Updates > Update for 3/16/2013: What Can Activists Do
Update for 3/16/2013
Can Activists Do Now?
Activists are inquiring as to what
they can do to advance our right to keep and bear arms now
that the legislative session has ended. Consider the
1) Contact governor Herbert.
Demand that he veto all of the gun control bills that passed,
and sign the only tolerable gun rights advancement that
passed: HB 76 S1. See
bill summaries and
Herbert's contact information.
2) Network with local gun owners.
Let people know what happened this session. Get them
connected with sites like UT Gun Rights so they can receive
critical information and form their own, independent
opinions. Sign up for our free email alerts and news at
firstname.lastname@example.org and "Like" us on Facebook at
Encourage others to read, analyze,
question, confront, challenge, and understand what is going on
around them. A highly literate activist community is required
to resist manipulation, deception, and fraud. Here are two
pages they should familiarize themselves with:
2013 Bill Tracking
Page: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly, and our
3) Organize into smaller working
groups for your area. Each legislator should be receiving
his/her political marching orders from a group of local,
determined, solidly-educated gun rights activists. This group
can consider political action such as establishing local
email/phone political action networks, fliering, holding town
meetings, recruiting alternative candidates, and involvement
in partisan caucuses.
The war is underway for your rights.
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