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Gun Owners Privacy Act. Senate Bill 29
« on: April 06, 2009, 11:28:05 PM »
 
 "Gun Owner Privacy Act" To Be Heard Tuesday!

Please Contact Your State Senator Immediately!

In response to the Delaware State Police maintaining a list of firearm purchasers, State Senator Bruce Ennis (D-14) introduced Senate Bill 29, the "Gun Owners Privacy Act."

SB 29 would prohibit the creation, sale or distribution of lists and information about firearms and their owners not authorized or required by law. It would create civil remedies for governmental invasion of privacy.  

SB29 would also give the Attorney General the power to investigate any suspected violations, set and enforce penalties, and even grant compensation when necessary.

This bill will go before the full Senate on Tuesday, April 7.  It is paramount that you contact your State Senator and respectfully urge him or her to support SB 29.  

Senator Thurman Adams Jr. (D-19)

(302) 744-4286

Thurman.Adams@state.de.us

 

Senator Patricia M. Blevins (D-7)

(302) 744-4133

Patricia.Blevins@state.de.us

 

Senator Colin R. J. Bonini (R-16)

(302) 744-4169

senator-colin@prodigy.net

 

Senator George H. Bunting Jr. (D-20)

(302) 744-4286

George.Bunting@state.de.us

 

Senator Brian J. Bushweller (D-17)

(302) 744-4162

brian.bushweller@state.de.us

 

Senator Catherine L. Cloutier (R-5)

(302) 744-4197

catherine.cloutier@state.de.us

 

Senator Dori Connor (R-12)

(302) 744-4164

Dorinda.Connor@state.de.us

 

Senator Nancy W. Cook (D-15)

(302) 744-4237

nancy.cook@state.de.us    

 

Senator Anthony J. DeLuca (D-11)

(302) 744-4165

Anthony.DeLuca@state.de.us

 

Senator Bruce C. Ennis (D-14)

(302) 744-4310

bruce.ennis@state.de.us

 

Senator Bethany A. Hall-Long (D-10)

(302) 744-4286

bethany.hall-long@state.de.us

 

Senator Margaret Rose Henry (D-2)

(302) 744-4191

MargaretRose.Henry@state.de.us

 

Senator Michael S. Katz (D-4)

(302) 744-4286

michael.katz@state.de.us

 

Senator Robert I. Marshall (D-3)

(302) 744-4168

robert.marshall@state.de.us

 

Senator David B. McBride (D-13)

(302) 744-4167

David.McBride@state.de.us

 

Senator Harris B. McDowell III (D-1)

(302) 744-4147

Harris.McDowell@state.de.us

 

Senator Karen E. Peterson (D-9)

(302) 744-4163

Karen.Peterson@state.de.us

 

Senator F. Gary Simpson (R-18)

(302) 744-4134

gsimpson@udel.edu

 

Senator David P. Sokola (D-8)

(302) 744-4139

David.Sokola@state.de.us;

 

Senator Liane M. Sorenson (R-6)

(302) 744-4136

Liane.Sorenson@state.de.us

 

Senator Robert L. Venables Sr. (D-21)

(302) 744-4298

Robert.Venables@state.de.us
 
 
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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #1 on: April 07, 2009, 12:11:24 AM »

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Please Contact Your State Senator Immediately!

Done!

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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #2 on: April 07, 2009, 12:41:09 AM »
I sent mine in.
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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #3 on: April 07, 2009, 10:34:11 AM »
Email sent
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« Reply #4 on: April 07, 2009, 01:16:53 PM »
I received a reply from Senator Simpson.   He says he is a co-sponsor of the bill and supports it.   ;D

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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #5 on: April 07, 2009, 01:23:05 PM »
I have to say this was kept pretty quiet untill the last minute
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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #6 on: April 08, 2009, 06:30:14 PM »
 "Gun Owner Privacy Act" Pulled in Delaware

Please Continue Checking Your Email and www.NRAILA.org for Updates


Senate Bill 29, introduced by State Senator Bruce Ennis (D-14), was pulled due to scheduling issues.

SB29, also known as the "Gun Owners Privacy Act", would prohibit the creation, sale or distribution of lists and information about firearms and their owners not authorized or required by law. It would create civil remedies for governmental invasion of privacy.  This legislation would also give the Attorney General the power to investigate any suspected violations, set and enforce penalties, and even grant compensation when necessary.

SB29 will likely be brought up again in the coming weeks so please continue checking your email and www.NRAILA.org for updates. 
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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #7 on: April 08, 2009, 07:12:16 PM »
And anyone (like me) who missed the opportunity to email their rep, DO IT NOW!!!  :)  Of course, only if you support this SB! 

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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act
« Reply #8 on: April 08, 2009, 07:40:52 PM »
Gunenvy you beat me to it again ;)
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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act. Senate Bill 29
« Reply #9 on: April 28, 2009, 07:09:44 PM »
"Gun Owner Privacy Act" Scheduled to be Considered on Thursday!

Please Contact Your State Senator Today!

Senate Bill 29, the "Gun Owners Privacy Act," is scheduled to be considered by the full Senate on Thursday, April 30.

Sponsored by State Senator Bruce Ennis (D-14), SB29 would prohibit the creation, sale or distribution of lists and information about firearms and their owners not authorized or required by law. It would also create civil remedies for governmental invasion of privacy.  SB29 would also give the Attorney General the power to investigate any suspected violations, set and enforce penalties, and even grant compensation when necessary.

Please contact your State Senator TODAY and respectfully urge them to pass SB29.  Contact information can be found below.



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Re: Gun Owners Privacy Act. Senate Bill 29
« Reply #10 on: June 25, 2009, 03:51:11 PM »
Gun Records Protection Bill Heads to the Governor’s Desk
Please Contact Governor Markell Today!

Yesterday, Wednesday, June 24, the Delaware State House unanimously passed Senate Bill 139, with two members absent.  SB 139 would provide legal purchasers of firearms a source of redress in the Delaware court system if their firearms purchase records are improperly handled or stored by the Delaware State Police. It would also allow the successful party seeking an injunction to recover his or her attorney’s fees and court costs. The bill now moves to Governor’s desk for his consideration.

Please contact Governor Jack Markell (D) TODAY and urge him to support this crucial piece of legislation.  Contact information can be found here.   

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