Nebraska’s Republican Gov. Pete Ricketts has come out swinging in support of Constitutional carry in the Cornhusker State, a goal he calls “unfinished business.”
There is a difference between the registration of guns, and carry permits. Carry permits do not tie a particular firearm to a particular person, except in states which already have gun registration.
Nebraska is getting close to passing a Constitutional Carry bill, LB 773, due to the energetic efforts of Senator Tom Brewer. Here are some of the inside details.
Senator Megan Hunt tweeted a false argument against Constitutional Carry in Nebraska. Her argument was pure Progressivism.
The Nebraska Constitutional Carry bill, LB 773, passed its first major filibuster barrier with a vote of 36 to 9.
When a murder & shooting took place at the Westroads Mall in Omaha, Nebraska, a gun owner acted as security for himself and others. Says he would do it again.
Governor Pete Ricketts of Nebraska unequivocally supported the Second Amendment right of protestors to openly carry guns inside the Nebraska state Capitol.
Second Amendment supporters prevailed in Nebraska on 21 February. The bill infringing on Second Amendment rights will not be enacted this year.
Hundreds of Nebraska Second Amendment supporters exercised their First and Second Amendment rights at the Nebraska state capitol. Governor Rickettes’ twitter states his approval.
Hundred’s of hook & bullet media personalities and professionals will be on hand for this shooting-sports-media rockstar gathering and you can join us.
The NRA’s Political Victory Fund proudly announces its endorsement of Pete Ricketts for Governor of Nebraska, Bob Evnen for Secretary of State, & John Murante for State Treasurer.
“This new law gives Nebraska’s law-abiding gun owners peace of mind knowing that gun control extremists won’t have access to their personal information,” said Chris W. Cox.
The Nebraska State Chapter of the NWTF recently allocated $77,370 in funding to support NWTF Save the Habitat. Save the Hunt efforts in Nebraska.
Learn the various forms of décor that can be made with clay at 9:30 a.m. At 11 a.m., discover the different types of wildlife along the Mississippi.
Two campgrounds at Lake McConaughy State Recreation Area will close temporarily to allow construction crews to complete upgrades to campground amenities.
In team NASP competition, Lincoln’s Pound Middle School scored 3,114 points to tie a middle school record it set in 2016…
The public have the chance to view greater prairie-chickens and Sandhill cranes at two public viewing blinds in Nebraska.
Now through April 9, the lively comedy “Always a Bridesmaid” is showing at the Kountze Memorial Theater in Mahoney State Park.
The entire population of whooping cranes in the Central Flyway is expected to migrate through Nebraska over the next several weeks.
White-nose syndrome (WNS), a fungal disease that affects hibernating bats, has been confirmed in Nebraska bats earlier this week.