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
Gun owners would have to undergo specific training and pass a live-fire shooting test on a firing range in order to get a permit to carry concealed weapons in California under legislation proposed Friday.
The state auditor in 2013 looked at APPS and found that in some cases the department goes after people whose names shouldn’t be on the list. Typically, people don’t know the process for reinstating their rights. The auditor found the agency was mistaken in three of the eight cases it reviewed.
Missouri lawmakers are considering a bill that would allow universities designate full-time faculty as "campus protection officers" who can carry concealed weapons.
On Tuesday, February 13, the House Committee on Judiciary has scheduled to hear House Bill 1908, legislation prohibiting certain trigger modifications.
Today, the House Judiciary Committee held a vote on House Bill 4145, which would significantly expand the class of persons who could be stripped of their Second Amendment rights.
The word “Outback” used to conjure images of Australia’s tenacious frontier spirit; of hunters, ranchers, and other adventurers who carved out a harsh existence from an unforgiving land.
Arizona Representative Kevin Payne (R-21) introduced House Bill 2535 in order to guarantee that law-abiding citizens will not be stripped of their Second Amendment rights when they choose to provide foster care to children.
An appellate court judge in Wisconsin has ruled that lifetime loss of Second Amendment rights is not on par with the threat of deportation when it comes to a lawyer’s duty to advise clients of the secondary effects of a guilty plea. The case is State of Wisconsin v. Amanda L. Longley.
The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) today applauded Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke’s Order to enhance big game migration corridors. The Order calls on the Bureau of Land Management, National Park Service and Fish and Wildlife Service to work together with state fish and game agencies to identify and improve these critical habitats across the Western United States. Private landowners may join these efforts on a voluntary basis.
A Johnson Creek woman says she should be able to withdraw her guilty pleas to a misdemeanor because her lawyer didn't warn her it would result in a lifetime ban on having a gun.
Expanded last year, Iowa gun laws would undergo more significant changes — including doing away with government permits to carry a weapon — under proposals that won support Thursday from Senate Republicans.
Florida lawmakers want to cut penalties for people who accidentally show their concealed weapons. The bill is ready for a floor vote in the House. But gun control advocates are worried the plan is a step towards open carry.
On Tuesday, February 13, the Senate Judicial Proceedings Committee is scheduled to consider multiple gun bills, and committee members need to hear from you immediately.
Today, the West Virginia House Education Committee passed campus carry legislation, House Bill 4298. Yesterday, the House Small Business, Entrepreneurship, and Economic Development Committee unanimously passed parking lot protection legislation, House Bill 4187.
Yesterday, a Senate Judiciary Subcommittee passed Senate Study Bill 3155 to propose an amendment to the state Constitution guaranteeing “the right of the people to acquire, keep, possess, transport, carry, transfer, and use arms” and Senate File 2106 to enact permitless carry in Iowa. Both bills will now go to the Senate Judiciary Committee, which could take them up for consideration as early as next week.
On February 7th, the House Judiciary Committee held a public hearing on House Bill 4145, which would significantly expand the class of persons who could be stripped of their Second Amendment rights. This bill has been scheduled for a vote in the House Judiciary Committee today, February 9th at 3:00PM. Please contact members of the House Judiciary Committee and urge their strong opposition to House Bill 4145! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact Judiciary Committee Members.
On Wednesday, the Mississippi House passed House Bill 1083 by Rep. Andy Gipson (R-Braxton) on an 80-29 vote, sending the measure to the Senate for consideration.
Dear Criminal:I’m sure that right about now you’re slapping yourself upside the head and thinking, "Oh my God, I forgot to recertify my pistol permit and list my handguns with New York State."You can relax.The State Police assure us they are not hunting down those who forgot to comply by last week’s deadline, a failure that – if strictly enforced – could result in you losing not only your handguns, but other tools of your trade such as rifles and shotguns.
On Monday, February 12, the South Dakota House is scheduled to consider self-defense legislation, House Bill 1271.