Governor Brad Little signed shooting range protection legislation, House Bill 396, into law. House Bill 396 passed both chambers of the Idaho Legislature with overwhelming support and will go into..
House Bill 1215 adds state agencies to the existing preemption statute that limits the authority of cities and counties to pass arbitrary restrictions on firearm possession.
The Iowa House has passed a gun law reform bill to strengthen Iowa’s preemption law and to protect the right to bear arms in Iowa public buildings.
Knife Rights: WV SB 96 that would expand the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, was passed by the Senate with an overwhelming bipartisan vote of 30-2
The West Virginia Senate has passed Senate Bill 96, a bill with adds more weapons to those already protected under West Virginia preemption law.
A range protection and strengthened preemption bill has been filed in the Iowa legislature.
Senate Bill 96 has been filed in West Virginia, to extend the protections of the current preemption law, to include most bearable weapons, as well as firearms.
Let this case serve as proof that when local officials refuse to stop breaking the law in order to deny the rights of Floridians, Florida Carry will act to demand that people’s rights be protected.
Firearms preemption laws are vital as they prevent localities from enacting an incomprehensible patchwork of local gun banning ordinances and schemes.
The city of Sandpoint has refused to comply with state law and is allowing a private party to infringe on your gun rights on public property!
A “writ of mandamus” petition against District Attorney Zappala would force him to accept private criminal complaints against Pittsburgh Mayor William Peduto and City Council for violating gun laws.
A Leon County, Florida Circuit Court judge has just given rogue, anti-gun public officials a “get-out-of-jail-free card.”
Please contact members of the Louisiana Senate Judiciary B Committee and urge them to SUPPORT pro-gun preemption legislation, House Bill 281.
Given this Missoulian position, one supposes that the Missoulian would also support a Missoula ordinance requiring prior government approval before publishing an editorial or news story?
It’s no surprise that the Governor was highly disingenuous in his veto message giving his reason for this veto. For example, he says HB 325 would allow felons to bring guns into schools, even though..
HB 325 is MSSA’s “fix Missoula” bill, to amend the Montana “preemption law” at 45-8-351 to prevent ongoing abuse of the law that limits all local government’s power to regulate firearms.
Superior Court judge will allow a lawsuit challenging a so-called “safe storage” ordinance to proceed, ruling that all plaintiffs in the case have standing to challenge it as a violation of WA preempt
At the request of Knife Rights, Montana State Representative Casey Knudsen has introduced HB 155 which would repeal the state’s switchblade ban and enact Knife Law Preemption.
Attorney General Mike DeWine is vigorously defending the “statewide preemption” statute that we pro-gun Ohioans fought so hard to get enshrined into law.
We must protect gun law preemption at all costs, as the worst tyranny, in my experience, is found at the local government levels.
Another Washington state city is now being sued by the Second Amendment Foundation and National Rifled Association for violating the state’s 35-year-old preemption statute.
The Ohio statute is a good example of a strong preemption statute. Bump stocks are included because they are components and parts of firearms. The statute is specific. It also protects ammunition.
The Ohio AG’s help in defending this critical state law from local politicians who are spending taxpayer money grasping at straws looking for ways to circumvent the rule of law is greatly appreciated
At issue are the blatantly anti-gun ordinances these cities have recently passed in obvious violation of the statewide preemption statute that forbids local governments from making gun laws.
At issue in the cases is whether schools, as local units of government, are subject preemption by the State of Michigan preventing them from creating and enforcing their own firearms restrictions..