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Urgent- Support Constitutional Carry!

Constitutional Carry needs your support.  Here is what you can do: 1) Contact the members of the Criminal Justice and Public Safety committee. Urge them to support Constitutional Carry — LD-660. Insist they pass LD-660 immediately and reject any and all anti-gun legislation this session. Sen. Stan Gerzofsky D-Cumberland, Chair (207) 373-1328 Tvqqpsu&31Dpotujuvujpobm&31Dbssz”&31.&31ME.771′)”>mndion@msn.com Sen. David […]


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Senator Mason – Take the Knife Out of My Back

Dear Patriot, Why won’t Senator Mason commit to forcing a roll call vote on LD 660 – Representative Aaron Libby’s Constitutional Carry bill? Senator Mason claims to support the 2nd Amendment, and he has even claimed that he supports LD 660 - yet he won’t publicly commit to forcing a roll call vote before the full […]


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Is Governor LePage About to Cave on ObamaCare

Dear Patriot, Media and inside sources tell me that Governor LePage is considering caving on his stand against ObamaCare, and has entered into discussions with the Obama administration about expanding Medicaid. Please contact Governor LePage immediately and tell him not to cave on ObamaCare and not to expand Medicaid.   Governor Paul LePage governor@maine.gov 207-287-3531 […]


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Stop Obamacare in Maine

As you know, for the first time in our history, Americans are going to be forced to purchase health insurance – or be penalized heavily by the federal government. The good news is, you and I have an opportunity to nullify ObamaCare right here in Maine. And LD 680 is designed to do just that. […]


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Constitutional Carry needs your support!

Dear Patriot, I have some good news… State Representative Aaron Libby (R-Waterboro) has introduced Constitutional Carry again this year! Constitutional Carry means if you can legally possess a gun for self-defense, then you can carry it without having to first beg for government permission It was recently signed into law in Alaska, Arizona, and Wyoming. […]


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