Cam Edwards Talks to NRA-ILA’s Alexa Fritts on Wisconsin Elections & Right to Carry

Cam Edwards Talks to NRA-ILA’s Alexa Fritts on Wisconsin Elections & Right to Carry
NRA-ILA Grassroots News Minute 10/18/2010

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Charlotte, NC –-(Ammoland.com)- NRA-ILA grass roots news recently debuted a new and improved format for the “Grassroots News Minute” video!

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Matt
Matt
11 years ago

Regarding TJ’s comments about NRA. I see you’re unaware that the NRA and WI State WI-Force have been and continuously have pushed for CCW in WI. They have pushed for a change in LAW every year. CCW is deemed unconstitutional because of the Supream Court Ruling put forth by the NRA. And the NRA has gotten the bill to the Gov a few times already. Go look at what happened last time when we tried to override a Doyle veto and see who changed their vote and flipped flopped you will be surprised. So what good right now would it… Read more »

TJ
TJ
11 years ago

So where has the NRA been to defend Wisconsin? Why didn't the NRA push a lawsuit for CCW in Wisconsin knowing that the CCW ban is unconstitutional? Not familar with this show, but this woman is clueless. Looking at a few headlines and websites would give her a wealth of information to speak more intelligently. Tom Barrett not only is against the Second Amendment, but says he will wait for law enforcement to give the o.k. for CCW. Also, what about stating the importance of voting for Republicans for the State House and Senate? No bill will get to Scott… Read more »