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Posts in 'Legislation'

South Carolina: Constitutional Carry Passes House, 64-46

H. 3930, a Constitutional Carry bill is on the move in South Carolina. On March 9th, it passed the Judiciary Constitutional Laws Subcommittee. On 21 March, it passed the full committee with a vote of 15 to 7.

Castle Doctrine Under Seige: Nevada To Put Homeowners On The Hook For Civil Suits If They Shoot Intruders

In a twisted sense of progressive “justice”, Democrat lawmakers in Nevada are currently looking to undermine Castle Doctrine, the protection from civil litigation if they use force against a home invader.

First Responders look to Carry with New Bills in TX and South Carolina

The legislation looks to give first responders the authority to exercise that right, Flynn said. “To protect themselves because they do go into harm’s way often.”

Arkansas Passes Expanded Campus Carry Bill

Originally, the bill was to allow staff at institutes of higher learning, who had a concealed carry license, to carry on campus. Staff would have been required to notify the administration that they were carrying.

“Modernized” Undetectable Firearms Bill Would Outlaw Glocks, Many AR Clones

The bill “Undetectable Firearms Modernization Act of 2017”, would stifle innovation and experimentation, without impacting terrorists or criminals.

Constitutional Carry Passes Committee in AL & SD

If these three states were able to get their Constitutional Carry bills passed a full THIRD of the country would not require ANY type of oppressive permission in order for its citizens to exercise their rights

Cuomo Moves To Force New York Gun Owners To Buy Insurance

Governor Andrew Cuomo has hate in his heart for people not like him. He has publicly stated his feelings about his bigotry towards anyone who doesn’t agree with his lock step totalitarian progressive regime.

National Reciprocity Bill in Senate: What are the Prospects??

On Saturday, 25 February, 2017, Senator John Cornyn (R) Texas announced that he will introduce the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act in the Senate this week.

VA: Governor McAuliffe vetoes Knife Law Reform

Gun Rights has found that when legislators are educated about the history and effect of these knife bans, they can be persuaded to remove them. In Virginia this year, the process happened fairly quickly.

Welcome New Hampshire as the Newest Constitutional Carry State

New Hampshire has become the 12th State in the Union that fully recognizes the rights of it citizens to keep and bear arms while not having to ask the government for permission to do so.

Florida Legislature Battle with Courts Continues on “Stand Your Ground”

In Florida, person facing unlawful deadly force or significant bodily harm was no longer required to retreat before defending themselves in public places.

Media SKEWS Repeal of Gun Ban To Fit Their Agenda

So I don’t have to tell you that the mainstream media is full of it and that they will obfuscate, skew and mislead in order to further their agenda. An agenda that seems to go lock step with the likes of George Soros, Michael Bloomberg and Barack Obama.

Fight For Electronic Weapons In Maryland

Howard County lawmakers introduced an emergency bill Wednesday that would lift a ban on electronic weapons in response to a federal lawsuit that challenges the county’s longstanding restrictions on the use and sale of Tasers and stun guns.

Alabama Strongly Considering Constitutional Carry

State Senator Gerald Allen, R-Tuscloosa, is pushing to restore “permitless” or Constitutional carry in Alabama. He pre-filed a bill on 18 January, 2016, for that purpose.

Female Hunters Could Soon Be Wearing Blaze Pink in Virginia

A bill just passed in the Virginia House of Delegates that would allow female hunters to wear blaze pink during hunting season.

Trinidad and Tobago to Consider More Gun Permit Reform

In Trinidad and Tobago, legally obtaining a gun is not easy. The problem is that much power is vested in the Chief of Police, and there is a long tradition of delaying permits or ignoring appeals.

Review: 1934 National Firearms Act, Original Bill and Hearings

The Hearings of the National Firearms Act of 1934 provide an immensely valuable resource in understanding the intentions of the law. It provides a good look at how the intricacies and provisions of the first really significant Federal Firearms law concerning individuals, came to be.

New Hampshire: Constitutional Carry, SB 12, passes House Committee

The New Hampshire House Committee on Criminal Justice and Public Safety has passed SB 12. SB 12 is the New Hampshire permitless or “Constitutional carry” bill for 2017.