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Sen. Brewer riding Shotgun with law that killed Trayvon proposed in MA

sen. stephen brewer
Sen. Stephen Brewer who is the lead sponsor of Senate Bill 661, a Massachusetts version of the Castle Doctrine “Stand Your Ground Law” which is the same law which will be used in defense of Trayvon Martin’s Killer, George Zimmerman.

Sen. Stephen Brewer of Barre, MA
Senate Ways and Means Chair – D Barre
MA State House Room 212 Boston, MA 02133
Phone: 617-722-1540 Fax: 617-722-1078

Article from Gun advocate group GOAL (Gun Owners Action League)
In regards to his support of lowering the FID card fees from $100 to $25 for those under 18…

Senator Brewer Comes Through for Sportsmen Again
“Show me a kid who is out hunting and fishing and I’ll show you a kid who is not out doing crack cocaine.”

The organization G.O.A.L. (Gun Owners Action League) position on SB 661

More from GOAL………
Parole Legislation

While GOAL awaits final language to comment on, we have offered some potential additional language to the Committee ourselves. This includes a few bills already filed on behalf of GOAL. H.1566, “An Act Relative to Constitutional Rights” and S.661, “An Act Relative to the Common Defense.”, if included, would provide some moderate protection from overaggressive prosecutors.

More from Senator Brewer…..
Sen. Stephen Brewer defends ‘stand ground’
Mass. mimics language in the Florida statute
Massachusetts Sen. Stephen Brewer
promotes expanding citizen’s rights to use deadly force in self-defense

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  1. James jennings

    This person is Democratic chair of the senate ways and means committee…does the Governor have any leadership or moral responsibility to stand forthrightly and challenge substantively this attack on democracy? What about the other state leaders of the Democratc Party in this state? Surely this person interacts with the Governor and other state party leaders on a range of issues, budgetary and otherwise. Do they have a similar leadership or, again, moral responsibility to challenge this person and what seems to be racist garbage from the past? (note his reference to youth who fish and hunt, compared to crack cocaine users….).

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