Yesterday, the House Rules Committee passed Senate Bill 315 after making amendments to the legislation.
This week, Governor Bobby Jindal (R) signed three pro-Second Amendment bills that were passed during the 2015 session of the Louisiana Legislature which ended on June 11.
This Monday, July 6, Assembly Bill 96, the extremely radical ivory ban bill is scheduled to be heard in the state Senate Committee on Appropriations in state capitol room 4203 at 10 a.m.
Armed criminals in the Nation’s Capitol are breathing easier since Monday when a federal appeals court reinstated the District of Columbia’s sham concealed carry licensing law, a move that again…..
On Tuesday, June 30th, the Missouri Supreme Court ruled in favor of Missourians, who decisively passed the Right to Keep and Bear Arms constitutional amendment in August 2014.
On June 26, a divided panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit reversed a lower court ruling that had held the U.S. Postal Service could not completely ban the possession of…..
Washington Post gave Four Pinnochios to U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) for repeating a bogus Gun Control Claim that originated by Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety group…
Yesterday, July 1st, NRA-backed permitless carry legislation, Senate Bill 45, went into effect.
Early this morning, the Delaware General Assembly adjourned from their legislative Session.
Today, House Bill 492, sponsored by state Representative Rick Jasperse (R-11), goes into effect.
Senate Bill 2394, sponsored and passed by state Senator Terry Burton (R-Newton) and state Representative Andy Gipson (R-Braxton) during the 2015 Regular Session of the Mississippi Legislature, will…
Yesterday, Constitutional/Permitless Carry legislation, Legislative Document 652, was enacted by the state Senate by a vote of 23-12.
A set of laws adopted in 2013 known as “AB 711” drastically expanded California’s restrictions on lead ammunition for hunters.
Today, multiple important pro-gun provisions of Senate File 878 go into effect.
Today, House Bill 301 and House Bill 16, will go into effect. Both bills are NRA-backed pieces of legislation which were signed into law earlier this year.
A majority of the Air Gun Reclassification Package, which was signed into law in May, will take effect on July 1.
On Thursday, June 25, the New York Legislature adjourned from its 2015 Legislative Session.
Whether to capitalize on a tragedy for political purposes, or because their urge to “do something” isn’t tempered by a sense of reality, Senators Joe Manchin (D-W.V.) and Pat Toomey (R-Pa.) reacted…
On Thursday, June 26, the Rhode Island General Assembly adjourned from their 2015 Legislative Session.
An NRA-backed law passed in Pennsylvania last year to hold accountable local jurisdictions that were defying the state’s 40-year-old firearm preemption statute has been declared invalid by a…
National Rifle Association are on the front lines of the struggle against gun control. With their help, we’ve put together this detailed infographic that describes the history of that fight…
This bill is unnecessary, lacks adequate due process and is laced with pitfalls for law-abiding citizens…
On Tuesday; June 23rd, the Nevada Department of Public Safety added Mississippi’s Enhanced permit to the list of out-of-state carry permits which are now recognized in Nevada.
Thanks to you, “Sunday Hunting” legislation, House Bill 1374, has been officially introduced this week and will be making its way through the General Assembly.
On Wednesday; June 24, Governor Scott Walker (R) signed Senate Bill 35, 48-hour waiting period repeal legislation, into law.
On June 17, Governor Peter Shumlin (D) signed into law House Bill 5, the Fish and Wildlife bill.
House Bill 431, passed during the 2015 Regular Session of the New Mexico Legislature, went into effect over the weekend…
On June 18, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed the final version of House Bill 640, the Outdoor Heritage Act, by an 88-26 vote.
Tomorrow, the Oregon Senate will vote on Senate Bill 247, legislation which would incrementally increase hunting, angling and fishing licensing fees over a six year period.
Tomorrow, June 24, the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on a pair of anti-gun bills. Senate Bill 503 and Senate Bill 520 are gun bans disguised as domestic violence prevention bills.
On Thursday, June 25, the New Jersey Senate and Assembly are both expected to take floor votes on a pair of anti-gun bills that would violate due process in New Jersey.
Tomorrow, June 24, the Ohio Senate Civil Justice Committee will hear sponsor testimony on Employer Parking Lot legislation, Senate Bill 180, at 2:30 p.m., in the Finance Hearing Room.
U.S. Representative Cynthia Lummis (R-Wyo.) recently introduced H.R. 2611, the “Collectible Firearms Protection Act.”
On Wednesday, June 17, the North Carolina House of Representatives passed House Bill 562 on a bipartisan 78-37 vote.
Last Wednesday, the Senate recalled Senate Bill 4686, sponsored by Senator Tony Avella (D-11).
The results of a Rasmussen Reports poll released June 12 provide further evidence of just how out-of-step the gun control movement is with the American people.