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Now would be a good time to contact the Speaker of the House.


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As Session looms in the offing, the makeup of the committees in the House are being decided at this time.

The chosen to sit in judgment on your right to arms makes a huge difference in whether restoring the intent of the Founders gets a chance to be heard.  The individual who makes those appointments is Cameron Sexton.

The Speaker has eyes on the Governor's mansion in 2026, and as the savvy politician he is, he is looking to build coalitions to ride on for that coming race.   Now is the time to reach out respectfully and alert him to the fact that the populace has been watching the courts, and expect the State to agree with SCOTUS and return to the laws and principals in the era of ratification of the Constitutions which Bruen mandates as the only metric that can be used to infringe, (which is what government does, God gave us rights, government restricts them.)

The recent case U.S. v Perez-Gallan states it perfectly, actions of government must align with the Nation's historical tradition of firearm regulation.  As our analog of that time said the free men of this state have a right to keep and bear arms for the common defense (1796) the current statutes regarding "intent to go armed" being an "offense/crime" are unconstitutional.

Letters, e-mails and calls to his office politely requesting the make up of Civil and Criminal Justice committees to be constructed with a view to positioning members who are Constitutionally minded instead of driven by the Chamber of Commerce are needed.

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