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Obama Official Issues Ammunition Ban for Federal Lands on Last Day in Office

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BY: Stephen Gutowski
January 20, 2017 3:47 pm

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Director Dan Ashe, an Obama appointee, ordered a new ammunition ban for certain federal lands on Thursday–his last full day in office.

The ban, which took effect immediately, eliminates the use of lead-based ammunition on federal lands like national parks and wildlife refuges, as well as any other land administered by the Fish and Wildlife Service. The ban is expected to have a major impact on much of the hunting that takes place on federal lands across the United States as lead-based ammunition is widely legal and used throughout the country.

Ashe said the order was necessary to protect wildlife from exposure to lead.

“Exposure to lead ammunition and fishing tackle has resulted in harmful effects to fish and wildlife species,” Ashe said in his order. “According to the U.S. Geological Survey, lead poisoning is a toxicosis caused by the absorption of hazardous levels of lead in body tissues.”

“Ingested lead pellets from shotgun shells have been a common source of lead poisoning in birds,” the order continued. “The Service recognized the problem of avian exposure to lead shot used for waterfowl hunting and enacted restrictions in 1991 and hunting and waterfowl populations have thrived since.”

“The use of lead ammunition continues for other forms of hunting, presenting an ongoing risk to upland or terrestrial migratory birds and other species that ingest spent shot directly from the ground or as a result of predating or scavenging carcasses that have been killed with lead ammunition and left in the field” Ashe’s order said. “Many states have enacted nontoxic shot and ammunition requirements to address this concern.”

Gun rights activists expressed outrage at the last-minute move, labeling it political. The National Shooting Sports Foundation called for the agency’s next director to immediately rescind the order.

“This directive is irresponsible and driven not out of sound science but unchecked politics,” said Lawrence Keane, the group’s senior vice president. “The timing alone is suspect. This directive was published without dialogue with industry, sportsmen, and conservationists. The next director should immediately rescind this and, instead, create policy based upon scientific evidence of population impacts with regard to the use of traditional ammunition.”

http://freebeacon.com/issues/obama-official-issues-ammunition-ban-federal-lands-last-day-office/

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Liz Writes Life 12-13-16

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Dec. 13, 2016

Liz Writes Life

Published in Siskiyou Daily News, Yreka, CA.

The election of Donald Trump and many of his cabinet and advisor picks are exciting for those of us who believe that tyrannical regulation has been stifling the country’s economy and destroying communities through unemployment. Oklahoma State Attorney General Scott Pruitt is sending shudders through the ranks of Greens and liberals. Yes, he and several dozen other state attorney generals brought a lawsuit against the over-reaching of the federal EPA that hurts farmers, ranchers and industry. Yay!

Previously, half of the nation was unhappy with the heavy-handedness of federal bureaucrats like the EPA – and that was us! Now the other half of the USA gets to feel the frustration. Sorry about that, but I truly believe Scott Pruitt will serve this county well. And the environment will not be annihilated in the process. In all likelihood it will be greatly improved.

I also like Ben Carson for the HUD pick and Washington State Congresswoman Cathy McMorris Rodgers for the Dept. of Interior Secretary. She believes in managing the forests and that fossil fuel is not a horrible monster. My goodness, such realistic attitudes!

Unfortunately, here in California, we still have much to be worried about, especially regarding the many new gun laws. It is confusing. These laws overlap previously established laws. Did you know there is already regulations on assault weapons passed by the state legislature in 1999 and signed into law by then Gov. Gray Davis? Yep.

During the Scott Valley Protect Our Water meeting on Dec. 1, 2016, President Andrew Hurlimann gave a run-down on the new 2016 gun laws passed by the California Legislature and signed into law by Gov. Jerry Brown plus the new gun law approved by more than 50 percent of the voters on Nov. 8, 2016. Andrew found that the Ten Percent Firearms facebook page presented a fairly easy-to-understand list. I found it and reprinted it here for gun owners.

Jan 1, 2017

Bullet button ban: You cannot purchase or transfer rifles that have bullet buttons. The law is more complicated than this — we are just keeping it simple. You have until Dec. 31, 2017 to make your rifles compliant or register them as assault weapons on the California Dept. of Justice website as buying them was not assault weapon registration.

Loaning firearms: You cannot loan fire arms to people unless they are to spouse or immediate family.

