Earlier yesterday, California Governor Jerry Brown took action on the remaining gun bills that were passed by the Legislature.
Today; Monday, May 16th 10 anti-gun bills will be fast-tracked through the California State Senate Appropriations Committee.
On Monday, Senate Bill 1257 was amended and passed by the House Committee of the Whole and today it was passed by the full House of Representative
Last Tuesday; April 19, Representative Tom Emmer (R-MN) introduced H.R. 4980, the Firearm Due Process Protection Act.
In addition to AB 2607 passing, yesterday also marked the death blow to three pro gun bills, two of which we sponsored.
Yesterday, the California Legislature unleashed GunMeggedon. The committees passed 8 of the 10 anti-gun bills that were up before them.
The anti-hunting movements in Illinois and around the country are getting stronger and are very well funded…
It’s back! After passing Assembly Public Safety earlier this week, AB 2459, authored by Asm. Kevin McCarty (D-Sacramento), will be voted on next Tusday!
Earlier yesterday, the Assembly Public Safety Committee passed AB 2459, the bill that will wipe out every gun store in the State of California.
As Scott told you a few weeks ago, even though there was some opposition, SB 336 passed the Senate and is now being considered by the New Hampshire House.
In an effort to promote the ruling of the United States District Court, Eastern District of California, Assemblywoman Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) has introduced AB 2229… and it will be…..
The first of hopefully several pro-gun bills has passed both chambers of the Legislature and been sent to the Governor to be signed.
Sources inside Congress have told GOA that they may soon be taking up a concealed carry reciprocity bill.
When someone’s home is broken into, there are a thousand things on their mind. From insurance paperwork to police reports, it is an overwhelming time…..
In an effort to promote the ruling of the United States District Court, Eastern District of California, Assembly woman Shannon Grove (R-Bakersfield) has introduced AB 2229.
The Senate Public Safety Committee, Chairman Senator Clarence K. Nishihara, will hold a public hearing on HB2632 March 17, 2016.
The Senate Public Safety Committee, Chairman Senator Clarence K. Nishihara, will hear 3 gun bills Tuesday, March 15, 2016.
At noon yesterday, the Minnesota legislature reconvened for the final part of the 2015 – 2016 legislative session.
Last week the Secret Gun Committee released their version of what Permitless Carry was going to look like in Idaho. The gun owners in Idaho were NOT HAPPY with what they released..
Check out the video of FPC Legislative Advocate Craig DeLuz in action, educating the Public Safety Committee as to why AB 1673 makes no sense whatsoever…
The legislature has been extremely busy devising a multitude of ways to infringe on your rights. Tomorrow, four anti-gun bills will be up in the Assembly Public Safety Committee.
On Tuesday, Feb. 23rd, HB-86 passed the Wyoming House of Representatives 50-10, now it’s sitting on the doorstep of the state Senate.
House BIll 422 (Constitutional/Permitless Carry) is now in the House Ways and Means Committee. The committee is currently chaired by Rep. Christy Perry (R) from District 11.
It’s time to Stand and Fight against a media outlet that is fighting against our Second Amendment rights.
Leadership, true leadership, is keeping your word, doing the right thing and setting an example for others.
House Speaker Steve Crisafulli, a true Second Amendment supporter, has put 4 bills that are important to the protection Second Amendment rights and the rights law-abiding gun owners, on…..
HB-163, Open Carry by Rep. Matt Gaetz was heard in the House Judiciary Committee and PASSED by a Vote of 12-4. All Republicans and one Democrat voted in favor of the bill.
As we alerted you last week, gun owners have an opportunity right now to pass a MAJOR IMPROVEMENT to Wisconsin’s concealed carry law … by allowing concealed carry on school grounds for the…..
URGENT: HB-163 Open Carry by Rep. Matt Gaetz is on the agenda for the House Judiciary Committee Tomorrow (Thursday, January 28th, 2016) at 9:00am.
Important pro-gun bills advanced in the House Militia, Police, and Public Safety subcommittee #1 on Thursday.
Under the leadership of state Representatives Matt Windschitl (R-Missouri Valley) and Terry Baxter (R-Garner), House File 2043 has been formally introduced in the Iowa General Assembly for the…..
We’ve got our first real action of the 2016 legislative session. Several pro-gun owner bills have been officially filed and are beginning their journey through the legislative process.
Yesterday in the Senate Courts of Justice committee we killed all the gun control bills that were up for a hearing at that time (there’s more that will be coming up later) and passed two…..
Gun owners have an opportunity right now to pass a MAJOR IMPROVEMENT to Wisconsin’s concealed carry law … by allowing concealed carry on school grounds for the protection of students.
Acknowledging “momentum” behind a proposal that would allow people with concealed-weapons licenses to openly carry guns, the Florida Police Chiefs Association said Thursday its board of…..
THE FIRST BILL: SB-344, Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Criminal Justice Committee on Tuesday, October 20, 2015, at 9:00AM.
The 2015 legislative session will be ending Friday, September 11. One anti-gun bill is waiting for its final vote by the state Assembly and three anti-gun bills are heading to Governor Brown…..
All of the remaining pro-gun provisions in Senate File 878, the 2015 Public Safety Omnibus Policy & Finance Bill, are now in full effect.
We all have our hopes for the future. In that regard, we’re not so different from Senators Edward J. Markey and Elizabeth Warren (both D-Mass.).
On Tuesday, June 9, two pro-gun bills will be heard in their respective committees.