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Another Trucker Gets Shot: SBTC Challenges NRA to Back their Michael’s Law Amendment to 18 U.S. Code 926A to Allow Truckers to Defend Themselves…

Jan 11, 2016 at 11:42 AM CST

As the SBTC Waits for the NRA to Respond to its Request that NRA Back the Michael's Law Amendment to 18 U.S. Code 926A to Enable All Americans to Carry Across State Lines as Consumers in "Interstate Commerce," yet another Trucker Gets Shot. SBTC Chairman: "While the NRA thinks about our proposal, we are losing transportation workers to homicide at the average rate of 4 people every month."

Fort Lauderdale, FL (PRWEB) January 11, 2016

In the aftermath of yet another trucker being shot last month— this time, 72 year old senior citizen Lloyd Jerry Matson, Sr., who still works as a truck driver, the Chairman of the Small Business in Transportation Coalition ("SBTC") issued another statement today challenging the National Rifle Association ("NRA") to change what the SBTC Chairman believes is its current, failed course and immediately join the SBTC's "Michael's Law Amendment" bandwagon in the interest of protecting and promoting the Second Amendment rights of all Americans. According to "Livetrucking.com," Matson could not find a safe place to park and was shot after parking in an unsafe location.