July 1, 2017

Lost or stolen firearms: You have 5 days to report lost or stolen firearms.  $100 infraction cost. (Sounds like a fine to me.)

Large capacity magazine ban: You cannot possess magazines over 10 rounds.  There is a $100 infraction per magazine.

January 1, 2018

Ammunition purchasing restriction: All ammunition sales must be conducted through a licensed ammunition vendor.  No more internet or occasional sales except through a licensed vendor.

January 1, 2019

Ammunition registration requirements: Ammo sales must be submitted to the CA DOJ and include customer driver’s license, DOB address, signature and band/ type/ amount of ammo sold.

July 1, 2019

Non-lead ammunition for hunting: All hunting statewide will require non-lead ammunition. Until then, you can still hunt dove and quail with leaded ammunition.

Effective immediately when purchasing a newly-considered assault rifle: All bullet button equipped rifles must have at least a $300 deposit before DROS (Dealer Record of Sales) start.

Purchasing an assault rifle

Dec. 20, 2016

All bullet button rifle sales end at the close of business. Any inventory not sold will be converted to featureless rifles and put back on the shelf for immediate sale on the 21st or at some point before Jan. 1, 2017. This is going to require some cost and so prices will go up approximately $150.

Dec. 30, 2016

Any bullet button equipped rifles not picked up by the end of the business will automatically be converted to featureless and can still be picked up after Jan. 1, 2017. There will be a non-negotiable $150 charge added to do this and standard cancellation fee of 15 percent and the normal 30 days to pick up still applies.

At this time we cannot guarantee any new fixed magazine devices will comply with the requirement of “disassembly of the action” and the only 100 percent legal option is to go featureless. When the regulations are published, we can give you better guidance on your options.

Assault weapon registration can begin on Jan. 1, 2017 and as long as you lawfully possessed your assault weapon prior to Jan. 1, 2017 you have until Dec. 31, 2017 to register your gun.

Lord Monckton

More than 200 individuals attended the Siskiyou Republican Women’s dinner last week. Great food Dave and Kathy Tyler and all their help! Lord Monckton claims much of the Global Warming crisis is a fraud and perpetrated to establish a tax on all humans by a world government. I personally believe there is such a thing as climate change, but do not believe that man is the cause of most of it. Nor do I believe that all humans must pay for their sins of living on the earth by providing more “tax” money to already very rich people or governments. And, yes, I believe we do need to take care of the earth and the wildlife, but I also believe that under the guise of Global Warming trees are not being thinned to healthy numbers and as a result vicious catastrophic wildfires are putting more “bad” stuff in the air and killing wildlife than many other activities. I will also allow that this horrible practice is man-made, because it is some humans that are dictating the trees must be saved; and then the dry, over abundance go up in flames. Ugh. What a sick, unrealistic way of thinking!

Liz Bowen is a native of Siskiyou County and lives near Callahan. Call her at 530-467-3515.

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Gun laws: Who is making compliance difficult?

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PNP comment: This article was written back in 2001 AFTER a major assault weapon ban made it through the legislature and Guv. Gray Davis signed it. David Peltz explains how difficult California DOJ  made it for Californians to register their newly-considered assault weapons back in 2000. This is crazy folks and this type of craziness continues in 2016! — Editor Liz Bowen

Keep and Bear Arms.com

NON COMPLIANCE
Why haven’t Californians registered all their assault weapons?

by David Peltz
dpeltz@pacbell.net

As printed on pages 1 and 4 of “Viewpoint”
Los Angeles Daily News, Sunday, March 4, 2001
Submitted for publication here by the author

In “Harassment by Law” (Viewpoint, Sunday, January 30, 2000) I described problems Californians faced in attempting to comply with the state’s new “assault weapon” registration law. AB-23 dictated registration on or before December 31, 2000.

California Governor Gray Davis holds pieces of an “assault rifle” prior to signing a gun ban that should get him tried and convicted for treason. –KABA

Now we learn that out of California’s population of 35 million people, only 27,000 “assault weapons” have been registered, even though it is estimated that there are 500,000 to 1 million legally owned assault weapons in California. What caused this massive amount of non-compliance?

On various firearms-related forums on the Internet I learned that many Californians opted to legally ship their assault weapons out of state.

