As you know from yesterday, AB 2607, by Assemblymember Phil Ting (D-San Francisco), which allows your boss, professor, or therapist to take away your gun rights, has hit the Assembly Floor. The bill seeks to expand the scope of the four month old, unconstitutional gun violence restraining orders.
We gave you a list yesterday morning to call and you annihilated it! Our lobbyist, Craig DeLuz, heard from all of the Members on the list that their phones were totally blowing up and shutting down.
Now we need you to do it again with another group of key legislators.
1. CALL the key Assemblymembers listed below -- ask them to "stand with the ACLU, Public Defenders Association, mental health providers like the California Psychological Association, and Firearms Policy Coalition by voting no on AB 2607 because it will destroy campus speech and wreck the mental health system in California."
2. Sign the petition opposing AB 2607.
3. Share this page on your social media accounts.
AUTHOR: Asm. Phil Ting (D - San Francisco).
WHAT IT DOES: AB 2607 allows an employer, a coworker, a mental health worker who has seen the person as a patient, or an employee of a secondary or postsecondary school that the person has attended to file for a gun violence restraining order.
LOCATION: Assembly Floor, Third Reading
STATUS: AB 2607 will be eligible to be voted on this Thursday, April 28th. If passed, it will move to the Senate.
CALL THESE KEY ASSEMBLYMEMBERS NOW!
It takes less than 3 minutes to help us fight this bill. Call every one of these Assemblymembers and ask them to "stand with the ACLU, Public Defenders Association, mental health providers like the California Psychological Association, and Firearms Policy Coalition by voting no on AB 2607 because it will destroy campus speech and wreck the mental health system in California."
Asm. Reggie Jones-Sawyer - (916) 319-2059
Asm. Ken Cooley - (916) 319-2008
Asm. Ian Calderon - (916) 319-2057
Asm. Jim Cooper - (916) 319-2009
Asm. Adam Gray - (916) 319-2021
Asm. Cheryl Brown - (916) 319-2047
Asm. Chris Holden - (916) 319-2041