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North Dakota: 2015 Legislative Session is Now Underway

Today, the North Dakota Legislative Assembly began its 2015 session.  The NRA will continue this year to fight any attack against your Second Amendment rights while continuing to help advance pro-gun and pro-hunting reforms in Bismarck.  

Minnesota: 2015 Legislative Session is Now Underway

Today, the Minnesota Legislature began its 2015 session.  The NRA will continue this year to fight any attack against your Second Amendment rights while continuing to help advance pro-gun and pro-hunting reforms in St. Paul.  

Montana: 2015 Legislative Session is Now Underway

Yesterday, the Montana Legislature began its 2015 session.  The NRA will continue this year to fight any attack against your Second Amendment rights while continuing to help advance pro-gun and pro-hunting reforms in Helena. 

Pennsylvania: 2015-2016 Legislative Session is Now Underway

Today, the Pennsylvania General Assembly began its 2015-2016 legislative session.  The NRA will continue this year to fight any attack against your Second Amendment rights while continuing to help advance pro-gun and pro-hunting reforms in Harrisburg. 

South Carolina: Bills target gun rights education in schools

Who instructs children on the gun rights and safety has traditionally been left out of the state’s school systems, but bills pre-filed in both chambers of the South Carolina Legislature would bring gun rights squarely into focus in the classroom.

Variety: By bypassing Congress, gun control lobby can bypass NRA

On January 5, Variety magazine ran a column admitting the tremendous power of the NRA, and suggested the gun control lobby is figuring out that the only way to beat the pro-Second Amendment group is to bypass Congress. This means bypassing lawmakers loyal to the NRA as well.

Pennsylvania: Reading, other cities wrestle with gun laws

City Council on Dec. 8 had started the process of repealing its requirement that gun owners report lost or stolen weapons within 24 hours of discovering it.The council began the process after its solicitor said a new state law could bring a flurry of lawsuits against the city. That new law, Act 192, took effect Monday.

Authorities call year-old concealed-carry law a 'non-event'

Illinois' year-old concealed-carry law has had no noticeable negative effect, local authorities say. Danville police Sgt. Josh Campbell agreed, saying "When you're talking concealed-carry, it's mostly your law-abiding citizens, who don't cause problems anyway."

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