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.
It’s better for the ultimate unity of the community if legislative differences are resolved…
2017 has barely begun, and Knife Rights has knife law reforms advancing in several states.
The New York Civil liberties Union, the state’s ACLU affiliate, has sent New York Governor Cuomo a letter in support of Knife Rights’ Gravity Knife and Switchblade Reform Bill, S6483-A/A9042-A..
The Knife Rights supported West Virginia Permitless (Constitutional) Carry bill, HB 4145, was passed by the legislature by a majority sufficient to override a veto and has been vetoed by…..
Knife Rights’ Oklahoma Knife Law Reform bill, SB 1159, has been introduced by Senator Nathan Dahm.
Kentucky state Senator Robin Webb has introduced a Knife Law Preemption and Knife Ban Repeal bill, SB112.
The September appeals court decision in Knife Rights’ civil rights lawsuit against New York City and New York District Attorney Cyrus Vance, Jr., was cited last week in a California appeal of…..
Two companion bills, A 9042 and S 6483, have been introduced in New York that would add bias-towards closure language to the state switchblade and gravity knife definitions, sponsored by…
Knife Rights’ Wisconsin Knife Law Reform Bill including Knife Law Preemption, AB 142, passed unanimously by voice vote yesterday evening in the Senate and is off to Governor Scott Walker for…..
The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a knife law pre-emption and reform bill by voice vote.
Several years of work culminated this week in the introduction of a bill to remove all references to knives under Pennsylvania state law Section 908 “Prohibited Offensive Weapon.”