Looks like many amendments have been introduced for SF2357. I don't know if it's good or bad on a couple of them, but it looks like the state house is putting a little more effort to "improving" the bill, if for no other reason, than to get re-elected. (Isn't that why a politician does anything?)
The SF2357 Bill History lists 6 amendments filed in the past two days, one that would penalize someone for filing a false or misleading report to obtain a no-contact order (H8367) and another to restore a person's gun "rights" after a period of time (H8388)
Keep those calls to the state house, it's working.