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    Iowans Action Alert HSB18 ACT NOW!!!!

    Iowa: Emergency Powers Reform Bill Under Attack in the House Public Safety Committee!

    Tuesday, February 15, 2011

    On Wednesday, February 15 at 1:00 p.m., House Study Bill 18, sponsored by state Representative Clel Baudler (R-58), will be heard by the House Public Safety Committee. An attempt will be made by anti-gun legislators, to remove the word “carrying” from this bill referred to as Iowa’s Emergency Powers Reform legislation.

    HSB 18 would prohibit any government agency from confiscating or regulating the lawful possession, carrying, transfer, transportation and defensive use of firearms or ammunition during a state of emergency, such as occurred in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans, Louisiana.


    Please contact members of the House Public Safety Committee and respectfully request them to support HSB 18 as written and oppose any amendments such as removing the word “carrying” from its current language.


    House Public Safety Committee


    Representative Clel Baudler (R-58) Chairman
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Tom Shaw (R-8)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Bob Kressig (D-19)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Dwayne Alons (R-4)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Mark Brandenburg (R-100)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Joel Fry (R-95)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Chris Hagenow (R-59)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Jarad Klein (R-89)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221



    Representative Dan Muhlbauer (D-51)

    [email protected]
    515.281.3221


    Representative Steven Olson (R-83)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Henry Rayhons (R-11)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Thomas Sands (R-87)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Kurt Swaim (D-94)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative David Tjepkes (R-50)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

    Representative Matt Windschitl (R-56)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221
    Representative Mary Wolfe (D-26)

    [email protected]

    515.281.3221

    Representative Gary Worthan (R-52)
    [email protected]
    515.281.3221

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    Iowa: Emergency Powers Reform Passes
    in the House Public Safety Committee!
    From NRA-ILA

    Earlier today, February 15, House Study Bill 18 was passed by a 15 to 5 vote in the House Public Safety Committee. Anti-gun legislators failed to weaken through amendments, this important Emergency Powers legislation, even though an attempt to remove the word “carrying” had been expected. This bill now moves to the floor for consideration, but has not been placed on the calendar at this time.

    Sponsored by state Representative Clel Baudler (R-58), HSB 18 would prohibit any government agency from confiscating or regulating the lawful possession, carrying, transfer, transportation and defensive use of firearms or ammunition during a state of emergency, such as occurred in the wake of Hurricane Katrina in New Orleans , Louisiana .

    Thank you to all those who contacted members of the House Public Safety Committee in support of this legislation. Please continue to check your e-mail and NRA-ILA :: for updates on this and other Second Amendment related legislation on the move in Des Moines .

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    Quote Originally Posted by FlashBack View Post
    Iowa: Emergency Powers Reform Passes
    in the House Public Safety Committee!
    From G50AE

    Earlier today, February 15, House Study Bill 18 was passed by a 15 to 5 vote in the House Public Safety Committee.
    The five representatives who voted against this bill should be voted out of office.

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    I agree..hopefully the voters in their districts will feel the same!

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    these 'committees' are such crap!
    "An unloaded gun is an exspensive club"! Sig Sauer P239 DAK .40 S&W // 2nd Amend = you can carry as soon as your father says you can!

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