- Are you going to need to spend tens of thousands of dollars on upgraded cameras to satisfy the proposed rules?
- Will your store need to spend tens of thousands of dollars on fixtures to comply with ammunition inaccessibility to customers?
- Do you not have enough bandwidth to upload a real-time backup copy of your video surveillance to some online service?
- Will you face data storage fees of hundreds to thousands of dollars each month to transmit and store all those ultra-high definition surveillance camera videos?
If so, we need to know about it. Send these issues to us, in writing, with supporting documentation. Verbal horror stories will not work. We need this information in writing by October 4th, so we can forward it to members of the Joint Committee on Administrative Rules (JCAR). Submit them to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Is your dealer aware of our effort? Share this information with them so they may join in our effort with detailed expenditures they have incurred or are estimated to incur to comply with these proposed rules.
Also, dealers, if you know any of the members of JCAR personally, or if they represent your district, yesterday would make a fine time to make contact with them and communicate the onerous, expensive compliance costs and how that will potentially financially cripple your business.
Here is a list of JCAR’s members:
Senator Don Harmon, co-chair
Senator Kimberly Lightford
Senator Tony Muñoz
Senator Sue Rezin
Senator Paul Schimpf
Senator Chuck Weaver
Rep. Tom Demmer
Rep. Michael Halpin
Rep. Frances Ann Hurley
Rep. Steven Reick
Rep. André Thapedi
Rep. Keith Wheeler, co-chair