A number of others legally removed certain “offending parts” — such as pistol grips and flash-hiders — from their “assault weapons” to reduce them to a state which doesn’t require them be registered. The fact that these stripped firearms are still fully functional is proof positive that in addition to being unclear, the assault weapon definitions contained in AB-23 are totally meaningless.

Many law-abiding Californians say they have not registered as an act of civil disobedience — perhaps the largest such act in U.S. history. They strongly believe that firearms registration is a serious violation of their civil rights and will eventually lead to them losing their firearms.

They point to histories of other locales including New York City, Australia, England and pre-WW II Germany where innocent weapon registration eventually led to wholesale or complete weapon confiscation.

“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” –George Santayana

These people are not right-wing extremists, but, they strongly feel California’s assault weapon registration crosses the line between maintaining one’s individual God-given rights as dictated by the U.S. Constitution, and giving them up.

They opine that government has no more of a right to dictate which arms they can own for self-defense (or any other legal firearm activity) than it would in selecting which churches they can attend, or which topics they can discuss when writing a newspaper editorial.

And, they say that if you truly examine the facts, you will find that gun control laws just don’t work to reduce crime or violence.

For example, if gun control did work, we would not have just seen a shooting outside the White House. Washington DC has the strictest gun control laws in the country. They constitute a total gun ban — you can’t own or even possess any firearm in Washington DC.

Despite that annoying little detail, an armed man did indeed just get arrested outside the White House after allegedly shooting at it.

Every time there is a school or workplace shooting someplace, we’re falsely told that more gun control laws are needed. This in spite of the fact that California, with its very harsh gun control laws, leads the nation in such events.

CNN and The Associated Press have stated that six of the last 27 school or workplace shootings happened in California. By contrast, absolutely none have occurred in 20 of the 32 states with “shall issue” carry concealed weapon permits and no assault weapons laws.

California’s assault weapon law was passed as the result of a schoolyard shooting in Stockton. Gun-owners felt it was nothing more than a feel-good, knee-jerk reaction, and the CNN/AP numbers have proved them correct.

No fewer than 10 of those 27 school and workplace shootings ended with the suicide death of the shooter. Two more ended with suicide-by-cop. Can sanity be legislated? No, it cannot!

Our legislators seem to have forgotten that each and every thing a criminal can do with a firearm (such as merely possessing it, or committing homicide, assault, robbery or kidnapping, etc.), is already as illegal as these crimes can be, without benefit of any of the nation’s 30,000 gun-control laws. What we really need instead is criminal control.

Lastly, others complain they couldn’t or didn’t register because the law is unclear or the registration procedure was impossible to follow.

When the AB-23 assault-weapon registration went into effect, practically no information was available regarding how to comply with it by December 31, 2000. Public hearings were held. The Department of Justice “clarified” the compliance rules, over and over again.

But, many questions still remained unanswered, including which firearms needed to be registered. As late as October, the DOJ released a document on the Internet which added new ones to the list.

Due to the constant changes, my wife and I delayed sending in our own registrations until December.

We needed two forms but only had one at the time. We went to place after place, but other than “…the very last (form) we have…” from LAPD in the West Valley, all through December, no registration forms were available anywhere in the San Fernando Valley. Absolutely none.

Finally, on December 28, three short days before the deadline, DOJ posted (on the Internet) a version of the otherwise unobtainable form.

You could fill it in and send it to DOJ, but you still had to somehow obtain and submit a “real” form within 14 calendar days.

If you were lucky enough to find a form, you faced the next hurdle — fingerprinting. LAPD doesn’t do it anymore. We eventually found someone with a fingerprinting kit.

The year and a half of change, uncertainty, missing information and unobtainable forms are, in part, why so few law-abiding Californians succeeded in running the DOJ assault-weapon registration gauntlet. To many, it was impossible to comply.

To outside observers, the California assault weapons registration system has been funnier than a Mel Brooks movie. I don’t think the unnecessary creation of upwards of a million new criminals (because of nonregistration of weapons) is at all humorous — it’s sad, tragic and disgraceful.

