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Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty
The Wisconsin GrandSons of Liberty has worked with legislators in passing legislation relating to the right of self defense. In spring of 2016 we invited Nik Clark of Wisconsin Carry, Inc. to an open meeting. Mr. Clark also works with legislators in an effort to ensure that our rights shall not be infringed. You are invited to visit the website of Wisconsin Carry at:
A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.
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.
Wisconsin has passed legislation giving the citizens the ability to obtain a concealed carry permit. This license is fairly easy to obtain and obtaining a firearm is also not very difficult. The Wisconsin Department of Justice has published a 49 page set of frequently asked questions which can be used as a refresher on legal issues pertaining to carrying and using a firearm. The downloaded document from the DOJ website (as of April 2016) can be found here: