We are happy to report that the bill was unanimously held in committee and will go nowhere this session!
Senate Bill 1161 fails to solidify Idaho as a top state where gun owners are protected! Instead, this bill would continue to protect criminals.
By now you’ve probably heard, House File 517 breezed through the House last Tuesday on a 58-39 vote. This means HF517, the biggest pro-Second Amendment bill in state history, is in the Iowa Senate.
The TFA called on the members of the Tennessee General Assembly to move SB0131 and HB0493 to the respective floors for a full debate and final passage.
We’ve been on defense in Minnesota for far too long. We need your help to ensure that these bills move forward in the legislature this year.
In response to President Donald J. Trump’s approval of House Joint Resolution 40, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) Legislative Advocate and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued the following statement.
Friday, February 17, marked the deadline for bill introductions in California. A number of firearm- and hunting-related bills have been introduced.
The funnel is essentially a deadline in the legislature. If a bill fails to make enough progress by the funnel date it’s considered dead for the year.
House Study Bill 133 (HSB133) is a comprehensive gun bill that effectively re-writes a large portion of Iowa’s firearms and use of force laws.
Last week both HB136 “Campus Carry” and HB137 “Repeal Gun Free Zones” made it past the Senate Judiciary committee, and must now face a full vote on the Senate floor.
With little fanfare, HB 136 and HB 137 were passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday by a vote of 4 to 1!
In a stunning victory for the pro-gun community, the first bill to repeal an Obama anti-gun measure is now headed to President Trump’s desk.
MSSA’s “School Safety Act” has been introduced as HB 385, and will have a public hearing before the House Judiciary Committee (HJC) on Tuesday, 2/14.
SB-128 Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley restores the presumption of innocence in self-defense cases by putting the burden of proof BACK ON THE STATE where it belongs.
Registration of all guns, Universal Background Checks, Gun Show Loophole, Destruction of firearms preemption law allowing localities to make up their own gun control laws and more…
In Missouri, legislation is being considered to hold businesses who prohibit firearms liable for injuries to people who could have defended themselves.
New Hampshire Firearms Coalition is working very hard to pass Constitutional Carry this year. I want to give you a quick legislative update on what you can do to help..
The first, and arguably the most important pro-Second Amendment rights bill of the 2017 legislative session is about to be heard.
The branding of gun control bills filed in advance of the 2017 Regular Session of the New Mexico Legislature are misleading and downright deceptive.
This important self-defense law is another step forward in protecting the Second Amendment rights of active duty members, employees and law-abiding Ohioans across The Buckeye State..
The recent election results present us with a new opportunity to advance pro-gun legislation and reverse the erosion of the Second Amendment that’s occurred over the last few decades.
My first real ‘event’ with the WVCDL was an “open carry” lunch that I hosted at a local restaurant in Martinsburg – I remember it like it was yesterday, in fact.
A number of individuals and now blogs have posted that the Hearing Protection Act will be passed in as little as 60 days, but what is the reality of this???
Americans must make national handgun carry a reality. To accomplish that means we must make national handgun carry a priority.
Our biggest Second Amendment roadblock has been removed. The next step is to take everything we’ve just done and cement it in minds of Iowa’s legislators…