Yesterday, House Bill 4145, NRA-endorsed legislation that would allow an individual to lawfully carry a concealed handgun without a permit, passed the House of Delegates with a bipartisan 68-31 vote.
Greetings in Freedom. The School Grounds Carry Bill has picked up a LOT of support in the Assembly. RIGHT NOW we need people to call their State Senator.
There is a LOT of support out there for the School Grounds carry bill…..
President Obama appears to be close to fulfilling his threat to impose gun control against the will of Congress and the American people.
This past Friday, Students for Concealed Carry released a lengthy statement (http://is.gd/TA7hPR) explaining why two of the rules proposed by the campus carry policy working group at the…..
The final report of the campus carry policy working group at the University of Texas at Austin will go down in history as simultaneously featuring some of the finest research on the subject…..
Although the campus carry working group’s recommendations regarding WHERE licensed concealed carry should be allowed on the UT-Austin campus are generally in keeping with the intent of Texas…..
Most recent news is that a bill that will allow CC license holders to carry on school grounds (currently a felony) will be introduced likely in the next 10-14 days.
Thanksgiving has come and gone but the Iowa Firearms Coalition leadership team is still feeling mighty thankful.
The city of Austin is violating state law by prohibiting licensed concealed handgun carriers inside City Hall, according to the Texas governor’s office.
On Wednesday, Nov. 18th, at 1pm the House Justice Appropriations Subcommittee will hear the Licensed Open Carry bill. Committee members need to hear from you now.
Speak from the heart to let your legislators know that you support the right to bear arms.
Concealed carry expansion legislation, Sub. House Bill 48, will likely come up for a floor vote in the Ohio state House of Representatives today, November 17.
Thanks to your continued calls and emails, NRA supported Right-to-Carry bills have seen increases in co sponsorships over these past few weeks.
Recent reports out of Israel show that that Israeli civilians aren’t taking a recent spate of terrorist violence lying down, they are arming themselves to fight back.
The bill passed committee mostly along party lines, with Rep. Chris Latvala (R-Pinellas) bucking his party to join House Democrats in opposing the Right to Bear Arms.
On Tuesday, Oct 6th, at 9am the House Criminal Justice Subcommittee will hear the Open Carry and Strict Scrutiny bill.
Five years ago, NRA-backed legislation changing Iowa from a “May-Issue” state to a “Shall-Issue” state was signed into law, significantly enhancing the right-to-carry for law-abiding Iowans.
Emotional speculation and groundless predictions of violence marked the Senate and House Criminal Justice Committee meetings Wednesday, September 16, 2015.
In 2014 then Senator Thrasher admonished Florida Carry during a legislative committee hearing for supporting a pro-Second Amendment bill that corrected an unconstitutional infringement on the…..
Apparently the functionaries at the Clark County, Nev. Department of Family Services place anti-gun orthodoxy over the welfare of children.
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.