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Also Featuring Ginny Simone of NRA News and

Gun Rights Attorney Evan Nappen!


October 18 Banquet Is Selling Out Fast

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ANJRPC is pleased to announce that Shaneen Allen will be the featured speaker at the ANJRPC annual meeting banquet on Saturday evening, October 18 in Edison, New Jersey.  She will also be joined by Ginny Simone of NRA News, and gun rights attorney Evan Nappen.  You don't want to miss this one! (Scroll to bottom for details.)




Ms. Allen, a single mother and Pennsylvania resident with a carry permit from the Keystone State, recently made international news when the anti-gun Atlantic County prosecutor refused to allow her into the "pre-trial intervention" (PTI) leniency program and sought to imprison her for 10 years after she made the honest mistake of bringing her legal handgun into New Jersey. 


The very same prosecutor displayed incredible hypocrisy by recently allowing NFL star Ray Rice into the leniency program after Rice was videoed beating his fiancé and knocking her unconscious in a hotel elevator.


In a stunning turn of events on September 24, the New Jersey Attorney General issued a clarification of existing law to all county prosecutors indicating that persons in Ms. Allen's situation should be allowed into the PTI program.  The Atlantic County prosecutor then reversed himself and was essentially forced to allow Ms. Allen into the program. 

 Click here for Shaneen's story


Ms. Allen was represented by gun rights attorney Evan Nappen, who will also speak at the banquet.  Ginny Simone of NRA News, also to speak at the banquet, played a major role in communicating Ms. Allen's plight to the public, through her numerous videos and stories.




Come join Shaneen, Ginny, Evan, and New Jersey's Second Amendment leaders at the ANJRPC combined Annual Meeting Banquet and Friends of NRA Dinner & Auction on Saturday, October 18 starting at 6:00 p.m.


Anticipated to be one of the largest Friends of NRA Banquets in the state, the festivities are guaranteed to be lively. The auction portion of the banquet will feature one-of-a-kind NRA-branded collectible merchandise, and half the proceeds will be donated back to New Jersey shooters by the NRA Foundation.

Banquet seating ($60 per ticket) is open to the public on a first come, first-served basis. Prepay for a ticket to ensure that seats are still available and that the event is not sold out (contact Jennifer Pantano at or 201-268-2618). The event will be held at The Rosewood, 2863 Woodbridge Avenue, Edison, NJ 08837 (732-549-2900)



Shaneen's Law: Restoring Justice
in New Jersey




Today, July 2, 2014 Governor Christie vetoed A2006 / S993legislation that would have banned firearms magazines larger than 10 rounds and would have banned an entire class of popular .22 caliber semi-automatic rifles.  The veto marks the end of the road for this legislation for the 2014-2015 session.  

"After months of intense battle over this misguided legislation that won't stop another crime or prevent another tragedy, we are grateful that Governor Christie has heard the voice of the outdoor community and ended the discussion,” said ANJRPC Executive Director Scott Bach. "The Governor clearly recognizes the difference between legislation that punishes violent criminals vs. legislation that targets the rights of law-abiding citizens.”





Please thank Governor Christie today for his veto of A2006 / S993. You can call the Governor's office at 609-292-6000, write him at P.O. Box 001, Trenton, N.J. 08625, or send an email using the online contact form (select "law and public safety" from the drop-down menu, then pick any sub-topic).


And thank YOU for weathering this months-long storm of attacks on gun owners along with us. It is because of YOUR actions, YOUR calls and letters, YOUR attendance at hearings, and YOUR refusal to give up no matter what the odds, that today's outcome was possible.


Although today's action marks the end of a long and very arduous battle, the fight is far from over.  Lawmakers will be back after the November elections, and will continue their relentless attacks on legal gun ownership - and it will be up to gun owners to continue to defend freedom.


Please watch for future alerts and updates!


or mail your donation to ANJRPC, c/o Scott Bach,          
 PO Box 651, Newfoundland, NJ 07435

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