In a big win for Kansas gun owners, HB 2042 was amended by Rep. Brenda Landwehr on the floor yesterday to allow adults between 18 and 21 to apply for a Kansas concealed carry permit.
A majority of the required petition signatures were collected from urban areas in Southern Maine, putting gun owners at a great disadvantage.
The 2018 Kansas legislative session is off the starting line, and it has promised from day-one to be an interesting year.
HB-39 is a bill to stop the abuse of law-abiding citizens who are licensed by the State to carry concealed firearms for self-defense and whose firearm becomes temporarily exposed..
With the 2018 Indiana legislative session underway, a number of bills affecting your Second Amendment and hunting rights have been filed.
The Gun-Free-Zone Liability Act basically says that, in public places, if you create one of these dangerous make-believe gun-free zones, you’re liable for any harm it causes..
FPC sent a second letter regarding H.R.38 (the Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017) to bill sponsor Rep. Richard Hudson (R-NC) and House co-sponsors.
$40 is the most any Texan will pay the state for the License to Carry.
The Second Amendment Guarantee Act, introduced in the House of Representatives by Rep. Chris Collins (R-NY), would ban most of NJ’s gun control laws.
The bad news is that the North Carolina Senate adjourned without passing House Bill 746. The good news is that the bill is still very much alive.
U. S. Representative Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) will join host Mark Walters today (Friday 6-23-2017) at 4 pm ET on nationally syndicated AAR’s Daily Defense.
After pro-gun posturing by Republicans in the NC Senate, it turns out they may never have had any intention of voting with gun owners on HB746.
Terry Johnson, a local Firearms Legal Expert, will be conducting a seminar to address how this new law could work if enacted.
Included in the legislation is Title XVII, a strengthened version of the Hearing Protection Act.
On Friday, June 9th, Governor Rick Scott SIGNED INTO LAW the two critically important self-defense bills we have been urging him to sign.
Two NRA/USF supported bills – both critically important to self-defense rights are now on the Governor’s desk awaiting his action.
It was just a few weeks ago that citizens from several different cities told us about gun bans on Idaho buses.
Minnesota desperately needs common sense gun laws – just not the ones you might think.
SB 16 significantly reduces the cost of a License to Carry.HB 1819 sets state law to be ready for the changes to the federal law should the Hearing Protection Act pass.
Let’s get this done – please contact your State Representatives on Monday or Tuesday morning and urge them to “Support HB 300/SB 16 with no amendments”.
HB 1911, referred to as Permitless Carry is a major step forward to restore the handgun rights Texans lost in the 1870s.
The video explains the challenges that lay ahead for the HPA, and how despite major political victories for the Second Amendment and American gun owners, the passage of the HPA is far from certain.
Unfortunately, some in the General Assembly decided to play politics with your right to self-defense and the lives of domestic violence victims by pandering to the Governor’s wishes
Senator Negron, stop giving political cover to RINOs that are too timid to publicly vote on bills that restore our FREEDOM!
We are happy to report that the bill was unanimously held in committee and will go nowhere this session!