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Liquor stores are essential businesses almost everywhere — almost because of Pennsylvania, where they’re not. During the coronavirus pandemic, all states are not equal. One state’s weed is another states’s posies. We’re in the middle of an “essential” crisis. The definition of that word dictates how we will live for our unforeseeable future. Some decisions
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WASHINGTON — Firearms sales and federal background checks for purchases soared to all-time highs in March as the coronavirus pandemic brought buyers out in record numbers, even though gun dealers were included in orders shutting down businesses in some states. The FBI conducted 3.7 million background checks last month, according to its latest figures, the
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Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association, along with other pro-hunting organizations, sent a letter to governors of all 50 states on Friday urging them to keep public lands open for hunting and fishing during the COVID-19 pandemic.​ “Now, perhaps more than ever, families need access to hunting and fishing grounds so they can put food
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In response to the COVID-19 crisis, Governor Brian Kemp issued Executive Order 04.02.20.01 requiring individuals to “shelter-in-place” at home except for essential tasks, effective today at 6PM. In addition to referencing federal guidelines designating gun stores as “Critical Infrastructure,” the order clearly states: “That nothing in the Order shall be construed to suspend or limit
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In the lawsuit, filed in the Northern District of New York, the NRA claimed that New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo has “effectively and indefinitely suspended a key component of the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution” by forcing gun stores across the state to temporarily shutter their doors. As states around the country issued
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The National Rifle Association filed a lawsuit against New York for closing gun stores as part of restrictions to slow the spread of the coronavirus. According to the New York Post, the NRA accused the state of New York of violating residents’ Second Amendment rights. “The current public health emergency does not justify the complete
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Sonoma County’s top law enforcement official won’t move to shut down gun dealers under the local shelter-in-place order, leaving it up to individual cities to decide whether to close firearm shops during the coronavirus pandemic. “To some people, maybe not to everyone in this county, the ownership of a firearm is essential to the safe
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Coronavirus is spurring a sharp spike in the sales of guns and ammunition.A.J. Stagg is buying a 22 caliber rifle for his kids, but also holds a concealed carry permit.He understands why stores like Shoot Straight are busier than usual, with coronavirus, and fear, spreading.“People start realizing that they’re really responsible for themselves,” Stagg said.“A
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The FBI processed a record number of gun background checks in March as Americans worried about the coronavirus outbreak stocked up on weapons.   Official figures show that 3.7 million background checks were carried out last month — the most for a single month since the system began in 1998. It eclipsed the previous record, set in December
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As more and more states continue to issue mandatory stay at home orders, residents across the country are asking themselves and their governments, ‘what is and what isn’t essential?’  Most states have a list of industries that must stay open, but a disturbing trend has recently alarmed thousands of Second Amendment activists. In Washington State
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CNN) — As states around the country issue “stay-at-home” orders amid the coronavirus pandemic, firearm and ammunition retailers have been designated an “essential service,” according to updated guidance from the federal government. The debate has already been playing out on a local level: Before the federal guidance was issued, San Diego Sheriff Bill Gore ruled
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The Trump administration eyes longer shutdowns to help slow down the spread of the coronavirus across communities. Hospitals and grocery stores will remain open since they play very important roles but federal officials found another business that could be essential amid the pandemic.  The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA) has issued its latest list
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“This is overwhelming evidence that Americans value their ability to take responsibility for their own safety in times of uncertainty,” said Mark Oliva, spokesman for the National Shooting Sports Foundation, which represents gunmakers. “The figures are simply eye-popping.” The FBI numbers show that March had five of the top 10 days ever for background checks,
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Gun sales exploded across the United States as the coronavirus pandemic spread, with retailers experiencing the highest sales volume in recorded history. More than 2.5 million guns were sold in March as fears over the effects of the coronavirus spread, according to an analysis of FBI background check data released Wednesday by Small Arms Analytics and Forecasting
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BOSTON (SHNS) – Gun shops and shooting ranges will not be allowed to open under Gov. Charlie Baker’s latest order to keep all non-essential businesses closed through May 4, but for a brief period on Tuesday the gun industry thought things might be different. Baker on Tuesday announced that he was extending his executive order
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Yesterday, Governor Kristi Noem signed pro-gun bills that protect and strengthen the rights of law-abiding gun owners. House Bill 1296, as previously reported, ensures the law-abiding gun owners of South Dakota won’t be disarmed during natural disasters or emergencies, such as the outbreak of COVID-19. Passed on the final day of the South Dakota legislative session,
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With David Beavers CORPORATE AMERICA MIGHT NEED MORE MONEY, LOBBYISTS SAY: The coronavirus relief bill signed into law last week included $454 billion to fund a massive loan program for big and medium-sized businesses backed by the Treasury Department and the Federal Reserve. “While that may sound like a lot of money, there is already
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