Missouri: Libraries Seek to Restrict Self-Defense

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Missouri: Libraries Seek to Restrict Self-Defense

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Post by NHGF [Feed] » Thu Dec 07, 2017 8:54 pm

ImageLibraries in your community, which are members of the Missouri Library Association, are seeking to restrict your ability to defend yourself and reverse the hard-won progress achieved with the passage of Senate Bill 656 back in 2016.
During their annual conference, the Missouri Library Association voted to include in its legislative agenda a desire to allow libraries to opt out of allowing law-abiding citizens to defend themselves while on their properties.  Such “gun-free zones” do nothing to prevent criminals from carrying firearms illegally while leaving law-abiding citizens defenseless when they cross an arbitrary threshold into certain areas.
Please contact your state legislators to oppose any such measure and to ensure that your right to self-defense is protected across the state. Click here to find your state legislators. Stay tuned to www.nraila.org and your email inbox for further updates on this issue as we get ready to enter the 2018 legislative session.



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