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  1. #1
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    May 2008
    Panhandle, Idaho

    Idaho proposes On Campus Carry Legislation

    From the NRA:

    House Bill 222

    Idaho: Campus Carry Legislation to be Heard in House Committee!

    On Wednesday, March 9 the House State Affairs Committee will hold a hearing on important pro-gun legislation, House Bill 222. This bill would allow for the lawful carry of a firearm on college and university campuses. Liberal higher education administrators are in strong opposition to this bill, so HB 222 will need your help passage in the legislature.

    Please call the members of the House State Affairs Committee and respectfully urge them to voice their support for HB 222.

    House State Affairs Committee:

    Representative Thomas F. Loertscher (R-31), Chairman

    (208) 522-3072

    Representative Brent J. Crane (R-13), Vice Chairman

    (208) 466-0613

    Representative Eric R. Anderson (R-1)

    (208) 443-1201

    Representative John A. Stevenson (R-26)

    (208) 532-4524

    Representative Max C. Black (R-15)

    (208) 375-2635

    Representative Ken Andrus (R-29)

    (208) 776-5380

    Representative Carlos Bilbao (R-11)

    (208) 365-9438

    Representative Lynn M. Luker (R-15)

    (208) 375-8254

    Representative Joe Palmer (R-20)

    (208) 887-9488

    Representative Erik Simpson (R-32)

    (208) 542-5447

    Representative Jim Guthrie (R-29)

    (208) 254-3605

    Representative Frank N. Henderson (R-5)

    (208) 773-2269

    Representative Janice K. McGeachin (R-32)

    (208) 523-1718

    Representative Kathleen Sims (R-4)

    (208) 640-1154

    Representative Pat Takasugi (R-10)

    (208) 337-3077

    Representative Elaine Smith (R-24)

    (208) 733-0843

    Representative Phylis K. King (D-18)

    (208) 344-0202

    Representative Elfreda Higgins (D-16)

    (208) 658-4594

    Representative Cherie Buckner-Webb (D-19)

    (208) 343-2650

  3. #2
    Good for Idaho!
    It's great to see more states moving towards firearms freedom. There's few reasons for any 'sensitive' places to exist and we are going to find outselves back at SCOTUS many times getting a definition of that word.

    Now if only my state would embrace the Constitution and quit trying to be CAlite ...
    People don't like to be meddled with. We tell them what to do, what to think, don't run, don't walk. We're in their homes and in their heads and we haven't the right. We're meddlesome.--River Tam

  4. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2010
    North Idaho
    I love living in this state !

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