Now that One-Gun-a-Month (OGAM) has been passed, the next step was to be the assembly of a task force to oversee any changes needed to the new directive, which will take effect in January of 2010.
We previously reported on the response we received from the Governor’s office regarding the task force, and since then it seems that not a lot has changed as far as the nature of the dealings of this secret society of rights-fighters.
One of NJCSD’s members took upon himself to follow the progress of the Governor’s OGAM Task Force, and last week contacted Senator Fred Madden’s office for information. According to Senator Madden’s office, the task force has been named, and they’ve already met twice - on July 27 and August 10. Members, according to Senator Madden’s office, are:
Senator Fred Madden (D)
Senator Sandra B. Cunningham (D)
Assemblyman John Burzichelli (D)
Assemblyman Gorden Johnson (D)
An unnamed representative from the Attorney General’s Office
An unnamed representative from the State Police
A representative from ANJRPC (Rob Nixon)
An unnamed representative from Cease Fire NJ
An unnamed representative from the Prosecutors Association
Talking to Governor Corzine’s office, however, it’s a different story.