RICKD.C. PERSONAL PROTECTION ACT A TOP LEGISLATIVE PRIORITYSun Nov 6, 2005 23:16188.8.131.52
D.C. PERSONAL PROTECTION ACT A TOP LEGISLATIVE PRIORITY
One of NRA-ILA's top legislative priorities in Congress continues to be the
passage of S. 1082 and H.R. 1288--the Senate and House versions of the
"District of Columbia Personal Protection Act." This legislation seeks to
restore the constitutionally-guaranteed Second Amendment rights of the
residents of the District of Columbia.
The need for this legislation is obvious. While effectively banning handgun
ownership for over a quarter-century, Washington, D.C. consistently has one
of the highest homicide rates in the nation. "D.C.'s politicians have
stripped law-abiding residents of their ability to defend themselves and
their families," said NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox. "Passage of
the 'District of Columbia Personal Protection Act' will remedy this
senseless and dangerous injustice."
Please be sure to contact your U.S. Senators and Representative and ask them
to cosponsor and support S. 1082 and H.R. 1288.
For a list of Senate cosponsors, please visit
For a list of House cosponsors, please visit
You can call your U.S. Senators at (202) 224-3121, or your U.S.
Representative at (202) 225-3121.
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