PLEASE CALL THE CA ASSEMBLY APPROPS COMMITTEE TO OPPOSE SB 250

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PLEASE CALL THE CA ASSEMBLY APPROPS COMMITTEE TO OPPOSE SB 250

Post  Plott Proud on Sat Jul 11, 2009 1:51 am

[b]FOLKS ~ WE NEED THE HELP OF EVERY HOUND DOG ENTHUSIEST OUT THERE! WITH YOUR HELP WE CAN STOP THIS HERE AND HOPEFULLY KEEP IT AWAY FROM YOUR FRONT DOOR!!
THIS IS A BILL THAT WOULD MANDATE A MANDATORY CASTRATION FOR YOUR MALES & A HYSTERECTOMY OF YOUR FEMALES IF YOU DON'T BUY AN INTACT PERMIT FROM YOUR LOCAL ANIMAL CONTROL!
Doesn't sound as nice as Spay & Neuter does it?

Folks WE NEED TO CALL , FAX, WRITE, and Email these folks right now!! TELL THEM YOU OPPOSE SB 250!! ASK FOR THE GOOD ASSEMBLY MEMBER TO DO THE SAME!!
I just finished contacting the entire list of 16. You can do it in 15 minutes or so.

They said that they've been getting some calls and faxes from the entire NATION!
THIS IS GOOD! AS YOU KNOW, WHAT STARTS HERE JUST SNOWBALLS AND GETS BIGGER AND WORSE AS IT HEADS EAST!!
They told me that it's about 50/50 on the calls, but A LOT MORE IN OPPOSITION AS THE FAXES GO![/
b]LET'S BURN UP SOME MORE FAX MACHINES AS WE DID LAST YEAR ON AB1634!
PLEASE CONTACT NOW!!


Thank You!
Irv Corbin
Secretary/California Houndsmen for Conservation
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Assembly Appropriations Committee



Assembly Member Kevin De Leon, Chair - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 2114

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2045

916/319-2145 fax

Assemblymember.deLeon@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Jim Nielsen, Co Chair - (Rep)

Capitol Building # 6031

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2002

916/319-2102 fax

Assemblymember.Nielsen@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Tom Ammiano - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 2175

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2013

916/319-2113 fax

Assemblymember.ammiano@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Charles M. Calderon - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 2117

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2058

916/319-2158 fax

Assemblymember.calderon@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Joe Coto - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 2196

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2023

916/319-2123 fax

Assemblymember.coto@assembly.ca.gov





Assembly Member Mike Davis -(D)

Capitol Building # 2160

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2048

916/319-2148 fax

Assemblymember.Davis@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Michael D. Duvall - (Rep)

Capitol Building # 4139

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2072

916/319-2172 fax

Assemblymember.Duvall@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Felipe Fuentes - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 5136

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2039

916/319-2139 fax

Assemblymember.Fuentes@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Isadore Hall - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 6025

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2052

916/319-2152 fax

Assemblymember.Hall@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Diane Harkey - (Rep)

Capitol Building # 4177

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2073

916/319-2173 fax

Assemblymember.Harkey@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Jeff Miller - (Rep)

Capitol Building # 3147

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2071

916/319-2171 fax

Assemblymember.Miller@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member John A. Perez - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 3160

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2046

916/319-2180 fax

Assemblymember.John.Perez@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Nancy Skinner - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 4126

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2014

916/319-2114 fax

Assemblymember.Skinner@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Jose Solorio - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 2013

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2069

916/319-2169 fax

Assemblymember.Solorio@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Audra Strickland - (Rep)

Capitol Building # 4208

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2037

916/319-2137 fax

Assemblymember.Strickland@assembly.ca.gov



Assembly Member Tom Torlakson - (Dem)

Capitol Building # 5160

Sacramento CA 95814

916/319-2011

916/319-2111 fax

Assemblymember.Torlakson@assembly.ca.gov

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Re: PLEASE CALL THE CA ASSEMBLY APPROPS COMMITTEE TO OPPOSE SB 250

Post  Plott Proud on Mon Jul 13, 2009 8:17 am

This kind of stuff doesn't bother any of you, right? It'll never happen to us, right?
Yeah, right. I certainly hope it doesn't!

