As preposterous as this sounds, it’s the law here in Wyoming, and gun owners have been prosecuted just this year over their failure to retreat.
The Kansas Court of Appeals had ruled, a trial-court judge must view evidence in the light most favorable for the prosecution.. wait WTF?
Minnesota desperately needs common sense gun laws – just not the ones you might think.
Misinformation about self-defense rights and laws is what has sparked major debate over the misapplication of lethal force in civilian communities.
HF188, authored by Rep. Jim Nash, would make permits to carry optional throughout Minnesota. This concept is known as “Constitutional Carry”.
We are happy to report that the bill was unanimously held in committee and will go nowhere this session!
The Des Moines Register just released their latest Iowa Poll about Stand Your Ground legislation.
The poll, conducted by the widely respected Selzer & Company, was taken between February 6th and 9th and has a 3.5 percent plus or minus margin of error.
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.
With a propaganda machine that only a billionaire can buy, Everytown for Gun Safety and its affiliated organizations continue to spread the falsehood that the anti-gun movement is gaining…..
It’s not our side that wants to keep women and minorities disarmed – it’s theirs…
National Carry Academy is the nation’s premier training resource for those that decide to carry a gun as a part of their lifestyle.
SB-344 Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley is on the Special Order Calendar to be heard on the Senate Floor Thursday, January 21, 2016, between 1:00-4:00pm.
SB-344 Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Rules Committee on Thursday, December 3, 2015, at 1:00PM
Gun-rights advocates are targeting the chairman of a House committee and some of its Republican members, after a bill intended to broaden the state’s controversial “stand your ground” law…..
SB-344 Burden of Proof by Sen. Rob Bradley is scheduled to be heard in the Senate Appropriations Subcommittee on Criminal Justice on Wednesday, November 18, 2015 at 10:00AM.
HB-169 Burden of Proof by Rep. Dennis Baxley is scheduled to be heard in the House Criminal Justice Committee on Tuesday, November 17, 2015, at 9:00AM.
Andrew Branca, the author of the “Law of Self Defense,” recently reviewed a study on racial bias and Florida’s Stand Your Ground (SYG) laws published in the Elsevier Social Science & Medicine.
An armed citizen stopped a deadly knife attack with a warning shot. Under the new law, he can be certain that he will not be charged…
A strong supporter of the Second Amendment, Governor Rick Scott has now signed more pro-gun bills into law — in one term — than any other Governor in Florida history…