Congressman Frank Guinta’s (R-NH-1) bill will allow the sales of all firearms across all state lines…
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) is proud to stand with mental health professionals and other civil rights organizations in opposition to Assembly Bill 2607, and is asking its members and…..
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….
We need YOUR HELP to fight one of the worst gun control bills that we have ever seen.
The House State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee held a hearing on multiple pro-gun bills last night, including Senate Bill 113.
Prohibiting the bearing of arms in houses of worship supports a doctrine of pacifism over doctrines of preparedness and righteous defense of innocent life.
The objective is to delay exposure of the truth until that exposure has no political or personal impact on the various players involved…
This legislation will protect your right to carry concealed outside of your home state, whether you live in a Constitutional Carry state or not.
Assembly member Rob Bonta (D-Alameda) believes that ALL law abiding gun owners don’t know the law. That’s why he apparently introduced AB 1695.
More evidence that America’s institutions of higher education have given up any pretense of providing a bastion for the free exchange of ideas came this week in the form of a commentary published…..
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton refuses to abandon her misleading statements blaming Vermont’s gun laws for New York’s crime problems.
Last Tuesday; April 19, Representative Tom Emmer (R-MN) introduced H.R. 4980, the Firearm Due Process Protection Act.
Somewhere, Big Tim Sullivan might be laughing. Over 100 years after the enactment of New York City’s handgun licensing law (commonly referred to as the Sullivan Act), the measure is still…..
On April 11, U.S. Rep. Donald S. Beyer, Jr. (D-VA) rolled out his so-called ATF Enforcement Act, H.R. 4905 in an opinion piece in the Washington Post.
On Wednesday, April 27, the House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee will hold public hearings and vote on two gun control bills and one NRA-backed measure.
On June 5, 2016, House Bill 4145, West Virginia’s “permitless/constitutional carry” law will officially take effect.
On Wednesday, April 20, Senate Bill 199 was voted out of the Senate Civil Justice Committee by an 8-3 vote.
The South Carolina Senate has still not yet acted on H. 3799, the Georgia-only Right-to-Carry reciprocity bill; however, H. 3799 may be taken up for consideration at any time next week.
On Friday, April 22nd, the Colorado House of Representatives passed House Bill 1341 on third reading.
On Friday, April 22nd, the Kure Beach Town Council took no action on “guns in or on town property,” as council members showed no interest in taking on the subject.
In response to our Action Alert sent out on Tuesday, April 19, 2016, Senator David Holt has responded with a form letter in an attempt to deflect blame away from him for siding with Michael…..
Opposition to OK2A-Action’s proposed amendment to the Oklahoma Constitution that would strengthen the right to keep and bear arms at the state level is intensifying.
Virginia House Democrats vote yes for untrained judges to carry guns, but No for trained police officers in schools???
On Tuesday, May 10 from 7:00 p.m.-11:00 p.m., three anti-gun articles will be up for a possible vote at the Longmeadow Annual Town Meeting.
Wednesday night, the Oklahoma Senate passed House Bill 3098 by a 37-9 vote.
Last week I sent an email update relaying the final results of SB589 “School Grounds Carry” which did not move forward in the last legislative session because Senator Van Wanggaard…..
In addition to AB 2607 passing, yesterday also marked the death blow to three pro gun bills, two of which we sponsored.
Tuesday; April 19th, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and an assortment of other groups were able to defeat one of the worst anti-civil rights bills proposed this legislative session…..
AB 2607 was heard earlier yesterday, and it is one of the most unconstitutional measures we have seem yet.
As we warned last week, one of the things that gun control proponents could still do is call a hearing in the Senate, where they control the Judiciary Committee.
Yesterday, the California Legislature unleashed GunMeggedon. The committees passed 8 of the 10 anti-gun bills that were up before them.
The California Senate Public Safety Committee is scheduled to consider Senate Bill 880 Tuesday.
Firearms Policy Coalition is rallying its members and supporters to fight what it is a calling “Gun-Megeddon.”
The 2016 legislative session will be over very soon. Some legislators are predicting the session could be complete as soon as Friday.
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!
The USA has, by far, the highest per capita gun ownership in the world. So how come one of the places with the most guns has the lowest murder rate?
As many of you know, the school grounds carry bill, SB589, introduced by Senator Mary Lazich last session did not move forward.
Now that the 2016 Maryland legislative session is over, what is MSI up to and what do we have planned for the rest of 2016?
Next Tuesday, there will be 9 anti-gun bills heard in various committees; the most we have seen this year.
The 2016 Maryland legislative session ended less than 8 hours ago as I write this, and what a finish it was.