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Michigan: Senate to Vote on Self-Defense Bills

Today, the Michigan state Senate Government Operations Committee passed Senate Bills 0584, 0585, and 0586 with a 3-2 vote.  This set of bills will address gun-free zones where law-abiding citizens are left defenseless and will be brought up for a vote in the state Senate tomorrow.  In addition, Senate Bill 527, which ensures that law-abiding citizens are not stripped of their Second Amendment rights when they choose to provide foster care to children, will also come up for a vote.  Please contact your state Senator and urge them to SUPPORT these bills.  Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your state Senator.

Michigan: Urgent Action Needed on Self-Defense Bills

Early this week, a number of bills will be considered in the Michigan state Senate that will affect your Second Amendment rights.  Tomorrow at 2PM, the Michigan state Senate Government Operations Committee will be hearing Senate Bills 0584, 0585, and 0586 to address gun-free zones where law-abiding citizens are left defenseless.  That set of bills, as well as Senate Bill 527, which ensures that law-abiding citizens are not stripped of their Second Amendment rights when they choose to provide foster care to children, will be brought up for a vote in the state Senate on Wednesday.  Please contact committee members and your Senator and urge them to SUPPORT these bills.  Click the “Take Action” button below to contact them.

Indiana: DNR Rule On Rifle Cartridges For Deer Hunting

On November 3rd, the Indiana Department of Natural Resources issued an emergency rule allowing rifle cartridges that were allowed in previous seasons to be used during the 2017 deer hunting season.  Firearm deer season runs from November 18th to December 3rd.  For further information about Indiana hunting, see here.

Massachusetts: Signed Gun Control Bill Carries Punishment of Up to Life Imprisonment

Today on Friday, November 3rd, Massachusetts Lieutenant Governor Karyn Polito, acting on behalf of Governor Charlie Baker, signed House Bill 4008 into law.  A provision in H.4008 prohibits the possession of “bump stocks” and “trigger cranks.” Violations of this provision by merely possessing these accessories carry excessive punishments.  In addition to the possibility of life imprisonment, the minimum mandatory sentence is 18 months imprisonment. 

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