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Once again this month we will be at the Monroe County Legislature meeting on Sept. 11 6pm Monroe county office building, 39 W. Main St to advocate for changing the county parks law prohibiting all firearms, including licensed concealed carry.

This law is obviously unconstitutional and under NYS law illegal and unenforceable. That doesn't mean it is not a danger to you the gun owner.

We have been trying for a number of years to get the law repealed or changed to at least allow licensed concealed carry but have been consistently put off by the Republican leadership. Most notabley this year County Executive(and congressional candidate) Maggie Brooks and County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich have refused to help us with this change.

For this months legislature meeting we have Larry Pratt of Gun Owners of America(GOA) coming in to speak at the public forum on this issue.

We need a large crowd of supporters there for this event, please make every effort to attend. It wouldn't hurt to have multiple speakers on the subject. If you want to speak you need to sign up in advance by calling 585 753-1950 and getting on the list of speakers.

Again Tuesday Sept. 11 6pm 4th floor of the Monroe County Office building.

Thanks for your support

Ken Mathison
Monroe County SCOPE

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GOA along with SCOPE, NRA and the Second Amendment Show are fighting for your constitutional right to carry your concealed handgun in Monroe County Parks.

We need 200 people at the Monroe County legislative meeting on September 11. Please plan to attend!

When: Tuesday, Sept 11, 2012
Where: Monroe County Office Building
4th Floor
39 W. Main St., Rochester, NY

Also, call Monroe County Executive Maggie Brooks at 585-753-1000 and Monroe County Republican Chairman Bill Reilich at 585-546-8040 and request that they support concealed carry.
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