Knowing how your state legislature works and acting on that knowledge can be crucial for defending the Second Amendment.
The electoral priorities for 2022 are obvious, but what about the priorities for the legislative sessions in that year?
If we want to stop financial deplatforming, we need more than sub-pinprick consequences.
Think Supreme Court wins will end the threat of anti-Second Amendment legislation? Even if bans are off the table, here’s what anti-Second Amendment extremists could pass…
Your local Federal Firearms Licensee has made a living helping people exercise their Second Amendment rights, and anti-Second Amendment extremists in Congress want them out of business.
Appropriations bills are often opportunities for our enemies to attack our rights – but can also be used to protect them.
While the Home Defense and Competitive Shooting Act would be ideal to pass, it doesn’t hurt for Second Amendment supporters to have a backup plan.
Bonnie Watson Coleman has proposed Second Amendment suppression legislation.
Recent history means it’s time for Second Amendment supporters to update some legislation passed in the wake of Hurricane Katrina.
The Illegal Alien NICS Alert Act is worthy of backing from Second Amendment supporters.
The reintroduction of the Help Empower Americans to Respond Act offers both strategic benefits and a strategic conundrum to Second Amendment supporters.
Senator Tim Kaine’s “Virginia Plan” is just more of the same gun control – but with a pernicious undertone.
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.
The Supreme Court’s ruling in Caniglia v. Strom could be a boon to Second Amendment supporters concerned about so-called “red flag” laws.
Two bills introduced by Second Amendment champions could give Second Amendment supporters an edge on the political battlefield.
Some bills are easily seen as bad, others are easily recognizable as advances in protecting the Second Amendment. But come legislative items don’t lend themselves to an easy call.
A gun without ammunition is just an oddly shaped paperweight, and laws that make buying that ammunition more difficult are nothing but an attempt to chip away at gun rights generally.
Currently, Ohio appears to be the only state where the burden of proof in a self-defense case rests with the defender.
NWTF strongly supports the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act and thank representatives Jeff Fortenberry and Debbie Dingell for introducing it.
Thanks to bipartisan support from Representatives Jeff Fortenberry and Debbie Dingell, the Recovering America’s Wildlife Act has been introduced.