All gun control bills share the same basic goal: a world in which fewer people own firearms – HR 127 epitomizes this.
February 10th, 2021, the Senate State Affairs Committee passed two pro-gun bills, Senate Bill 100 and Senate Bill 111
House Bill 193 amends New Mexico’s red flag firearms surrender law to allow a police officer to petition for an extreme risk protective
Yesterday afternoon, the Mississippi Senate passed NRA-backed Senate Bill 2107, which makes important reforms to state firearm…
Tomorrow, February 10, at 11:00 am, the House Criminal Justice and Public Safety Committee is scheduled to consider two pro-gun
Legislators hostile to Second Amendment rights are not going to rest this session. Last month, the Senate passed…
Today after 10:00am, the House will vote on legislation that strengthens Mississippi’s firearms preemption law, House Bill 634.
Those who stay involved in the efforts to defend the Second Amendment have always known President Joe Biden is no friend to gun owners.
Having tried and failed to impose a national firearm licensing and registration scheme on an unwilling American public for more than 50 years
Bill Blair, the federal Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness refused to answer questions about a new gun ban’s cost
On Tuesday, February 9, the House Consumer & Public Affairs Committee will meet at 1:30 pm to hear two gun control bills
Senate Bill 5078 and Senate Bill 5038 were heard in the Senate Law and Public Justice Committee in January.
The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) partnered with the New York State Rifle and Pistol Association
Today, the Utah Senate passed HB 60, clearing the last major hurdle. The bill will now be transmitted back to the House
February 4th, the Indiana Senate Committee on Education and Career Development is hearing Senate Bill 64 to impose…
On February 9th, the Fairfax City Council will consider banning firearms in certain public places. Second Amendment supporters…
Wendesday, February 3rd, the Montana Senate passed Permitless Carry legislation, House Bill 102, on Third Reading.
It is an offense for a firearm owner or authorized user to store or keep a firearm in any premises unless the firearm is secured
Dozens of firearm-related bills were introduced, with a majority seeking to further limit your firearm and self-defense rights
A top priority for gun rights supporters at the federal level is national Right-to-Carry reciprocity legislation.