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.
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!
Senate Bill 1161 fails to solidify Idaho as a top state where gun owners are protected! Instead, this bill would continue to protect criminals.
By now you’ve probably heard, House File 517 breezed through the House last Tuesday on a 58-39 vote. This means HF517, the biggest pro-Second Amendment bill in state history, is in the Iowa Senate.
The TFA called on the members of the Tennessee General Assembly to move SB0131 and HB0493 to the respective floors for a full debate and final passage.
We’ve been on defense in Minnesota for far too long. We need your help to ensure that these bills move forward in the legislature this year.
In response to President Donald J. Trump’s approval of House Joint Resolution 40, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) Legislative Advocate and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued the following statement.
Friday, February 17, marked the deadline for bill introductions in California. A number of firearm- and hunting-related bills have been introduced.
The funnel is essentially a deadline in the legislature. If a bill fails to make enough progress by the funnel date it’s considered dead for the year.
House Study Bill 133 (HSB133) is a comprehensive gun bill that effectively re-writes a large portion of Iowa’s firearms and use of force laws.
Last week both HB136 “Campus Carry” and HB137 “Repeal Gun Free Zones” made it past the Senate Judiciary committee, and must now face a full vote on the Senate floor.
With little fanfare, HB 136 and HB 137 were passed through the Senate Judiciary Committee yesterday by a vote of 4 to 1!
In a stunning victory for the pro-gun community, the first bill to repeal an Obama anti-gun measure is now headed to President Trump’s desk.
MSSA’s “School Safety Act” has been introduced as HB 385, and will have a public hearing before the House Judiciary Committee (HJC) on Tuesday, 2/14.