Check out the letter of 11 October 2011 from the GAB stating "no probable cause...".
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Open Meeting: Coming soon, Sunday May 21st Root River Center see below
Special event: Save the date
Sunday May 21st from 3:00 to 4:30 PM
Guest Speaker is Sen. Ron Johnson
On May 21st, Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty is holding an open meeting with US Senator Ron Johnson as our guest speaker. Seating is limited and each person attending will need to get a ticket and bring it with them to gain admission.
Get your ticket by following this link and using the Code Word: FREEDOM.
Due to anticipated attendance and limited seating in the venue, this meeting requires tickets for entry. Tickets must be presented for entry and there is no reentry once admitted. Ticketed audience members may provide questions prior to the meeting. All questions must be provided at the meeting (using the provided form) to designated staff members who will pass questions to the moderator and the moderator will select questions to ask Senator Johnson. No other questions will be fielded from the audience. Everyone attending must be seated by 3:15p, no late arrivals admitted after that time.
Rules, Terms, and Conditions: One ticket per person is required to be presented for entry and there is no re-entry. Additionally, no backpacks, no extra large purses, no messenger bags, no cell phone usage, no recording devices capable of either audio and/or video capture, no flash photography, no signs, no noise makers, and no outside food or beverages. Use of prohibited items or creating any distractions, disruptions, or constant heckling are considered inappropriate behavior and is inconsiderate to those trying to actually hear what our guest speaker has to say.
Inappropriate behavior will result in the offending individual(s) being removed from this meeting without warning. By attending the Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty Open Meeting, ticket holders agree to abide by these rules, terms, and conditions. Ticket holders also agree to quietly vacate the premises if asked to leave.
Root River Center /Swagger
7220 W Rawson Avenue
Franklin, WI 53132
In this legislative cycle, we will be focusing on :
Article Five Convention
Civil Asset Forfeiture
Campus Speech Codes and 1st Amendment Rights
Eminent Domain Law Reform in Wisconsin
Minimum Markup Law Reform in Wisconsin
Non-elected Board Accountability
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Are you aware of the difference in Wisconsin Gun Free School Zone law and the Federal law? They do not match, and if you follow the Federal law, you will be committing a felony because of this difference. It needs to be fixed.
People should be aware there is a bill to fix this. But, it's being opposed by school groups and anti-constitutional rights liberals who don't want Wisconsin law to be in alignment with Federal law on this issue. This is what the anti-gun crowd is doing in the Waukesha school district. We need people to attend school board meetings and contact their board members so a supportive voice is heard, and to make sure that our constitutional rights are being supported.
This is an actual call to action by this group and it is happening all across the state. Concerned citizens need to use these same tactics to counter this opposition to our constitutional rights and the attempt to block Wisconsin law from mirroring the Federal Gun Free School Zone law.
Example of an Anti Gun call to action:
Who: - No Guns In Schools Task Force -
What: Waukesha School Board Meeting
When: Wed, march 8th, 7p-8p
Where: 222 Maple Ave., Waukesha, Wi 53186
The Waukesha "No Guns in Schools" task force will stand before the Waukesha School Board on March,8, at 7pm, to convince the board to pass a resolution opposing any state legislation that would allow persons with a concealed and carry permit to bring a gun onto school property. The team is prepared to deliver sample resolutions, gun safety information, and petitions.
They will speak to the Board during the "Opportunity for citizens to speak" portion of the meeting, which occurs near the beginning of the meeting. Then Board listens but does not ask questions at that time. If you choose, you can also make remarks. To do so, you must sign up to speak when you enter the meeting. But most of all they need our presence as a show of support on this issue.
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