My wife and I complied. But, after waiting for two months, we still haven’t received any proof of registration. We still can’t use our “registered” firearm without fear of arrest and confiscation. If this isn’t harassment by law, what is it?

http://www.keepandbeararms.com/information/XcIBViewItem.asp?ID=1952

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What 2017 holds for California gun owners is still in the air

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PNP comment: I am researching the 2016 new California guns laws and the law passed by the CA. voters on Nov. 8, 2016. This is a good informative article, so I decided to post it. Good luck deciding what to do. — Editor Liz Bowen

Guns.com

California lawmakers and voters in 2016 passed multiple layers of new gun laws set to take effect over the coming years, but just exactly how they translate to practice is a bit murky.

Over a dozen gun control bills were pushed through the state legislature in an express train conducted by Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León this summer. While Gov. Jerry Brown rejected a few, in the end he signed seven into law including a controversial “ghost gun” bill he had repeatedly vetoed.

Then came Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “Safety for All” voter referendum which, filed prior to the legislative push, largely duplicated several of the new pending laws while adding a mandate to require background checks prior to all ammunition sales. Listed on the ballot as Proposition 63, voters approved the initiative 63-37 in the general election earlier this month.

However, between the overlap of the legislation and the ballot initiative, and concerns over some of the laws’ constitutionality when compared to the Second Amendment translating to threats of lawsuits on the horizon, many on the ground are left confused as to what happens next.

“Trying to learn what we’re going to have to do is a hassle,” Danielle Terry, manager of Shooter’s Paradise, told the Appeal Democrat. “The Department of Justice tells us to refer to the bill text to figure out what we’re going to have to do.”

The full text of Prop. 63 alone, which has been removed from Newsom’s committee website, is 15 two-column pages taking up some 2,900 words.

Among the more rigid requirements would be that the sale of ammo without a license would be a misdemeanor for any business or person selling more than 500 rounds per month. Internet sales, unless they use a local ammo vendor as a middleman, would be illegal. Those who want to purchase ammunition would need to get a four-year $50 permit, which would require a background check.

Eventually records on all sales and transfers of ownership of ammunition will be electronically transmitted to the California Department of Justice, though the means to do so currently are nonexistent.

While the ammo restrictions largely won’t be felt by the public until 2018 or later, other tenets of the new laws will be more immediate.

Those who own “pre-ban” magazines capable of holding more than 10 cartridges, even if grandfathered under past bans, will be in violation of the law after July 1, 2017. The only allowances to remain in compliance with the law are to remove the magazine from the state, sell it to a licensed firearms dealer, or turn it in to police.

The “ghost gun” bill signed by Brown changes the definition of a firearm under California law to include “an unfinished frame or receiver that can be readily converted to the functional condition of a finished frame or receiver,” which could make ownership of 80 percent lowers and some gun kits a legal gray area.

Such raw components would have to be regulated in the state just like other guns including having a serial number registered with the Department of Justice, transferred through a licensed dealer, and fall under DROS fee schedules and waiting periods for first-time buyers. Moreover, it would require all homemade weapons currently in the state made after 1968 — and some even older — to have a serial number on file under threat of a $1,000 fine and six months in jail.

The magazine confiscation and mandates on homemade guns raises the specter of non-compliance, which is often seen in arbitrary bans.

Recently, in Connecticut, just 50,000 guns deemed by the state to be “assault weapons” out of an estimated half million in circulation were registered. On the heels of New York’s SAFE Act which expanded the state’s definition of banned weapons, just 44,000 were registered with the state out of an estimated 1.2 million thought to be in the Empire State. Prior to Prop. 63’s passage in California, gun owners rallied at the state capitol and promised they would not be handing over anything.

“We expect mass non-compliance with these laws and encourage good, peaceful Californians to carefully consider the risks of voluntarily identifying their firearms, magazines, and ammunition to law enforcement officials, especially the California Department of Justice,” Brandon Combs, president of Firearms Policy Coalition, told Guns.com previously.

As for how the new sheaf of laws will affect guns on the market in the state, the California-unique bullet button has been banned, but other variants that mean to comply with the new  law are already on the market. While some gun makers have announced their last batches of some of their “California-compliant” rifles, with a market of some 13 million estimated gun owners in the Golden State, there likely will continue to be AKs and AR of various designs on store shelves that meet DOJs new guidelines.

“To make a long story short, Yes! California will innovate, just like we have every other time they banned ARs,” the FPC’s Craig J. DeLuz told Guns.com this week. “In 1990 we came up with ‘Off List Lowers.’ In 2000 we invented the ‘Bullet Button.’  2017 will be no different. Once the regs are out, we’ll know which of the already proposed or soon to be created innovations will allow California gun owners to own these firearms while remaining in compliance.”

