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Venus Pax
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Post by Venus Pax » Mon Apr 16, 2007 9:14 pm

Jason73 wrote: If the author believes this information should be made available then I think I should be permitted to require my neighbors to undergo the same criminal background check I had to go thru in obtaining my CHL because I want to know if I have a spouse/child beater, drug pusher, arsonist, rapist, etc living next to me - turnabout is fair play right?
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Post by longtooth » Tue Apr 17, 2007 7:20 am

Yes sir.
yea buddy.
Ofcoarse.
Sure nuff.
Absotively pozalutely,
You bet.
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Post by byronw999 » Tue May 01, 2007 7:49 pm

I hope yall are emailing your state senator about this.. I for one dont want to be a break-in target because some liberal newspaper decides to print our info.


To: BYRONW999@YAHOO.COM
Subject: CHL Confidentiality On The Move
Date: Tue, 1 May 2007 16:38:43 -0500
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Texas State Rifle Association Political Action Committe

HB 991 by Rep. Rose (D-Dripping Springs) and Sen. Deuell (R-Greenville) took a giant step forward by passing in Senate State Affairs Committee.

TSRA discovered that a Texas hunting licensee enjoys more privacy than a CHL. Only law enforcement should have access to information about a CHL.

HB 991 now moves to the floor of the Senate.

It takes 21 votes to bring up a bill on the Senate floor for consideration and then a simple majority to pass.

Please, today, email your Texas State Senator and urge them to vote to consider HB 991 and then vote FOR HB 991 and send it to Governor Perry. Thank the members of Senate State Affairs; Senators Duncan, Williams, Carona, Harris, Jackson, Fraser, and Lucio for passing HB 991. Senators Ellis and Van de Putte voted NAY.

Contact information for State Senators can be found at http://www.senate.state.tx.us/75r/Senate/Members.htm



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