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Tell Congress: End 'Gun-Free Zones' At Military Bases

June 2009: Abdulhakim Mujahid Muhammad kills 1 and injures another at a recruiting station in Little Rock, Arkansas...

November 2009: Nidal Malik Hasan kills 13 and injures 32 at the Soldier Readiness Center in Fort Hood, Texas...

September 2013: Aaron Alexis kills 12 and injures 3 at Navy Yard in Washington, DC...

April 2014: Ivan A. Lopez kills 3 and injures 16 marking the second mass-shooting in Fort Hood, Texas...

July 2015: Muhammad Youssef Abdulazeez kills 5 and injures 2 at a recruiting center in Chattanooga, Tennessee...

All of these tragedies were facilitated by federal policy that mandates ‘Gun-Free Zones’ at bases and other military workplaces. 

If you agree that Congress must end 'Gun-Free Zones' for the military, add your name below and proceed to send a personalized message to your U.S. Representative and Senators on this issue.

Public Comments
Aug 11th, 2017
Belinda E. from Townsend, DE writes:
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These Soldiers a trained to protect us and yet they have their rights to protect themselves taken away. As the Proud Mom of a Soldier evey Mom wants their Sons an Daughters safe and we worry that they are not safe on a Military base . This is a disgrace that has to be changed for the Men an Women who give everthing to Serve and ask nothing in return. Make our Soldiers safe no matter where they are.
Aug 3rd, 2016
Susan H. from Clearwater, FL writes:
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Aren't. These guys and gals trained to protect us and themselves at all times?? WTH??? Give them their guns to keep on them always. Surely they know when they should not carry a gun. Lord, please have Mercy on our Country!
Apr 8th, 2016
Someone from Lutz, FL signed.
Mar 17th, 2016
cindy c. from Middleport, PA signed.
Feb 11th, 2016
Someone from Fort Worth, TX signed.
Jan 22nd, 2016
Douglas A. from Boaz, AL writes:
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No gun-free zones anywhere! It's an invitation to disasters.
Jan 12th, 2016
Mary T. from San Angelo, TX signed.
Nov 28th, 2015
mark w. from New Castle, VA signed.
Nov 22nd, 2015
Douglas A. from Boaz, AL writes:
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Totally outrageous--as usual!!!
Nov 20th, 2015
Someone from North Beach, MD signed.
Nov 19th, 2015
Someone from Hiram, GA writes:
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All Military personel on babes should be armed.
Oct 24th, 2015
Deborah P. from El Cajon, CA signed.
Oct 24th, 2015
Someone from San Diego, CA signed.
Oct 24th, 2015
Carole P. from San Diego, CA signed.
Oct 24th, 2015
Robert P. from San Diego, CA signed.
Oct 16th, 2015
Someone from Annapolis, MD signed.
Oct 15th, 2015
Someone from Brooklyn, NY writes:
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If they are in uniform they are targets without their weapons.
Oct 12th, 2015
Neil C. from Littleton, CO signed.
Sep 26th, 2015
CORRINNE K. from Brooklyn, NY signed.
Sep 26th, 2015
Phlos T. from Brooklyn, NY signed.
Sep 25th, 2015
Someone from Creighton, MO signed.
Sep 24th, 2015
Sonja M. from Little Rock, AR signed.
Sep 24th, 2015
Micheal R. from Julesburg, CO signed.
Sep 16th, 2015
Harold S. from Duncanville, TX signed.
Sep 15th, 2015
joe f. from Wilmington, DE signed.
Sep 15th, 2015
GEORGE S. from North Richland Hills, TX writes:
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September 15, 2015 Dear Senator Cornyn: Dear Senator Cruz: In 1998, the Internet Tax Freedom Act was signed into law by President Clinton and later extended twice by President George W. Bush. This law prohibits government from laying taxes on internet usage, thus keeping the internet largely tax-free. I believe that preventing local, state, and federal governments from taxing the internet is something that needs to be permanent, and I ask you to work with your colleagues toward that end. The fact is, tax-free internet access could end when the current extension to the internet tax moratorium expires. As the passage and subsequent extensions of the Internet Tax Freedom Act have been bipartisan, extending the law permanently