Bill strengthening Knife Law Preemption in New Hampshire introduced. Severe penalties would deter infringement of state’s knife, firearm and ammunition preemption statute.
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 Foundation has officially launched the exciting new 2.0 version of its LegalBlade; mobile application, the enhanced second generation of the world’s first and only knife law app.
Doug Ritter and Todd Rather, Knife Rights’ Director of Legislative Affairs, were in Austin, Texas, this week to celebrate last year’s enactment of HB 1935.
Knife Rights’ bill to mostly repeal Illinois’ switchblade ban, SB 607, was signed late on Friday by Governor Bruce Rauner. It’s effectively immediately.
Colorado’s switchblade and gravity knife ban repeal takes effect on Wednesday, August 9th.
Knife Rights’ New York Gravity Knife Law Reform Bill passed the Senate by a unanimous 62-0 vote. The bill is now ready to be transmitted to Governor Cuomo.
After 3 years, Knife Rights’ Knife Law Reform has been sent to NY Gov. Cuomo. If you live, work or travel in New York, CALL Gov. Cuomo TODAY! End Bogus NYC Gravity Knife Arrests – Let’s Get It Done!
We post about this not to re-hash the Freddie Gray case, per se, but because the arrest was illustrative of the problems that can occur without knife law preemption.
Who wins the presidency will affect knife owners on many levels. Let’s review the two major party presidential candidates’ stances on two issues that will likely impact many Americans’ knife rights.
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) today announced that its lobbying team has spent last week at the National Conference of State Legislatures’ (NCSL) annual Legislative Summit, being…..
Oklahoma Governor Fallin has signed the SB 1159. It removes a ban on the carry of certain knives that has existed for over 100 years.
Legal Aid Society, the largest non-profit legal services agency in the nation and New York’s primary public defender, filed an Amicus Curiae (Friend of the Court) Brief in Knife Rights NYC lawsuit
Knife Rights Foundation has recently added 40 more cities to its groundbreaking LegalBlade App – Knife Laws in America.
The Knife Rights supported West Virginia Permitless (Constitutional) Carry bill, HB 4145, that was vetoed by the governor was overridden by the legislature this past weekend.
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…..
Georgia Senator Heath has introduced Knife Rights’ Georgia Knife Law Reform bill, that would increase the legal carry length of a knife blade in the state from 5.5 inches to 12 inches…
The Wisconsin Department of Justice issues some interpretations of the knife reform law signed by Governor Walker on February 6th, 2016.
Knife Rights’ Oklahoma Knife Law Reform bill, SB 1159, has been introduced by Senator Nathan Dahm.