Your phone call is needed. SB1657 is headed for a showdown in the Illinois House of Representatives during veto session this week.
The media frenzy over the mass murder in Las Vegas has died down faster than any other such story I have seen in the last two decades.
MCRGO E’News is reviewing several pending bills in the Michigan Legislature that MCRGO anticipates may move in the weeks and months ahead.
A bipartisan gathering of state legislators from across the country attended the 14th Annual NASC Sportsman-Legislator Summit.
These witness slips are needed now in response to three new anti-gun bills introduced into the Illinois House of Representatives for the Fall Veto Session.
With the events in Las Vegas, we are going to see lots of anti-gun bills like HB4107, HB4112, HB4117 and of course, SB1657, the Dealer Licensing bill.
If you can frame the gun control debate as questions, the other just might ask you for the answer. And that makes the debate a whole different ball game.
In the aftermath of the Las Vegas attack, a bipartisan group of U.S. representatives have decided they will not “let a crisis go to waste.”
The National Rifle Association has announced that it supports the review of bump fire stocks to see if they are in accordance with current federal law..
Rep. Delmar Burridge (D), wants to prohibit the open carry of firearms. Rep. Janice Schmidt (D) wants to take away the Second Amendment rights of tenants.
FPX is once more calling for an immediate repeal of dangerously unconstitutional laws passed by the California Legislature in Assembly Bill 103 (AB 103).
Assembly Bill 424, which attempts to subvert authority of education officials, passed the California State Assembly and on it’s way to the governor’s desk.
The Arizona Game and Fish Department applauds the U.S. House Natural Resources Committee for approving a bi-partisan bill.
The legislation will repeal the Federal Switchblade Act of 1958, and allow consumers to purchase any automatic knife legal in their state.
Here’s the BOTTOM LINE: ALL “illegal knives” (Penal Code Sec. 46.01) that were previously prohibited from carry (Penal Code Sec. 46.02) will be removed from Texas statute.
SB 497, SB 464 & AB 1525 could put California gun stores out of business.
FPC is calling on the California Legislature to provide a fix to AB 103, a recently signed bill that would make gun owners guilty of a crime.
Contact Your Assemblymember and State Senator and Urge “NO” Votes
Knife Rights’ bill to mostly repeal Illinois’ switchblade ban, SB 607, was signed late on Friday by Governor Bruce Rauner. It’s effectively immediately.
Unlike its decision earlier to upholding efforts to delist wolves in Wyoming, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia chose to do so again.