On March 1, Ryan Zinke was confirmed as the 52nd Secretary of the Interior under the Trump Administration, with a bipartisan vote of 68 – 31 in the Senate.
U.S. Sen. Jeff Sessions’ nomination to be the next attorney general of the United States will be voted on this evening by the full Senate.
Last week, Congressman Jeff Duncan’s introduced H.R. 367, the Hearing Protection Act. Now, Senator Mike Crapo introduced a similar bill in the Senate.
As members of the Senate meet this afternoon to hold a hearing on Rep. Ryan Zinke, BHA President and CEO Land Tawney issued the following statement:
Nor is this the first time the Miller campaign has accused the establishment-funded Murkowski of using “dirty tricks” …
“Joe Miller’s commitment to the right to keep and bear arms is unwavering…”
Another grave concern with Bennet is that he’s a rubber-stamp for Obama’s…and potentially Hillary’s…anti-gun judges.
With so much focus on the presidential election right now, I wanted to make sure you were aware of what’s happening in Colorado.
Does anyone actually believe committed ISIS operatives will be stopped from their missions of maximum casualty carnage by a new “gun control” law…?
Garland wasn’t picked because he’ll disappoint “progressives” on guns.
HB-86 passed the House with a super majority vote of 50-10. And this was because of overwhelming support from gun owners across the state demanding the Repeal of Gun Free Zones.
Leadership, true leadership, is keeping your word, doing the right thing and setting an example for others.
Kentucky state Senator Robin Webb has introduced a Knife Law Preemption and Knife Ban Repeal bill, SB112.
Two companion bills, A 9042 and S 6483, have been introduced in New York that would add bias-towards closure language to the state switchblade and gravity knife definitions, sponsored by…
OK2A-Action has uncovered an attempt by the Greater Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce to effectively outlaw gun shows at public venues statewide through one of the many bills filed for the…..
On Jan. 5, the Wisconsin Sporting Heritage, Mining and Forestry Committee approved legislation that would allow parents to decide at which age their kids begin to hunt.
SB-344 Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley is on the Special Order Calendar to be heard on the Senate Floor Thursday, January 21, 2016, between 1:00-4:00pm.
On Thursday, December 3, the U.S. Senate took up H.R. 3762, the Restoring Americans’ Healthcare Freedom Reconciliation Act.
Civil rights advocates at Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) are preparing to file a federal lawsuit should California Senate Bill 707 become law.
A diverse group of constituents, including sportsmen, today applauded Sen. Michael Bennet’s intention to introduce legislation to safeguard areas of Colorado’s Continental Divide.
Two firearm-related bills have been scheduled for hearings next week.
Today the Senate Appropriations Committee approved a funding bill for the Department of the Interior and Environmental Protection Agency that cuts funding for conservation to $2 billion below…..
On Monday, Senate Bill 5837, sponsored by state Senator James Seward, passed the New York State Senate on a 35-26 vote and has now been delivered to the Assembly Codes Committee.
This week, the New Hampshire Senate is expected to concur on Right-to-Carry reform legislation, Senate Bill 116.
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) – supported bill to ensure federal protection for lawful knife owners traveling between states has cleared another hurdle as the Senate Commerce, Science…