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CALL TO ACTION: Anti-Gun Bills to be Heard Monday

NMSSA Legislative Update

On Monday, the House Judiciary Committee will hear four Bloomberg backed gun control bills (See Below) and we need to take action! Here is how you can make the difference:

Stop the overreach and help NMSSA fight by signing the petition to tell Santa Fe that New Mexicans don’t want Michael Bloomberg style gun control in our state!

Contact the members of the committee directly. Tell them why we need these freedoms and why these bills (see below) are wrong for New Mexico. Be kind, courteous, and clear:Gail Chasey (D)
(505) 246-2221

Daymon Ely (D)
(505) 248-0370

Eliseo Lee Alcon (D)
(505) 986-4415

Deborah A. Armstrong (D)
(505) 986-4840

Micaela Lara Cadena (D)
(505) 986-4210

Christine Chandler (D)
(505) 986-4226

Zachary J. Cook (R)
(505) 986-4243

Speaker Brian Egolf (D)
(505) 986-4782

Dayan Hochman-Vigil (D)
(505) 986-4336

Goergene Louis (D)
(505) 986-4329

Matthew McQueen (D)
(505) 986-4423

Greg Nibert (R)
(505) 986-4211

William “Bill” R. Rehm (R) 
(505) 986-4214

James G. Townsend (R) 
(505) 986-4758

We must show up in force! Join us MONDAY, February 4th at 1:30 PM at the Roundhouse. The committee will be held in the House Chambers and people can sit in the gallery. Please plan to be there early to secure a seat! If you are driving to Santa Fe, fill up the car with fellow freedom loving New Mexicans.

300 Don Gaspar Ave, Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501

We aren’t funded by radical New York billionaires like Michael Bloomberg, so we need your support. Please consider donating $25, $50, $100 or more today by clicking here! Every dollar helps us take the fight to Santa Fe!


Zac Fort
President, NMSSA

Gun Control Bills to be Heard on February 4th: 

House Bill 8: “Universal” Background Checks – Sponsored by Representative Debra Sarinana, would ban all private firearms sales between law-abiding individuals. Gun owners would be forced to pay undetermined fees and obtain government approval before selling firearms to family members, friends, neighbors and co-workers, or fellow hunters, competitive shooters and gun club members. This proposal will have no impact on crime and is unenforceable without gun registration.

House Bill 40: Background Checks at Gun Shows: Sponsored by Representative Miguel Garcia, would require criminal records checks on private firearms sales at gun shows – a perennial target of the gun control crowd, even though studies show that these events are not a source of crime guns.

House Bill 83: Extreme risk protection order or “red flag” legislation sponsored by Representative Daymon Ely, would authorize the seizure of firearms and ammunition from individuals without due process. Unchallenged statements made by a petitioner before a judge, alleging that someone is a danger to themselves or others in an ex parte proceeding — prior to any formal court hearing at which the respondent can be represented by counsel and present counter evidence — would be sufficient for law enforcement to enter that person’s home and confiscate their private property.

House Bill 87: Domestic Violence & Firearm – by Representative Deborah Armstrong expands the state’s “prohibited person” firearm law by purportedly incorporating federal firearm disqualifications. The bill would prohibit individuals convicted of certain domestic violence misdemeanor crimes or who are subject to a domestic violence protective order from purchasing or possessing a firearm, with violations being a criminal offense. However, the bill goes far beyond the categories currently included in federal law, in addition to requiring firearm seizure.

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