Month: July 2021

The Original Rainbow Cone hits the road with five “flavored” trucks ART Cleve Carney Museum of Art Observes Frida Kahlo’s Birthday The Cleve Carney Museum of Art (CCMA) and the McAninch Arts Center (MAC) at the College of DuPage (COD) honors the birthday of Frida Kahlo in ways beyond its “Frida Kahlo: Timeless” exhibition, the
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With help from Daniel Lippman SBA TO SHUTTER RESTAURANT RELIEF FUND: The Small Business Administration told restaurants Wednesday night that on July 14 it will shut down the portal for businesses to apply for pandemic relief through the Restaurant Revitalization Fund, after it failed to provide grants to more than two-thirds of applicants for the
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Yesterday, the Legislature adjourned sine die from its 2021 legislative session. During this session, the House passed House Bill 2840, critical self-defense legislation to reduce arbitrary boundaries where law-abiding citizens are left defenseless. Unfortunately, the Senate failed to take action on HB 2840 before session ended. Earlier this session, the Legislature passed Senate Bill 1382, to ensure that
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Today, both Kansas and out-of-state law-abiding gun owners will be able to take advantage of pro-gun legislation that was passed into law during the Legislative Session, House Bill 2058. Proposed by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, House Bill 2058 does the following: Recognizes all out-of-state concealed carry permits, and allows those who have been licensed to carry a firearm
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Yesterday, the General Assembly adjourned sine die from its 2021 legislative session. During this session, the General Assembly continued its erosion of Second Amendment rights by passing House Bill 125, to essentially end the centuries-old practice of home-built firearms for personal use, to ban existing home-built firearms, and to restrict free speech on firearms design. It is currently
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Governor Mark Gordon and Secretary of State Ed Buchanan have extended an invitation to the National Rifle Association (NRA) to consider relocation of its Virginia operation to Wyoming.  A letter signed by the Governor and Secretary Buchanan highlighted the state’s business-friendly tax environment, Wyoming’s eager workforce and the population’s strong support for Second Amendment rights. 
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(The Center Square) – The National Rifle Association is “considering its next moves” after a federal judge upheld a 2018 Florida law prohibiting anyone under 21-years-old from legally buying a firearm. “While this decision is a setback, NRA-ILA remains dedicated to protecting the Second Amendment rights of law-abiding citizens everywhere,” the NRA’s lobbying arm, the
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(Cheyenne, WY) – Governor Mark Gordon and Secretary of State Ed Buchanan have sent a letter to the National Rifle Association (NRA) inviting the NRA to explore relocation of its Virginia operation to Wyoming.  The letter highlights the state’s business-friendly tax environment, Wyoming’s eager workforce and the population’s strong support for Second Amendment rights. Governor
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When it comes to gun violence, Americans are tired. Tired of grieving. Tired of witnessing friends, family and neighbors die as a result of everyday violence — whether it is community violence, firearm suicide, mass shootings, or domestic violence perpetrated with firearms. Tired of watching policymakers offer “thoughts and prayers” but taking little action. Gun
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June 30, 2021 | Governor Mark Gordon has officially invited the National Rifle Association to move its operations to gun-friendly Wyoming. In a letter dated June 18th, Governor Gordon underscored the state’s strong support of the Second Amendment, recently passed gun-friendly legislation, as well as the lack of corporate and personal income taxes. The governor
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