Pasted this from Georgiacarry.org and if you live in Georgia please make the call:
Tomorrow is the deadline for the Governor to decide on HB 89. This morning, it was reported by a GCO member that the Governor's office is not receiving very many telephone calls regarding HB 89. Here is the pertinent portion of his report:
After asking him to pass a request to the Governor to sign HB89 into law, I gave my usual thanks for taking what must be one of a great many calls. Instead of the usual (surprised) "you're welcome," this gentleman's comment was, "Actually, I haven't gotten many."
That statement by a member of the Governor's staff is a matter for concern today, as tomorrow is the deadline for the Governor's decision. Can you do something about this today and tomorrow? Can you ask the Governor to sign HB 89?
Can your friends and relatives call?
Is there anything more important you can be doing today and tomorrow for the future of your right to bear arms?
Web Form E-Mail:
georgia.gov - Contact Governor Perdue
As always, please exercise extreme courtesy and self restraint in dealing with Gov. Perdue’s office.
HB 89 will remove restaurants that serve alcohol, mass transit, State Parks, and WMAs from Georgia's places off limits list!
If you share this goal, then today is the day for you to act! Please contact the Governor and urge others to do the same.
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