In the last eleven years, Constitutional Carry bills have been vetoed by governors 14 times. Two of the vetoes by Democrat Governors have been overridden by Republican legislatures.
Anti-gun Governor Tom Wolf of Pennsylvania has vetoed the latest attempt to hold local scofflaw governments to task for violating Pennsylvania firearms law.
Constitutional Carry passed the Louisiana Legislature with veto proof margins. Governor Bel Edwards has said he will veto it. What will happen next?
Correction to the previous article on North Carolina Vetos. The Republicans who did not vote on the veto override were not cooperating with Democrats to stop the override.
The North Carolina House fails to override Democrat Governor Cooper’s veto of mild reforms of gun laws. Several Republican and Democrats changed their votes to uphold Governor Cooper’s veto.
Democrat Governor Roy Cooper of North Carolina has vetoed the Second Amendment Protection Act. A veto override vote is scheduled for 8 July, 2020.
The Ohio legislature has overridden governor Kasich’ veto of gun law reform. The reform bill strengthens Ohio’s preemption law, and reforms Ohio self defense law’s presumption of innocence standard.
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
Gov. Brown Takes Action on Remaining Gun Bills, Including Two Vetoes Urged by Firearms Policy Coalition.
Missouri Governor (D) Jay Nixon’s veto of gun reform bill S656 is expected to be overridden. Bloomberg’s lobbyists are working against it.
The National Rifle Association applauds Gov. Chris Christie for leading New Jersey into the mainstream of constitutional thinking…
By making New Jersey’s draconian and insane guns laws a central issue in local, State, and National news, Governor Christie fought back against the insane conditions New Jersey gun owners live under..
Gov. Christie issued conditional vetoes which return the bills back to the Legislature with suggested language, which if adopted, would drastically improve a pair of draconian gun laws.
Vetoes Propose Deleting “Justifiable Need” As a Carry Permit Requirement, and Clean Repeal of the Smart Gun Law Mandate with No Strings Attached!
It is unfortunate that Governor Deal vetoed a bill that would have made Georgia campuses safer for his constituents.
Governor Tomblin, under cover of an astonishing advertising blitz by Bloomberg, has issued a veto of HB4145.
West Virginia Governor Tomblin has vetoed the Constituitonal carry bill for the second year in a row, on 3 March, 2016. A veto override is likely.
We should be reminding lawmakers that they might actually get some bad guys if they stop passing redundant legislation and start enforcing the laws…
Two draconian bills that would have dramatically harmed knifemakers and knife owners were vetoed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie on January 19.
Yesterday, January 19, Governor Christie pocket-vetoed Senate Bill 3249 /A. 4717, sponsored by state Senator Loretta Weinberg (D-37) and state Senator Richard Codey (D-27). S. 3249 /A.4717…..