Despite the best efforts of the Brady Campaign and Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown, a small group in suburban Chicago has managed to break new ground in gun control stupidity…
Tomorrow, September 1, 2015, House Bill 47, one of the most significant and thoughtful pieces of pro-gun reforms passed in the Yellowhammer State, will take effect.
Governor Pat McCrory (R) signed House Bill 562 into law today, making official the passage of the third NRA-backed omnibus pro-gun reform bill in the last three legislative sessions.
Support for allowing military personnel to carry firearms for self-protection following the terrorist attack upon military personnel in Chattanooga last week has been strongly declared by several…..
Following the murder of four U.S. Marines and a U.S. Navy sailor by a terrorist in Chattanooga, presidential candidates, including former Florida governor Jeb Bush (R), Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX), former…
Senate Bill 14, sponsored by Senator Gerald Allen (R-21) of Tuscaloosa County, would recognize a law-abiding gun owner’s right to possess a concealed firearm in a vehicle without first obtaining a…
In response to the recent deadly terrorist attack on a military recruitment center in Chattanooga, Tennessee, state Representative Frank Edelblut wrote a letter to Governor Maggie Hassan, urging…..
Last Friday, Governor Pete Ricketts authorized Major General Daryl Bohac to arm personnel as he deems necessary at National Guard installations…..
A new study by the Crime Prevention Research Center (CPRC) finds that the number of people with concealed firearm carry permits has reached an all-time high, and that increasing the number of…
The North Carolina House and Senate remain at an impasse on passing a new budget, which means it is unclear how much longer they will be in session this year.
A recent report by the Chicago Sun-Times reveals the diversity of the Chicagoans choosing to exercise their Right-to-Carry, offering some rare good news regarding the city’s beleaguered gun owners.
In 1995 when CHL law passed, Penal Code 46.035, Unlawful Carrying of Handgun By License Holder, prohibited license holders from carrying in church.
The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) today criticized New Hampshire Governor Maggie Hassan for vetoing legislation that would have protected the Second…..
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…..
Yesterday, July 1st, NRA-backed permitless carry legislation, Senate Bill 45, went into effect.
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.
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.
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.
The never-ending battle against massive resistance to the Second Amendment saw another skirmish yesterday with oral arguments in the rehearing of the critically important NRA-supported case of…..
Beginning June 24, the Gulf Harbors branch of the Pasco County Tax Collector’s Office will be able to accept applications for new concealed weapons permits.
On Tuesday, June 16, the North Carolina House of Representatives gave in to pressure from the North Carolina Sheriffs’ Association (NCSA) and passed an amendment to House Bill 562, offered by state…
The 2015 legislative session was a success, with the State Legislature taking many steps to support and respect your Second Amendment rights.
Early Monday, House Bill 3093 was sent to Senate Rules Committee from the floor for further amendments.
On Saturday, with representatives of your NRA-ILA and our affiliate Texas State Rifle Association present, Governor Greg Abbott (R) signed into law House Bill 910, sponsored by state Representative…
Following the enactment of the radically flawed Background Check Law, Senate Bill 941, proponents of the bill have attempted to fix certain issues that the law created.
Earlier this week, Governor Brian Sandoval (R) signed into law Assembly Bill 167, a bill which makes changes to current Nevada law regarding law-abiding gun owners storing and carrying firearms and…
Last week, the New Hampshire state Senate voted concurrence on “Constitutional/Permitless Carry” reform legislation, Senate Bill 116.
Earlier this week, the British version of GQ magazine released part of an interview with actor Vince Vaughn that featured the movie and television star making a vigorous defense of the right to…
As we reported last week, a federal judge on May 18 barred enforcement of provisions of D.C. law that effectively grant to the police chief the discretion to decide who is eligible for…..
Thanks to your continued calls and emails, NRA supported Right-to-Carry bills have seen increases in co sponsorships this past week.
The 2015 session is winding down in Des Moines as House and Senate Leadership and Conferees begin to wrap up their final tasks for the year.
The National Rifle Association claims another victory for the law-abiding gun owners of Texas with the passage of House Bill 910.
The state Senate has postponed the vote on the constitutional/permitless carry bill, Legislative Document 652, until tomorrow, May 28.
The location for tomorrow’s subcommittee hearing on H 3025 has been changed to the State House 3rd Floor Conference Room in Columbia. The meeting will still be held at 10:00 a.m.
During the years in which the Texas Legislature has failed to pass campus carry legislation, high-profile shootings have occurred at the University of Texas at Austin and just blocks from the…
NRA-backed Right-to-Carry reform legislation, Senate Bill 116, was recently passed by the New Hampshire House, as previously reported.
The Texas House will take up and consider Senate Bill 11, campus carry legislation, sponsored by state Senator Brian Birdwell (R-Granbury) & state Representative Allen Fletcher (R-Tomball), on…..
This week, with the Legislature adjourning for the holiday weekend, the fate of LD 652 remains undetermined. All indications are that this legislation will be voted on next week in the state Senate.