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Charlie T Waite

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  1. On February 23rd, the House Judiciary Committee will hear House Bill 3094, to legalize the open carry of handguns. Previously, on February 10th, the General Laws Subcommittee issued a favorable report to HB 3094 and advanced it to the full committee. House Bill 3094 allows citizens who hold a concealed weapons permit to carry a handgun in the manner they choose. Currently, South Carolina is one of just five states that do not explicitly allow open carry, among them Illinois, New York, and California. Self-defense situations are difficult to predict and everyone has different circumstances
  2. On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee will consider anti-self-defense legislation, Senate Bill 554. Please contact committee members and ask them to OPPOSE Senate Bill 554. Senate Bill 554 will create new "gun-free zones" by giving authority to local governments, universities, and airports to prohibit concealed carry permit holders from carrying in local government buildings, colleges and universities (including their grounds), and airports (and grounds "adjacent" to all of these locations). Punishment for a violation of these location restrictions will be a Class C felony
  3. Today, the House held a second reading for House Bill 1369, to improve the ability of law-abiding citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones. This is further into the legislative process than similar bills advanced in previous years, and it is because of hard work from, and strong leadership by, Representatives Smaltz, Lucas, Lehman, and Wesco. Please continue asking your state representative to SUPPORT this critical bill that improves self-defense in Indiana. House Bill 1369 allows any law-abiding adult who is legally eligible to obtain a carry permit, to carry a handgun wi
  4. Please welcome the Newest Team SASS State Director. He will be representing North Carolina. He is Renegade Ripley; he has already been in contact with his District Congress members regarding other Second Amendment issues. Reach out and welcome him aboard and see if you can offer him any support. Thanks Renegade Ripley for having the courage to step up and help us in our fight to maintain our Second Amendment right. Charlie
  5. On Tuesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee passed Senate Bill 2344, and on Monday the House Judiciary Committee passed House Bill 1498. These measures are advancing rapidly and could soon be considered by their full respective chambers. Please contact your state Senator and Representative and ask them to SUPPORT Senate Bill 2344 and House Bill 1498. Click Here to Take Action Senate Bill 2344 provides protections for gun stores, ranges, or any other entity that engages in the lawful selling or servicing of firearms, components, or accessories. SB 2344 also
  6. We need to take action before it’s too late. Democrats are trying to pack the courts with anti-gun judges who would effectively destroy the Second Amendment. Senator Tom Cotton introduced an amendment that would have made it impossible for anti-gun liberals to pack the courts — but with Kamala’s tie-breaking vote, Democrats struck it down and continued down the path to assuming absolute power. Now it’s time to unleash the political wrath of American voters upon the Democrats and ensure Republicans keep standing united against the anti-gunners’ court-packing schemes. Please
  7. The state of Florida has processed so many applications for concealed carry licenses in the past year that the fund used to help pay for the background checks is now nearly out of money. Lawmakers in Tallahassee will consider a budget request from the Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services’ Division of Licensing this week to cover a deficit that’s expected to reach more than $4-million this year. https://bearingarms.com/camedwards/2021/02/15/concealed-carry-budget-deficit-florida-n41046
  8. On Friday, February 6, the Pennsylvania (PA) state legislature gave the final approval to put three state constitutional amendments on the ballot for a popular referendum scheduled for May 18. Two of these amendments address the power of the state governor to declare and renew emergency declarations and are both a direct result of conflict between the Republican-controlled legislature and the Democrat governor, Tom Wolf. The first amendment, titled the Pennsylvania Emergency Declaration Amendment (2021), would add a section to the state constitution that would limit any disaster emergency
  9. CHEYENNE, Wyo. (Feb. 4, 2021) – A bill introduced in the Wyoming Senate would take on federal gun control; past, present and future. Passage into law would represent a major step toward ending federal acts that infringe on the right to keep and bear arms within the state. A coalition of 19 Republicans and a Libertarian introduced Senate Bill 81 (SF81) on Feb. 3. Titled the “Second Amendment Preservation Act,” the legislation would ban any person, including any public officer or employee of the state and its political subdivisions, from enforcing any past, present or future federal “acts,
  10. February 15, 2021 — Yesterday, President Biden renewed his declaration of intent to launch a new assault upon the People of the United States and their rights and property, “calling on Congress to enact” unconstitutional and immoral policies including bans on common semi-automatic firearms and ammunition magazines. Prior to the election, FPC warned that the Biden-Harris campaign, which promised a massive number of new and expanded anti-rights policies, was “a clear and present danger to liberty, freedom, the Constitution, and the values that have made America the greatest country in the world”
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