Knife Rights Texas Location-Restricted Knife law reform bill passes out of House committee
Ohio Rep. Al Cutrona has filed HB 243 to enact Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption in Ohio. This bill follows on Gov. DeWine’s signing of Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform bill in January.
Texas bill filed that would restrict retail display of all knives and require they be displayed behind lock and key.
In a first nationwide, Minnesota representatives and a senator have introduced Constitutional Amendment bills that specifically protect knives, along with firearms and other arms.
Knife Rights helps save North Dakota Concealed Carry Knife Reform Bill at hearing in Bismark, ND.
Longtime Knife Rights friend Vermont Representative Patrick Brennan has filed H.254 to enact Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption in Vermont.
Knife Rights: North Dakota Concealed Carry Knife Reform bill introduced to remove “switchblade, gravity knife, machete, scimitar, stiletto, sword [and] dagger” from the list of “dangerous weapons.”
The Washington Switchblade Ban Repeal bill is in danger of dying on the vine. Use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center to email Chair Hansen to ask him to hold a hearing before it is too late!
Vermont Rep. Brennan has filed H.201 that would repeal the state’s ban on switchblade knives three inches or more in length, the only knife not allowed to possess in VT.
Knife Rights’ Michigan Knife Rights Act introduced. Would enact knife law preemption, eliminating local knife laws more restrictive than state law.
Knife Rights’ bipartisan repeal of Washington State ban on sales and civilian possession of “spring blade” knives introduced.
Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform Bill, SB 140, has been signed by Governor Mike DeWine. The new law goes into effect April 11, 2021
Knife Rights’ Knife Owners’ Protection Act, H.R. 60, (“KOPA”) has been re-introduced in the U.S. House. KOPA repeals the Federal Switchblade Act.
Bill strengthening Knife Law Preemption in New Hampshire introduced. Severe penalties would deter infringement of state’s knife, firearm and ammunition preemption statute.
Knife Rights: Texas Representative Drew Springer has introduced House Concurrent Resolution HCR1 that would designate the Bowie Knife as the official state knife of Texas.
Long time Texas Knife Rights sponsor Representative Harold Dutton has introduced HB 956 that would remove from Texas statute a number of places where Location-Restricted Knives are currently banned.
Long time Knife Rights friend South Carolina Representative Brian White has introduced Knife Rights’ signature knife law preemption legislation.
Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform Bill, SB 140, passed the House xx-xx. SB 140 now moves to Governor Mike DeWine for his consideration. Contact the Governor TODAY and urge him to sign SB 140!
Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform Bill Passes House Criminal Justice Committee Committee – Call/Email TODAY!
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