Like I said, there needs to be something which ties these things together so they cannot be separated.Attorney David Jensen brought such a case in NYC. The court ignored all such arguments, declared the fee reasonable, and upheld the licensing fees. And this was clearly applicable to "Heller limits" (handgun in the home), so "Heller does not cover carry" did not enter into the basis for the decision.
Which part of "It wouldn't go anywhere anyhow..." did you miss?You are under the mistaken assumption that someone would care. "On behalf of" bills are considered a joke.
This was more the point. It also can be made to go viral using social media, if the old fashioned media is not helpful. It is not about getting the bill passed, it is about getting the public exposure.Although it may get on the news. See the bill submitted to outlaw the utterance of "bitch".