Washington residents, please email committee members to vote YES on HB 1224 to repeal WA’s civilian ban on “spring blade” knives.
Pennsylvania Senator Sharif Street has introduced SB 1013, Knife Rights’ bill to repeal the Keystone State’s ban on switchblade (automatic) knives.
By a vote of 55 to 36 the Ohio House has passed Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Preemption bill, HB 243.
Starting at 6:00 PM Eastern on Friday, December 3rd, a 24 hour marathon is being held on YouTube to support Knife Rights. EPIC Giveaways and multiple Grand Prizes!
With a bipartisan vote of 66 – 38, the Michigan House voted final passage of our Michigan Knife Rights Act, HB 4066, that was passed by the Senate last week. Now it heads to the Governor for action.
Email Gov. Whitmer to sign the Michigan Knife Rights Act that would enact Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption in the state. Do it today!
The Ohio Senate passed Knife Rights’ Knife Law Preemption bill, SB 156, by a vote of 23-7. It now moves to the House where a companion bill, HB 243, is awaiting a vote.
ACTION ALERT! If you are a Michigan resident, please use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center to easily EMAIL Senators and ask them to vote YES on HB 4066:
Fifteen years ago Knife Rights founder Doug Ritter read a WSJ article “How New, Deadly Pocketknives Became a $1 Billion Business.” 34 bills enacted later, they are still forging a Sharper Future!
Knife Rights Foundation has joined with FPC American Victory Fund and others submitting an Amicus Curie brief to SCOTUS in a critical 2A case.
Knife Rights’ Michigan Knife Rights Act (Knife Law Preemption), HB 4066, was passed Thursday, June 17, by the House with a bipartisan vote of 69-41.
Knife Rights’ bipartisan Knife Law Reform, HB 956, which passed the House 142 – 2, which passed the Senate last session, and had Gov. Abbott’s support died without a vote in the Senate.
The Texas Senate State Affairs Committee is about to kill a popular bi-partisan knife law reform bill. The bill is very important, but time is limited. Take Action.
If you are a Texas resident, use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center to urge members of the Texas Senate Committee on State Affairs to push for a vote on HB 956. Time Is Running Out! Do It Now!
Knife Rights’ bipartisan Texas Knife Law Reform Bill, HB 956, was passed by the House on Wednesday by a vote of XXX to X. It now moves to the Senate for their consideration
Knife Rights’ Texas Knife Law Reform Bill, HB 956, is set for a floor vote Monday, April 26th. Use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center TODAY to EMAIL your Representative to vote YES on HB 956
URGENT ACTION ALERT: If you are a Texas resident use Knife Rights’ Legislative Action Center to email Texas House Calendars Committee to set a Floor Vote on HB 956 to reform Texas knife law.
Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform bill takes effect today. Concealed carry of any knife is now legal unless used as a weapon in a criminal act.
Knife Rights Texas Location-Restricted Knife law reform bill passes out of House committee
Ohio Rep. Al Cutrona has filed HB 243 to enact Knife Rights’ signature Knife Law Preemption in Ohio. This bill follows on Gov. DeWine’s signing of Knife Rights’ Ohio Knife Law Reform bill in January.