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…
The Maine Senate is scheduled to vote on constitutional carry legislation, Legislative Document 652.
Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act, S. 1315 (KOPA), cleared a critical hurdle yesterday when it was voted out of the Senate Commerce, Science, and Transportation Committee.
The Senate Appropriations Committee today released their top-line funding levels for each of twelve federal appropriations bills, cutting conservation funding to $160 million below the already……..
Colorado hunters and anglers voiced disappointment last Tuesday with a state Senate committee’s approval of a bill that would result in less access to public lands and is part of an ongoing attack….
This week, the House and Senate will each likely pass its own version of a Fiscal 2016 Federal Budget, and both will fail to appropriately invest in critical conservation programs.
The Arizona State Senate confirmed law enforcement veteran James S. Zieler as the newest member to serve on the Arizona Game and Fish Commission.
A bill to restore second amendment rights on campus has enough support in the Texas Senate to pass.
Open Carry Texas is proud to announce that Sen. Don Huffines (R-SD61) has agreed to sponsor constitutional carry legislation authored by our organization and the National Association for Gun Rights.
PGC Executive Director R. Matthew Hough today thanked state senators for their unanimous support on an initiative to improve safety for Wildlife Conservation Officers.
A Pennsylvania bill to require local governments to respect peoples rights passed the Senate on 16 October. Dozens of illegal ordinances exist.
The NSSF has received word that the U.S. Senate will take up the Bipartisan Sportsmen’s Act, S. 2363, next week and would like our help.
Why should Republicans give this up without something in return? If the Democrats want it so badly, then they should be made to give up something for it….
An email from a private group asks gun owners to send money to “fax blast” politicians about a bill that has had no activity for over a year and a half and that has attracted no co-sponsors.
Establishment RINOs are protecting an anti-gun incumbent by asking Democrats to help them sabotage a pro-gun candidate.
With millions being spent every year to curb the spread of invasive species, Senator Tester’s message of personal responsibility can go a long way towards improving the health of our waterways…
An appeal was made yesterday in Gun Rights Examiner for gun owners to contact their senators and oppose confirmation based on the nominee’s anti-gun track record…