What is is known and expected by the state, in a fiscal analysis of Prop. 63, is that tax payers will be on the hook moving forward for potentially tens of millions of dollars annually, related to new court processes, law enforcement and regulatory costs associated with the measure.

What 2017 holds for California gun owners is still in the air

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Guns Save Lives: Armed Passerby Saves Police Officer From Being Beaten to Death

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Leah Barkoukis

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Posted: Nov 15, 2016 1:10 PM

Town Hall.com

Usually it’s police who come to the rescue, but for one sheriff’s deputy in Florida, it was a man with a concealed carry permit who saved his life.

The deputy tried to make a traffic stop Monday morning but instead of stopping, the driver took off, driving more than 100 miles per hour. After following the suspect onto an exit ramp, the driver got out of his car and started assaulting the deputy, identified as Dean Bardes.

Fortunately, an armed passerby came to Bardes’ rescue.

Shanta Holditch told WZVN that the suspect pulled the deputy out of his car and “just kept beating him and beating him … throwing him to the ground and punching him in all different directions.”

At that point, WINK reported, another driver got out of his car and ran to the scene. He told the suspect that he’d shoot him if he didn’t stop beating the deputy.

“[He] refused to get off the officer and the officer kept yelling, ‘shoot him, shoot him, shoot him,’ Holditch said.

When the suspect didn’t stop his attack, the third man shot him three times. The deputy was not hit. The suspect later died.

“I heard like three shots. He fell down on top of the police officer,” said a witness who would only give his last name, Smith.  “After a moment, the police officer rolled him back over, got on his mic, then rolled over back on the ground besides the guy.”

Bardes, a 12-year veteran of the Lee County Sheriff’s Office, suffered only minor injuries and was released from the hospital the same day.

If the ‘good guy’ didn’t have his gun, this story could’ve ended very differently for the deputy.

http://townhall.com/tipsheet/leahbarkoukis/2016/11/15/concealed-carry-holder-saves-officers-life-n2245920

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Effort to overturn California gun bills at ballot box fails

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PNP comment: Yes, many counties turned in their petitions to their county clerk. I turned in our petitions on Sept. 29, 2016 that ranged in signatures from 700 to 1,041 that we obtained in just one month. The legislature and government handled these bills in such a secretive way that it gave us very little time to obtain the needed signatures. I was extremely pleased with Siskiyou 2nd Amendment supporters, who went to signing stations of mostly gun shops to sign the petitions. Thank you everyone! — Editor Liz Bowen

Sac Bee.com

An effort to qualify November 2018 ballot measures to overturn six major gun-control laws approved earlier this year has failed, the California secretary of state’s office said this week.

Opponents of the legislation signed in early July had 90 days to collect 365,880 valid voter signatures to qualify referendums on the bills for the 2018 ballot. It wasn’t immediately known if the laws’ opponents turned in any signatures by the Sept. 29 deadline. A campaign committee to support the referendum effort, Veto Gunmageddon, has not raised or spent any money, according to state filings.

Barry Bahrami, a Carlsbad resident leading the effort, was not immediately available for comment Wednesday.

The six laws, which take effect Jan. 1, prohibit the sale of semi-automatic rifles with magazines that can quickly be detached by pressing a button and possession of high-capacity magazines holding more than 10 rounds. The laws also require background checks for ammunition sales and limit gun loans to between family members.

Another gun law signed by Gov. Jerry Brown also is a referendum target.

Arthur Aguilar – who listed the same address as Bahrami in his state filing – seeks to overturn Assembly Bill 857, which will require anyone who makes their own guns to get a serial number from the state Department of Justice beginning in July 2018. Aguilar has until next Thursday to turn in 365,880 valid voter signatures.

Read more here: http://www.sacbee.com/news/politics-government/capitol-alert/article107761042.html#storylink=cpy

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Concerned about purchasing ammunition?

