On February 9th, the Washington state Senate passed Senate Bill 6298 to expand the category of persons stripped of their Second Amendment rights and it is now scheduled for a hearing in the House Judiciary Committee on February 21st at 8:00AM. On February 14th, the state House Judiciary Committee passed Senate Bill 5992 to ban certain firearm accessories and it now awaits a floor vote.
Ammunition limits, the adoption of smart gun technology and stricter concealed carry rules were just some of the proposals that Gov. Phil Murphy endorsed Tuesday during a round-table discussion in Cherry Hill led by Assembly Majority Leader Lou Greenwald, a longtime proponent of stricter gun laws.
San Francisco is set to consider a bill that would make it illegal to carry a concealed weapon at events with more than 50 people.
On February 15th, the Oregon state House of Representatives will hold a vote on House Bill 4145, which would significantly expand the class of persons who could be stripped of their Second Amendment rights. In addition, the state Senate Judiciary Committee will hold a public hearing at 8:00AM on February 14th for Senate Memorial Resolution 202, which would urge Congress to regulate certain firearm accessories as well as firearm components and build kits as if they were firearms. Please contact your state Representative and urge their strong opposition to House Bill 4145 as well as members of the Senate Judiciary Committee encouraging their opposition to Senate Memorial Resolution 202! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your state Representative and Senator.
Tomorrow, February 14th, the state House Judiciary and Public Safety Committee will hold a hearing at 2:00PM on House Bill 2535 to guarantee that law-abiding citizens will not be stripped of their Second Amendment rights when they choose to provide foster care to children. In addition, the state Senate Committee on Government will hold a hearing tomorrow at 2:00PM on Senate Bill 1374, which would significantly weaken Arizona's state firearm preemption statute and potentially render it ineffective. Please contact House committee members and urge them to SUPPORT House Bill 2535 and ask Senate committee members to OPPOSE Senate Bill 1374! Click the “Take Action” button to contact committee members.
Among those who remain frustrated by Americans’ continuing distaste for harsh, European-style gun control, a favorite point of complaint is that the Second Amendment is more vigorously and consistently enforced than are all the others and that this supposed disparity isn’t fair.
Tomorrow, the House Finance, Ways and Means Subcommittee is scheduled to consider a piece of pro-gun legislation.
Yesterday, two firearm-related resolutions were filed in the Arkansas General Assembly.
Today, the House Judiciary Committee passed House Bill 312 by a 9 to 0 vote. HB 312 now heads to the House floor where it will await full consideration.
The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) is proud to endorse Judge Michael Screnock for the Wisconsin Supreme Court.
Arkansas legislators want to revisit parts of a state law that allowed concealed handguns to be carried at college campuses, government buildings and other locations by those with additional training.
The ad also highlights Newsom’s efforts to bring universal health care to San Francisco residents and being at the vanguard of 2016’s successful Proposition 63, which banned the possession of large-capacity firearm magazines and passed over the opposition of the powerful National Rifle Association.
The Kansas State Rifle Association, the state affiliate of the National Rifle Association, has issued an “action alert” to its members, asking them to contact senators and drum up opposition in advance of a hearing Tuesday on House Bill 2042.
New York's Westchester County executive has signed legislation banning gun shows on county-owned property.
Tomorrow, at 4:00 PM in Room 115 of the State House, the House Committee on Federalism and Interstate Relations has scheduled the first public hearing where they will be accepting public testimony on Substitute House Bill 228. Please consider attending the hearing to show your support for this important piece of self-defense legislation. In addition, please contact committee members and urge them to SUPPORT Sub. HB 228. Click the “Take Action” button below to contact committee members.
Tomorrow, the House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 312, legislation to provide a technical fix to the provisional Concealed Firearm Permit statute.
Tomorrow, the Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 2042
Today, the Wyoming legislature convened for its 2018 Legislative Session.
Be warned: Your Second Amendment rights end when you cross the threshold of an Outback Steakhouse. Further, your state-issued license to carry a firearm for lawful purposes is null and void in an Outback Steakhouse. Outback Steakhouse is a gun-free-zone.
Your NRA-ILA state association, the Vermont Federation of Sportsmen's Clubs, is hosting its annual legislative mixer in the Statehouse cafeteria on Thursday, February 15 from 4:30 to 7 p.m