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Thursday, March 28, 2013

Senate to Vote on Gun Control Week of April 8 - Call Senator Warner Now

From NRA-ILA:
The U.S. Senate is currently scheduled to vote on several anti-gun bills during the week of April 8.  One, the so-called "universal background check" bill being pushed by Senator Chuck Schumer, would criminalize the private transfer of firearms between law-abiding citizens.  This legislation would make it illegal for a family member to transfer a firearm to another family member without the federal government’s approval.  According to a recent Department of Justice memo, the effectiveness of a universal background check system "depends on gun registration" -- which is illegal under federal law.  In addition, no background check system will ever be truly "universal", as criminals do not submit to background checks.

Please contact Senator Warner and encourage him to oppose this anti-freedom legislation. Ask him to support real solutions that will reduce violent crime and keep our children safe -- fixing our broken mental health system; securing our schools; and prosecuting violent criminals.

Again, please email, tweet, write, and call Senator Warner today, and ask him to OPPOSE Sen. Schumer's so-called “universal background check” legislation, along with every other anti-gun proposal -- including Sen. Feinstein's proposed ban on commonly owned firearms and magazines. The future of our Second Amendment rights are at stake.

Contact Senator Warner at:
475 Russell Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
Phone: (202) 224-2023
Click here to email
Twitter: @MarkWarner

Please continue to contact Senator Warner and politely urge him to oppose Schumer's bill that criminalizes private transfers.  A quick look at his facebook page shows that many have already used that to contact the Senator.  Good Work

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