SCOTUS ruling / NJ
So, I couldn't resist and shot a message off to the NJ Attorney General asking what impact the ruling will have on NJ. I got a "canned" email response as expected. I encourage all from NJ to do the same and start contacting the AG's office.
I am in receipt of your email to Attorney General Dow dated June 28, 2010.
The Attorney General's office is currently reviewing the U.S. Supreme Court's decision.
Thank you for taking the time to write.
Regina M. Garb
Citizens Services and Relations
Office of the Attorney General
Good luck, you're gonna need it.
We will need lots of luck. But unless a large amount of people start pushing the issue, nothing will ever change. I figure it took me a minute or two to send my request and probably the same amount of time for them to generate my response (assuming it was not auto-generated). A 1000 individual people submitting a similar request does not take a 1000 people much time, but 1000 responses is a different story.
Which email addres did u use?
Originally Posted by joecs1
I'd like to be heard too.
It couldn't hurt anyway.
You actually do it all from a URL.
State of New Jersey
The ruling is still limited to handguns in the home and all the Justices, including the ones concurring on this decision, continue to show their ignorance and hypocrisy.
They'll probably claim it doesn't affect them at all. Even if the AG wanted to go shall-issue, the problem is NJ's idiot legislature put firearms permits in the hands of judges, who are probably not going to just "let go" of their power without a fight. And I doubt the legislature has the guts to take back control of the process.
Originally Posted by rmilchman
What makes them any more special than the average citizen? Hell I am an LEO and I think everyone who has a clean background should carry a weapon, in fact I suggest it to everyone I know even the anti's!
When NJ gets as liberated regarding cc as say Vermont or Alaska, you have then arrived!:hand10: