This week, the House passed House Bill 2840, and last week, they passed House Bill 2551, to improve the ability of law-abiding
The NRA and others filed their opening brief in an appeal challenging LA County’s COVID-19 restriction on gun stores and shooting ranges.
On Thursday, March 11, at 1:00 pm, the House Committee on Healthcare (HCC) is scheduled to hear the anti-gun bill, House Bill 2510.
Today, the House of Representatives passed House Bill 175 by a vote of 73-21. It prevents discrimination against firearm businesses.
Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson and the state legislature passed SB 24, making stand your ground legislation the law.
Yesterday, the Senate passed Senate Bill 43. The bill expands the ability of citizens to defend themselves in places of worship.
Hearings were held on the nomination of Merrick Garland for US attorney general, with a final vote on confirmation expected to come next week.
March 1st, The House State, Civic, Military, & Veterans Affairs Committee passed House Bill 1106 by a 7 to 4 vote.
A frustrating aspect of the modern gun control movement is its seeming abandonment of reason. The same anti-gun
This country has ever seen on Pennsylvania Avenue. Leading up to the 2020 election, NRA made abundantly clear the threats these two presented
On February 25th, the Ninth Circuit granted en banc review of an NRA-ILA backed lawsuit challenging California’s ban on magazines
Next week, House Bill 1106 and Senate Bill 78, are scheduled for committee consideration on Monday and Thursday, respectively.
NRA-backed bills which establish that firearms and ammunition makers are essential businesses that shall not be prohibited during emergencies
COVID-19 and uncivil disorder have illustrated that in times of crisis or uncertainty, Americans buy guns.
On February 24th, the Arkansas House marked the final vote on Stand Your ground Legislation, Senate Bill 24. This important self-defense
February 23rd, the Senate Committee on Judiciary issued a favorable report for Senate Bill 43, to expand the ability
Sensing a dearth of popular support for their gun control schemes, anti-gun politicians are urging Biden to act unilaterally to restrict guns
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberal government introduced a bill with new restrictions and prohibitions on February 16.
Last Friday, important emergency powers legislation, House Bill 504, was introduced and referred to the House Judiciary Committee
Last week, the House Committee on Judiciary passed HB 2827 and HB 2840, legislation to prevent discrimination against the firearm industry