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Today, the Colorado House and Senate exchanged multiple anti-gun bills.  Senate Bill 256, House Bill 1298 and House Bill 1299 will now be considered by the chamber opposite their origin.  Please contact your State Lawmakers and ask them to OPPOSE these anti-gun measures. House Bill 1298 allows for the indefinite delay of firearm transfers. Current state law allows
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After it was slapped with a lawsuit brought by the New York attorney general alleging fraud and abuse, the National Rifle Association filed for bankruptcy in federal court in Dallas in a bid to reorganize and move to Texas. It was a brazen effort to try to evade New York officials enforcing the laws that
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The U.S. corporate media usually report on Israeli military assaults in occupied Palestine as if the United States is an innocent neutral party to the conflict. In fact, large majorities of Americans have told pollsters for decades that they want the United States to be neutral in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. But U.S. media and politicians
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With a lengthy waiting period, an ever-expanding semi-auto ban, a shrinking handgun roster, and broken background checks on ammunition purchases, California is scraping the constitutional floor with their gun control. In fact, with NRA-backed NYSRPA v. Corlett before the U.S. Supreme Court, we may soon discover that many California jurisdictions’ administration of the state License to Carry statute is well below the
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On Tuesday, May 18, the Senate Consumer Protection Committee will be meeting online at 10 a.m. and will discuss S.1048A by Sen. Zellnor Myrie.  This ill-conceived legislation contends that illegal use of firearms is a public nuisance and attempts to hold manufacturers responsible.  Rather than hold criminals accountable, anti-gun Democrat legislators are looking to scapegoat
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Based on hard, empirical data, the vast majority of Americans have no idea who Samantha Bee is. She has a “comedy” show on basic cable, Full Frontal with Samantha Bee, but hardly anybody really watches it. Her ratings tend to be pretty low, with what could generously be described as a niche audience of around
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The researchers behind The Violence Project mass shooting database launched the next phase of their work on Friday, May 14th. The Off-Ramp Project is a set of resources designed to help prevent mass shootings by getting people in crisis the help they need. Criminologist James Densley and psychologist Jill Peterson begin with an insightful model
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NRA has often lamented about how the legacy media long-ago abandoned any semblance of neutrality when it comes to the issue of gun control. Most people expect “news” coverage to simply report the facts related to the events of the day—including events related to public policy discussions—then let the public decide what those facts mean
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In a blunt opinion piece from the Washington Post editorial board, the National Rifle Association was scorched for decades of corruption and self-dealing, saying that gun advocacy group is finally facing a “reckoning.” With a federal judge tossing out the NRA’s bankruptcy case after “finding that the nation’s largest gun rights groups had filed the
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Photo of old book courtesy shutterstock By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Monday, May 10, the 130th day of 2021. There are 235 days left in the year. Today’s Highlight in History: On May 10, 1869, a golden spike was driven in Promontory, Utah, marking the completion of the first transcontinental railroad in the United
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Louisiana’s powerful gun lobby is opposing legislation that would make it easier for domestic violence victims to obtain protective orders barring abusers from possessing firearms. Instead, lobbyists are pushing a proposal that would reopen the so-called “boyfriend loophole” — a move that would allow certain abusive dating partners to hold onto their firearms. What began
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AUSTIN — As the Legislature entered the session’s homestretch Friday, many Texans were wondering how much of the conservative “red meat” agenda had passed. The House worked late Thursday and into Friday afternoon, after senators went home, because of deadlines it faced for passing its own bills. The flurry of activity rescued scores of bills
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The facts of the Parkland school shooting are by now so well branded on the national consciousness it barely requires recap: on Valentine’s Day 2018, a teenage gunman killed 17 students at Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school in six minutes; students documented their fear and disbelief in real time. Overnight, some became characters in the
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A year after Liberal Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced his sweeping ban on firearms, shocking new revelations have emerged concerning the repudiated long gun registry and the federal police agency responsible for implementing and enforcing Canada’s gun laws. According to reports by the Canadian Shooting Sports Association (CSSA) and news media, there is good reason to believe that
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On Wednesday, despite the thousands of calls, emails, and other communication from NRA Members and Second Amendment supporters, Senate Bill 5038 advanced out of the legislature and was signed into law. In response to the signing, NRA State Director Aoibheann Cline wrote: “By signing SB 5038, Gov. Inslee yet again displays a blatant disregard for the safety and freedoms of law-abiding Washingtonians. The
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Who writes the bills? Kochheads, that’s who – Arkansas Times Facing South identifies the source of another bit of Republican dirty trickery that spread this year through GOP-controlled legislatures like kudzu (but with more damaging effect.) It’s legislation that prevents, particularly, states from requiring disclosure of donors to 501c4 organizations that enjoy nonprofit tax status
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The Missouri Senate has passed a contentious gun rights bill. The “Second Amendment Preservation Act” attempts to invalidate federal gun regulations. Senate Minority Leader John Rizzo of Independence spoke in favor of an amendment that would have closed a loophole letting convicted domestic violence abusers own a gun. The amendment to the overall bill failed.
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Dear Texas NRA Member: Earlier today, Lieutenant Governor Dan Patrick appointed five pro-Second Amendment Senate conferees on House Bill 1927, constitutional carry legislation that has now passed both chambers and has been sent to a conference committee to work out the differences between the House- and Senate-passed versions of the bill.  They are Sen. Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown), who
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