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Post  Plott Proud on Fri Jul 17, 2009 2:44 am

First off, I'd like to thank NPHA President Gary Cox for personally calling the 16 Aseembly Members and voicing his opposition personally as well as that of the NPHA to this bill!!

Right up until Tuesday evening I had made plans to be in Sacramento and show Opposition support to this bill. Unfortunately I wasn't able to go this time.
Below is a letter from Bill Gaines from COHA who was there and ready to speak in opposition if the bill was indeed presented. I'll be sure to keep you abreast of any future issues concerning our dogs!

Below is a letter sent to me by Bill Gaines, President of COHA.

Thank you.
Irv Corbin
Secretary/CHC
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Dear John and Irv:

I am pleased to let you know that SB 250 was brought up for consideration in the Assembly Appropriations Committee on July 15th. I was at the hearing representing COHA, CHC, USSA and other interested COHA members. With a room full of organizations and individuals in opposition to the measure closely watching, the bill's author - Senator Dean Florez - chose not to present the bill or to bring forth any speakers in support of the measure. Opposition did have a limited opportunity to testify and were joined by two Assembly Members on the Committee who echoed their opposition to the bill. As expected, the Committee placed the bill on the “suspense” due to the measure's fiscal impact on the state. The bill could be pulled from suspense and heard in Committee in the near future. However, if the bill is not pulled from the suspense file, it will die a quiet death. Given the state’s fiscal situation, other higher priorities, and the outpouring of opposition to the measure, we are hopeful that the bill will stay on suspense. COHA will continue to keep a close watch on this bill.



Below is the link to the news release the USSA sent out earlier today on the bill:



http://www.ussportsmen.org/Page.aspx?pid=2050



If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us.



Thank you for your continued support. I look forward to seeing both of you at our annual event on August 1st.



Bill Gaines, President







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(916) 643-4607 office

(916) 643-4682 fax



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An outpouring of opposition by California sportsmen has applied the brakes to a bill that would trample the rights of sportsmen and dog enthusiasts.

Senate Bill 250, which would with few exceptions mandate that all dogs be spayed or neutered, appeared on the fast track this year. It passed the Senate last month and recently cleared the Assembly Business and Professions Committee. However, during a hearing on July 15, more than 100 opponents turned out and rallied afterwards. During the rally, they heard from numerous speakers including longtime sportsmen’s supporter, Sen. George Runner (R- Lancaster) a member of the Outdoor Sporting Caucus.

The bill remains “suspense file” which is where bills with a fiscal impact go. Once a bill has been placed there, legislators must vote to remove it before the bill can be considered again.

“The turnout today as well as the calls, letters, and emails from sportsmen and dog enthusiasts made a difference,” said Rob Sexton, U.S. Sportsmen's Alliance (USSA) vice president for government affairs. “Although we’re not out of the woods yet, this kind of grassroots support is what can really get the attention of legislators. “

In addition to USSA, opposition has come from dog and sporting groups across California, including key partners such as the California Outdoor Heritage Alliance (COHA), Masters of Foxhounds Association of North America, NRA, California Rifle and Pistol Association, and Pet Pac.

Take Action- California sportsmen should continue contacting their Assembly members and inform them of your continued opposition to SB 250 without full protections for sporting dog owners.

To find your state assembly member’s phone number, please use the Legislative Action Center. You can also send an e-mail directly to your legislator through the legislative action center.

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Post  Plott Proud on Sat Jul 18, 2009 12:26 am

And you wonder why we don't have our own Monthly issue of the Coonhound Bloodlines magazine anymore??????? Rolling Eyes

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