Hogan
Maryland Carry Laws Prevent Citizens From Legally Protecting Themselves
The headline says it all! Maryland carry permit laws prevent the average citizen from legally protecting themselves. The residents of Maryland need to come together and make a change, we need to make Maryland a safer state to live, by allowing law abiding citizens to carry out the right to legally protect themselves. While we shouldn't change the law in response to the terror attacks in Paris, by denying Maryland citizens the ability to lawfully defend themselves, such a tragedy could occur here unabated until a response arrives. The crime rate in this state will drop, and people won't have to worry about getting robbed while simply walking down the street at night. Let's all come together and try to show our elected officials that we, as residents, deserve the right to protect ourselves. Thanks for your support.
Petition to Charlie Baker, Massachusetts State House
Over Turn the AG's Decision of the "Assault Weapons" Ban
To Over turn the Massachusetts Attorney Generals decision to impose an unconstitutional infringement on the second amendment rights of the law abiding citizens of the states of Massachusetts.
Petition to U.S. House of Representatives
Congress: Pass National Reciprocity
It's Time To Stand for National Reciprocity It's time that Congress passed national reciprocity for concealed carry. For too long, the citizens of the United States have been directly harmed by gun laws that restrict their ability to carry across state lines. With the passage of national concealed carry reciprocity, citizens who possess a concealed-carry permit from one state will be able to carry in any other state without having to go through difficult and costly red tape. Law-abiding citizens will be able to defend themselves no matter which state they travel to. By signing this petition, you are telling Congress that it's time to stand up for the Second Amendment and pass national reciprocity. As an honorary member of the US House of Representatives Second Amendment Caucus, I will directly hand this petition to the Chairman, Congressman Massie. - Tyler
Petition to Change.org
End the change.org petition Stop gutting federal gun laws petition
they do not understand the laws and are trying to screw the laws up for other people they need to just sit the hell back and look at what they are trying to do before thye do it its not the gun that kills its the person no matter it the gun shoots 1 bullet a triggle pull or 100 bullets.... someone died because someone pulled a trigger not because how many rounds went out..... 1 bullet can kill 10people easy... so no reason to put a ban on the guns put a ban on who can get them.... like people like this trying to get something ban they had no part in making.
Petition to President Donald Trump
NATIONAL CONCEALED CARRY NEEDED
We are seeing increased levels of violence by the political left in our country. Whether it is Black Lives Matter killing police, or a distraught Bernie Sanders supporter shooting Congressman Steve Scalise, our world is getting less safe for ordinary, decent, Americans and their families. By granting national reciprocity for concealed weapons permits to be valid in all 50 states, the bad guys will no longer be able to think their victims are going to be unarmed. That will stop a lot of these cowards from randomly attacking people who disagree with their far left political views.
Petition to United States Congress and States Legislators
Pass The Gun Violence Amendment
Tens of thousands of lives are lost in the United States every year due to unnecessary gun violence, a result clearly and severely exacerbated by simple access to "pump-action," automatic, and semi-automatic arms. The Second Amendment of The United States Bill of Rights is considered by the Supreme Court primarily as a codification of a preexisting "natural law" right for men to bear arms, a theory borrowed from the earlier English Bill of Rights. Thus a constitutional amendment specifically limiting access to most firearms is required to stop the majority of gun deaths in the United States. We urge our representatives in Congress and our State Legislators to consider proposing the below amendment language to their colleagues so that we can begin to bring an end to the ongoing horror of gun violence in our country. We need either two-thirds of Congress' support or two-thirds of state legislatures' to introduce the amendment. Not both. So let's start talking about this. We also want to let our representatives and would-be representatives know: we will support you if you endorse this legislation, or we will support your eventual primary challenger who does. Here's our draft language: THE TWENTY-EIGHTH AMENDMENT TO THE UNITED STATES CONSTITUTION Section 1. The second article of amendment to the Constitution of the United States is hereby repealed. Section 2. The manufacturing, transportation or importation in or into any State, Territory, or possession of the United States for delivery or use therein of pump-action, semi-automatic or automatic firearms is hereby prohibited. Section 3. This article shall be inoperative unless it shall have been ratified as an amendment to the Constitution by conventions in the several States, as provided in the Constitution, within ten years from the date of the submission hereof to the States by the Congress.-