The new law that erects a barrier against anti-Second Amendment action at the federal level will take effect on July 9, 2021.
Knife Rights: West Virginia SB 96 that expands the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, goes into effect Sunday, May 31st.
A Louisiana preemption reform bill is moving forward to reduce “gun free zones”, a West Virginia preemption law goes into effect on 31 May.
Senate Bill 96 is part of a concerted effort by pro-gun politicians in WV to prevent anti-gun municipalities from passing anti-gun local ordinances
West Virginia SB 96 that would expand the state’s firearms preemption statute to include “deadly weapons,” including knives, was passed by the House and now heads to the Governor for consideration.
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.
Such a change may result in school systems eliminating the week off for the opening of deer season in order to still meet this requirement.
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.
Legislators know well that each of us that shows up represents thousands of others who think & vote the same way. Come and stand for thousands of people in your community. If not you, then who?
On March 5th, 2019, House Bill 2519, The Campus Self-Defense Act, failed to pass out of the West Virginia state Senate Judiciary Committee.
On February 27th, 2019 the West Virginia state House of Delegates passed House Bill 2519 by a vote of 59-41 to ensure that law-abiding adults are not stripped of their right to self-defense when they
The award-winning free NRA Hunter Education online course is now available in the state of West Virginia, which joins Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas, Connecticut, Florida and Oregon as the latest state
I’ll start with the “excellent.” Patrick Morrisey has been nominated by the Republican Party to the United States Senate. This is good news.
Governor Jim Justice of West Virginia has signed a reform bill to ensure that West Virginians can exercise their Second Amendment rights during travel.
In the trend to restore Second Amendment rights across the United States, 22 states have created statutes to protect the right to have arms inside personal means of transportation.
Given his record and the state’s electoral trends, what can West Virginians — and gun owners — expect from Manchin in the next nine months?
It’s been a four year battle, and it does not just affect Charleston. Every city in West Virginia now has a ruling prohibiting their ability to disarm us in these facilities.
This legislation would amend the Gun Control Act (GCA) to permanently prohibit executive actions like the Southwestern Border states’ rifle sales reporting initiative..
Listeners in Kansas and West Virginia will now have even more access to Tom Gresham’s Gun Talk Radio with the addition of two more simulcast stations!