1)This Wed. Feb. 28, 11am in Trenton – Attend the NJ State Assembly Judiciary Committee Hearing on A1217, the Extreme Risk Protection Order bill (see today’s call topic for explanation). RSVP:
2)Outraged about gun violence? Attend our area’s Moms Demand Action meeting on March 14th at 7PM in Spring Lake,
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CALL TOPIC:  Let’s call our State of NJ Legislators to demand NJ pass a Red Flag Law—a policy that empowers family members and law enforcement to seek an Extreme Risk Protection Order, a court order temporarily restricting a person’s access to guns when they pose a danger to self or others.
Find the phone # for your State of NJ reps here:
Or, to send a direct message to your NJ State reps, click here:
I am a constituent and I’m calling with my support for NJ to pass a Red Flag law that would allow family members and other people to petition a court for an Extreme Risk Protection Order, in order to have a gun owner’s guns seized if they have good reason to believe that person poses a danger to themselves or others. This measure has been enacted into laws in 5 other states, is shown to reduce suicide rates, and may prevent a horrific gun related action as has become all too common in the US.
I urge the Senator/Assemblymember to support and cosponsor the following legislation to establish a Red Flag Law,
Senate: S795/ Assembly: A1217 (“Authorizes gun violence restraining orders and firearm seizure warrants”). Thank you.
If you have a personal story to relate to this issue, and are comfortable sharing it, please do – our elected officials want to hear how their policies affect our lives!
Caller best practices:
Senator Cory Booker – (scroll to bottom)
Comment directly to your NJ State Legislators:
Comment directly to Governor Murphy:
Comment directly to the NJ State Attorney General:
NJ Governor’s Office – 609-292-6000
“Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.” – 1st Amendment to the US Constitution