I hope that this letter will be forwarded to others. Margie and I are absolutely overwhelmed by all the support across the state and even some out of state I’ve received for seeking the…..
Gov. Asa Hutchinson today appointed Bobby L. Martin of Rogers to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission.
Although the committees and working groups tasked with developing campus carry policies at Texas universities have thus far eschewed such obvious non-starters as banning licensed concealed…..
At 2:30 p.m. on Monday, September 14, 2015, Governor Mark Dayton and DNR Commissioner Tom Landwehr will announce the details of the state’s Pheasant Action Plan to improve hunting and habitat for…..
Gov. Jerry Brown recently appointed two new members to the California Fish and Game Commission, and replaced controversial Commissioners Michael Sutton and Richard Rogers.
Texas Governor Greg Abbott has signed Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 905, which repeals local knife ordinances more restrictive than state law and ensures that the repeal of…
Governor Rick Scott wasted no time and signed the Tax Cut bill this week, Tuesday, June 16, 2015.
This week at the Arkansas State Capitol, the U.S. Marshals Museum presented Governor Asa Hutchinson with a limited edition U.S. Marshals Museum Colt Peacemaker.
The Connecticut Senate approved legislation that would allow Sunday archery hunting for deer on private lands in the Constitution State.
Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed into law National Rifle Association (NRA) backed legislation that dramatically improves Nevada’s gun laws by ensuring consistency across the state yesterday.
After months of working with the Illinois General Assembly on improvements to the Firearms Concealed Carry Act, FOID Act and Criminal Code, SB 836 passed the Illinois Senate with a vote of 43 Yes…
Persons evacuating from a designated mandatory evacuation zone can lawfully carry firearms without license for up to 48 hours while in the process of evacuating.
Governor Fallin said yesterday that she vetoed SB41 because of OK2A’s lawsuit against the city of Norman over the banning of guns at the Norman Music Fest.
Despite public support and strong bipartisan votes in the Oklahoma House of Representatives and Senate, Governor Mary Fallin vetoed pro-gun Senate Bill 41.
Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has signed Knife Rights’ Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 1460, after passage by the House 81-4…..
On March 11th, the Connecticut Judiciary Committee held a Public Hearing to discuss several bills in front of a standing room only hearing room that will impact our individual rights in Connecticut.
The Kansas Governor’s Ringneck Classic will field a team of 5 women for its annual pheasant hunt, set to take place from Thursday, November 13th, through Sunday, November 16th.
Gov. Mark Dayton announced earlier this evening that the city of Mankato has been chosen as the host community for the 2015 Minnesota Governor’s Pheasant Hunting Opener.
The two-day event to be held at Best of the West Shooting Sports outside of Austin, Texas- features America’s top firearms and firearms accessory manufacturers…
Governor Mike Beebe has appointed Andrew Parker of Little Rock, Arkansas as the next commissioner of The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission (AGFC).
Governor Nixon (D), MO, is considering the gun law reform bill that was passed on 3 June, with near veto proof majorities. He has until 19 July to decide…
Florida’s Governor Rick Scott signed into law a major reform of the State’s Stand Your Ground law on Friday, 20 June, 2014.
OK Governor Mary Fallin vetoed 3 measures pushed by second amendment supporters. She described the bills as serving “no significant interest of the citizens”…
Cultural, Political and Media Force, Palin Returns to Unscripted Television
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