should be something that you and the majority of your colleagues can easily get behind. According to recent data, the United States ranks fifteenth (1) in internet service (speed per cost) among other nations in the First World. This is to say that we already pay a good deal more than other countries for internet service. This said, if our internet is opened to increased taxation me and my fellow Americans will be forced to pay even more than we already do for internet that can only be described as “average.” I agree with Senator Heller as he says, “every American should be able to access the Internet without penalties from the federal government.” This said, I ask you to join your colleagues in the House of Representatives by supporting S. 431 to keep my email and internet service tax free! Notes: (1) See: http://gizmodo.com/5390014/internet-speeds-and-costs-around-the-world-shown-visually I am watching your actions. Defend the Constitution always,INTERNET ACCESS SHOULD NEVER EVER BE A TAXABLE ITEM. WE PAY ENOUGH TAXES EVERYWHERE ELSE. IF YOUR ON THE SIDE OF THE TAX PAYER, PLEASE PASS S. 431 FOR SURE AND WE WON'T FORGET IT! Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE STELLWAY 5516 Susan Lee Ln North Richland Hills, TX 76180-6734
Sep 15th, 2015
GEORGE S. from North Richland Hills, TX writes:
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September 15, 2015 Dear Senator Cornyn: Dear Senator Cruz: In 1998, the Internet Tax Freedom Act was signed into law by President Clinton and later extended twice by President George W. Bush. This law prohibits government from laying taxes on internet usage, thus keeping the internet largely tax-free. I believe that preventing local, state, and federal governments from taxing the internet is something that needs to be permanent, and I ask you to work with your colleagues toward that end. The fact is, tax-free internet access could end when the current extension to the internet tax moratorium expires. As the passage and subsequent extensions of the Internet Tax Freedom Act have been bipartisan, extending the law permanently should be something that you and the majority of your colleagues can easily get behind. According to recent data, the United States ranks fifteenth (1) in internet service (speed per cost) among other nations in the First World. This is to say that we already pay a good deal more than other countries for internet service. This said, if our internet is opened to increased taxation me and my fellow Americans will be forced to pay even more than we already do for internet that can only be described as “average.” I agree with Senator Heller as he says, “every American should be able to access the Internet without penalties from the federal government.” This said, I ask you to join your colleagues in the House of Representatives by supporting S. 431 to keep my email and internet service tax free! Notes: (1) See: http://gizmodo.com/5390014/internet-speeds-and-costs-around-the-world-shown-visually I am watching your actions. Defend the Constitution always,INTERNET ACCESS SHOULD NEVER EVER BE A TAXABLE ITEM. WE PAY ENOUGH TAXES EVERYWHERE ELSE. IF YOUR ON THE SIDE OF THE TAX PAYER, PLEASE PASS S. 431 FOR SURE AND WE WON'T FORGET IT! Sincerely, Mr. and Mrs. GEORGE STELLWAY 5516 Susan Lee Ln North Richland Hills, TX 76180-6734
Sep 14th, 2015
James M. from Cape Elizabeth, ME writes:
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Until Congress and the Executive branch ceases to provide themselves with armed protection in the workplace, then denying our Armed Forces protection in theirs is total hypocrisy.
Sep 13th, 2015
Evan S. from Honolulu, HI signed.
Sep 12th, 2015
Dawn K. from Fort Collins, CO signed.
Sep 10th, 2015
Peg D. from North Dartmouth, MA signed.
Sep 10th, 2015
Peg D. from North Dartmouth, MA signed.
Sep 10th, 2015
Peg D. from North Dartmouth, MA signed.
Sep 10th, 2015
Daniel F. from Falmouth, MA signed.
Sep 9th, 2015
Francis G. from Plover, WI signed.
Sep 9th, 2015
K B. from Stanton, KY signed.
Sep 9th, 2015
Someone from Bishop, CA signed.
Sep 9th, 2015
Someone from Sarasota, FL signed.
Sep 8th, 2015
George A. from Longmont, CO signed.
Sep 8th, 2015
Robert S. from New Market, MD signed.