A radical anti-gun bill, House Bill 4121, was rammed through the Joint Committee on Public Safety and Homeland Security in a rare, non-publicized electronic poll vote on Saturday, June 7. Floor debate in the Massachusetts House of Representatives could begin as early as this week, and your immediate assistance is needed to defeat HB 4121.
The 2013 legislative session adjourned this week after facing the greatest threats to the Second Amendment never before seen in the Pine Tree State. With your help, all of the anti-gun bills proposed during this session were defeated, and important Right-to-Carry confidentiality legislation was enacted into law. A special thanks to all dedicated NRA members and Second Amendment supporters who contacted their elected state officials on gun-related legislation.
Today, Senate Bill 281 received final approval in the House of Delegates by a 78 to 61 vote. On the House floor, the bill was made even worse as Delegates stripped out a committee amendment that would have exempted active duty military and veterans under age 21 from the handgun licensing and training requirements. This extremist anti-gun bill now goes back to the state Senate as soon as TOMORROW MORNING for a concurrence vote on the House amendments.