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Why You Should Vote No On California’s Proposition 63–Make CRIMINALS Nervous

By Stephen Frank on Oct 10, 2016 09:41 pm

California Political Review

I have friends in Ventura County that like to go hunting in Montana.  Should Prop. 63 pass any ammunition they bought in Montana, but did not use, can not be brought back to California.  Dumb.  “Proposition 63 requires you to provide the vendor personal information each time you purchase ammunition, and it will be recorded/registered […]

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Siskiyou Co: Big push for gun petition signatures!!

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Let’s see how many Siskiyou County registered voters can sign the 7 gun petitions against the newest 7 gun bills made law by Guv. Jerry Brown!

This is the last BIG push to obtain the needed signatures.

Please sign these petitions ASAP – before Sept. 26, 2016 at locations in Siskiyou County.

Yreka:  Parson’s Gun Shop  on Main St;

A-1 Auto at 300 Oberllin Rd;

Jefferson State Ammo  is also on Oberlin Rd.

Don’s Sporting Goods on Miner’s Street

 

Fort Jones:  Valley Tire and Tackle

Weed:  Cedar Bowling Lanes at 137 Main St.

Mt. Shasta:  Solano’s Hardware

Dunsmuir:  Dunsmuir Hardware on Main.

They will also be available starting Sept. 15, 2016 at the Republican Campaign Headquarters on Miner’s St. in Yreka. Do not know the hours they will be open, but assume weekday afternoons.

To look up the bills they are:

AB 1511;  AB 1135;  AB 1695;  AB 857;  SB 1446;  SB 1235;  SB 880

To those that have already signed, we say a bit THANK YOU!  Please let your friends and relatives their signatures are needed ASAP.

We must obtain over 360,000 legal registered voter signatures throughout the state of California by Sept. 29.

We will be rounding up ALL petitions on Monday Sept. 26 and Tuesday Sept. 27 as we must get them organized on Wednesday and then turned into our Siskiyou Co. Clerk’s office on Thursday, Sept. 29. The county clerk’s office staff will then need to verify each signature with registered voters signatures in Siskiyou Co. It is a HUGE job!

Thank you for your help in getting as many signatures as possible in Siskiyou County!

Below is more info on the statewide project.

In liberty,

Liz Bowen and Brett Lucido

Co-Chairs for Siskiyou Co. VETO GUNMAGEDDON.ORG

 Call Liz at  530-467-3515

Brett at 530-921-8701

Check “Liz Writes Life” each Tuesday in Siskiyou Daily News for more info

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Save the 2nd Amendment in California !!!

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Siskiyou citizens:

Your help is needed to stop the 7 freedom-infringing gun bills recently signed by Guv. Jerry Brown.

Please sign these petitions ASAP – before Sept. 26, 2016 at locations in Siskiyou County.

Yreka:  Parson’s Gun Shop  on Main St;

A-1 Auto at 300 Oberllin Rd;

Jefferson State Ammo  is also on Oberlin Rd.

Fort Jones:  Valley Tire and Tackle

Weed:  Cedar Bowling Lanes at 137 Main St.

Mt. Shasta:  Solano’s Hardware

Dunsmuir:  Dunsmuir Hardware on Main.

They will also be available starting Sept. 15, 2016 at the Republican Campaign Headquarters on Miner’s St. in Yreka. Do not know the hours they will be open, but assume weekday afternoons.

To look up the bills they are:

AB 1511;  AB 1135;  AB 1695;  AB 857;  SB 1446;  SB 1235;  SB 880

To those that have already signed, we say a bit THANK YOU!  Please let your friends and relatives their signatures are needed ASAP.

We must obtain over 360,000 legal registered voter signatures throughout the state of California by Sept. 29.

We will be rounding up ALL petitions on Monday Sept. 26 and Tuesday Sept. 27 as we must get them organized on Wednesday and then turned into our Siskiyou Co. Clerk’s office on Thursday, Sept. 29. The county clerk’s office staff will then need to verify each signature with registered voters signatures in Siskiyou Co. It is a HUGE job!

Thank you for your help in getting as many signatures as possible in Siskiyou County!

Below is more info on the statewide project.

In liberty,

Liz Bowen and Brett Lucido

Co-Chairs for Siskiyou Co. VETO GUNMAGEDDON.ORG

Call Liz at  530-467-3515

Brett at 530-921-8701

Check “Liz Writes Life” each Tuesday in Siskiyou Daily News for more info

 

 VETO GUNMAGEDDON.org needs you now, and the clock runs out on September 26th.

