Tomorrow, the House Militia, Police and Public Safety Subcommittee is scheduled to consider the following anti-gun measures:
Tomorrow, the House Agricultural and Natural Resources Committee is scheduled to consider House Bill 1156.
Last week, the Utah Senate Judiciary and Law Enforcement Committee passed Senate Bill 16 by a 5-0 vote. The bill is now pending consideration by the full Senate.
Congressman Henry Cuellar is taking the man many credit with stopping the Sutherland Springs gunman to President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday. Stephen Willeford, 55, fired at the gunman as he left First Baptist Church.
Harford County Del. Rick Impallaria filed in a bill in Annapolis Tuesday that would give public school districts across the state the authority to allow “certain, select” employees to carry firearms on school property to prevent or minimize the loss of life in a school shooting.
A bill that would punish local officials for imposing gun-free zones on town- or school-owned property was held back by a legislative committee on Tuesday, but that recommendation could be overturned when the full House votes next week.
Democratic legislators said Tuesday they will continue to fight for gun control laws as Republicans continued to kill bills to restrict firearms.
Whether a homeowner’s right to keep guns out their home takes precedence over the right of a person with a concealed pistol license to be armed is a question lawmakers may have to answer.
A man who broke into a Delaware house and was held at gunpoint says he only broke in to get out of the rain.
Government doesn’t always move quite as fast as we’d like. In recent years, members of both major political parties have complained about historic Congressional inaction.
On Thursday, February 1st, the Hawaii state Senate Committee on Public Safety, Intergovernmental, and Military Affairs will be considering Senate Bill 2046 and Senate Bill 2436, and the House Committee on Judiciary will be considering House Bill 2024. Please contact members of the committees and urge their opposition to SB 2046, SB 2436 and HB 2024 by clicking the take action button below.
Having been retained from the 2017 session, Legislative Document 31 is now back before the House of Representatives for further consideration. LD 31 addresses problems and concerns with the state’s current “Citizen Initiative” process. This bill proposes an amendment to the Constitution of Maine to require that the signatures on a petition consist of voters from each of the State's two congressional districts, and the number of signatures from each congressional district be not less than 10% of the total vote for governor cast in that congressional district in the previous gubernatorial election. LD 31 will need two-thirds of the Maine House to pass and appear on the Ballot this November. It is critical you contact your state Representative and urge them to support LD 31! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your Representative.
Tomorrow, January 31st, The House Committee on Federalism and Interstate Relations will be accepting sponsor testimony for two anti-gun bills, House Bill 395 and House Bill 305.
Tomorrow, the Senate Finance Subcommittee on Public Safety will hear two bills that threaten your Second Amendment right to self-defense.
A driver took matters into his own hands when a thief took off with his car.
A man was shot after attempting to rob another man at a northeast Houston ballroom Sunday morning, according to the Houston Police Department.
HB-39 by Rep. Dane Eagle was heard in the House Criminal Justice Sub-Committee on Monday, January 29, 2018 and PASSED by a vote of 9-4. HB-39 is a bill to stop the abuse of law-abiding citizens who are licensed by the State to carry concealed firearms for self-defense and whose firearm becomes temporarily exposed to ordinary sight of another person.
An Idaho House panel has introduced stand-your-ground legislation would extend protections for a person who uses deadly force under a serious threat of harm.
An Idaho House panel has introduced legislation encouraging public schools to offer gun safety courses as electives.