S.C. NRA Members: Make A Stand At Gun Issues Hearings

posted on September 9, 2016

This is a critical call to arms for NRA members to join South Carolina state senators at hearings to discuss “gun issues.” The special sessions, called by the new Senate Gun Issues Special Committee, will be chaired by state Sen. Gerald Malloy, with senators Chip Campsen, Chauncey Gregory, Greg Hembree and Marlon Kimpson also serving on the commission. 

National Rifle Association members must voice their opposition to any new gun legislation that won’t stop violent crime but will impact law-abiding citizens. It is highly anticipated that billionaire former NYC Mayor Michael Bloomberg will support numerous bills aimed at eliminating our Second Amendment rights. 

Four hearings have been scheduled, with the first slated for Sept. 15 (details below). We will keep you apprised of upcoming dates for the three additional meetings. Please make a stand:

Thursday, September 15, 2016
6 - 8 p.m.
Greenville County Council Chambers
301 University Ridge
Greenville, SC 29601

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