Visit:  www.vetogunmageddon.org  for more info.

On July 1st, the Friday before Independence Day weekend, Governor Jerry Brown signed a whopping 7 anti-gun rights bills into law.

The California Legislature “gut & amended” unrelated bills that had already passed committee, disenfranchising voters from having any say in the entire process, and turned these bills into what the politicians themselves called “Gunmageddon”.

These laws dramatically expand the definition of “assault weapons” to include even neutered rifles with fixed magazines needing a tool to remove, banning their future sale and requiring those currently owned to be registered as “assault weapons”. They will need to either be surrendered to the state or sold out of state when we die. It’s a slow gun grab.  Hundreds of thousands of law abiding citizens are at risk of becoming felons.

They also ban the mere possession of +10 round magazines requiring their confiscation from their legal owners of +16 years without compensation, prevent loaning firearms for otherwise lawful purposes like hunting or marksmanship programs, and require background checks every time you buy ammo plus limit ammo purchases to only face-to-face licensed vendors.

VETO GUNMAGEDDON was formed in opposition to these laws in order to exercise the People’s Veto at the ballot box and protect what little gun rights we have left in California.

We have filed for a referendum on all SEVEN laws. Since mid-July, we have registered over 550 signing locations and have motivated volunteers delivering petitions, and gathering, verifying, and counting signatures. In a matter of days, we covered the entire state with enough petitions for 1,000,000 signatures for EACH REFERENDUM.  This is an unprecedented effort!

If we can collect enough signatures and have them filed in all 58 California counties by September 29th, these new laws will be on hold until the people vote on them in the next general election (2018) where we hope to veto them.

PLEASE… we urgently need you to sign these petitions before September 24th. These are paper petitions; online petitions  carry no legal weight in California. Visit our signing locator to find one nearest you:  https://www.vetogunmageddon.org/petition-locator/

If we do not get our goal of 600,000 signatures per petition filed by September 29th, these bills WILL BECOME LAW. This is our last stand.

We are finding many voters who may be neutral on the gun topic still despise the gut and amend tactics that disenfranchise voters or any law that restricts the rights and liberties of the people. Bring your family and friends to your nearest signing location, and please forward this email to anyone who would support us.

Please visit https://www.vetogunmageddon.org/ to find more information about our effort and opposition to these laws, and to donate or volunteer.

Follow Veto Gunmageddon on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates.

https://www.facebook.com/VetoGunmageddon

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VETO GUNMAGEDDON partnered with Voters Organized To Engage (V.O.T.E.) in order to get these seven petitions available to the public as quickly as possible. Included with the seven gun petitions are two other V.O.T.E. initiatives, one for Electronic Signature Gathering and another for jury trials in child custody cases.

Please visit www.cirrraof2016.com to learn more about this Electronic Signature Gathering Proposal.

Please visit www.raiseyourrights.org to get more information on “Jury Trial Rights” for parents  dealing with child custody issues.

This message has been sent to you by:  VETO GUNMAGEDDON, CITIZENS OF CALIFORNIA WHO ARE OPPOSED TO PROPOSITION 63, ASSEMBLY BILLS 1135, 1511, 1695, 857 AND SENATE BILLS 880, 1235 AND 1446.  FPPC#1387279

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Siskiyou County voters: Support the 7 referendums to repeal the newest gun laws signed by Guv. Brown ASAP

2nd Amendment rights

REFERENDUM Petitions against the 7 newest CA gun bills are now available for signing at these local businesses.

We have 10 days to get as many signatures as possible of registered voters in Siskiyou County, as we are trying to meet the deadline to get these referendums on the November 2016 General Election California Ballot.

Please stop by with at least 10 minutes to spare to sign all of them. Thank you for your support!!!!

Yreka — Parson’s Gun Shop at 406 S. Main St.

Yreka — A-1 Auto at 201 E. Oberlin Rd has the petitions for signing.

Yreka — Jefferson State Arms at 330 Oberlin Road.

Mt. Shasta — Solano’s Alpine Hardware at 128 Morgan Way now has the petitions and should be open on Saturday.

Fort Jones in Scott Valley — Valley Tire and Tackle has petitions that can be signed. They will be open on Saturday until 2 p.m. Then open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. all next week!

For more info go to:

https://www.vetogunmageddon.org/

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