At long last, the ATF finally responded to a request from Attorney General Jason Ravnsborg to certify that South Dakota
On March 18th, 2021, the Tennessee Senate passed important Constitutional Carry legislation, Senate Bill 765.
Yesterday, the South Carolina House voted 82-33 to advance House Bill 3094 – allowing open carry – after the second reading.
Last June, New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) and his wife shared their disastrous vision for police reform.
Anti-gun activists want Americans to trust doctors with no constitutional law or law enforcement expertise.
The U.S. House Representatives, with the urging and support of Joe Biden, passed two bills on Thursday – H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446
Governor Ralph Northam signed House Bill 2310. The measure allows individuals who completed online firearms training prior to January 1st
Ohio House State and Local Government Committee voted 9-5 to issue a favorable report to House Bill 89 to amend Ohio’s “duty to inform” law.
On Thursday, the Senate Law & Public Safety Committee amended and passed S.568 on a unanimous vote of 6-0. As reported earlier this week
North Carolina House passed House Bill 134 by a vote of 72-44. The bill expands the ability of citizens to defend themselves
March 9th, 2021, two anti-gun measures were not brought up on the floor before the official deadline to pass.
the NRA-ILA and NY State Rifle & Pistol Association filed a reply brief asking the Supreme Court to challenge NY’s concealed-carry
On March 9th, the Colorado House passed the heavily debated Mandatory Storage Legislation, House Bill 1106.
President Biden’s nominee to serve as United States Secretary of the Interior, U.S. Representative Deb Haaland hates guns
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.