Second Amendment

Marilyn Smolenski founded Nickel and Lace, a concealed carry apparel company targeting women gun owners; but Smolenski is putting her business ventures on hold to run for office. (Photo: Eric P. Davis / Pioneer Press) Nickel and Lace founder and CEO Marilyn Smolenski once watched models walk down the runway at concealed carry fashion shows;
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The clock is ticking to register firearms newly classified as “assault weapons” in California. A group of individuals and Second Amendment groups has filed suit against the state’s pending new regulations on “bullet-buttons” and assault weapons. In a complaint filed in a Riverside County state Superior Court, four gun owners– George Holt, Irvin Hoff, Michael
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House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, right, said the carry rights bill passed this week helps ensure the Second Amendment doesn’t stop at state lines. (Photo: Reuters) In a party-line vote Wednesday, the House Judiciary Committee sent a measure expanding carry protections to the floor over howls from gun control advocates. Stressing the bill, H.R.
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“Until imitation guns are made safer, parents should stop buying them,” said Sen.Richard Blumenthal last week (Photo: Heather Burian/NBC Connecticut) A Connecticut Democrat wants parents to pump the brakes on buying toy guns until a bill he has introduced to make them more readily recognizable passes Congress. Joining Hartford Police and staff at St. Francis
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Attorney General Jeff Sessions directed a review of the federal background checks system, citing issues that allowed a Texas gunman to legally buy firearms despite a documented background making him a prohibited buyer. In a statement, Sessions said the shooting at a church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, “that relevant information may
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Slide Fire announced a Cyber Monday sale, nearly eight weeks after public backlash against bump stocks skyrocketed demand and depleted the company’s existing inventory. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) Slide Fire, the inventor of the now-infamous bump stock, will resume sales Cyber Monday. The Texas-based company sent an email this week detailing its plan to release a slew
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Delaware’s largest city last week rejected a plan to create a sex offender-like registry for those who have committed gun crimes. The measure, Ordinance 17-023, would have required all gun offenders living in the city limits to report to the Wilmington Police Department and add their information to a registry kept by the agency under
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Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn introduced a bipartisan bill to fix the federal background check system Thursday, less than three weeks after a former airman gunned down 26 people at a church in Cornyn’s home state. (Sen. John Cornyn/Facebook) A bipartisan group of senators introduced a proposal Thursday to fix the federal background check system
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