Concealed Carry

Who Is the Real Deb Adams?The Deb Adams Chronicles Part 2 by George Gramlich,Commentary Deb Adams, an “unaffiliated” ex-Californian, who moved here fairly recently, is running for Custer County Commissioner against In-cumbent, retired Air Force Colonel, Bill Canda, who is a Custer County native. Adams’ campaign so far is a call for “unity”, love and
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For the second time this summer, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Sept. 13, pursued a ban on large-caliber handguns and ammunition, and other regulations that would restrict sale of firearms in unincorporated county communities. In a unanimous vote, the five supervisors asked the county’s attorneys to draw up a host of
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For the second time this summer, the Los Angeles County Board of Supervisors on Tuesday, Sept. 13, pursued a ban on large-caliber handguns and ammunition, and other regulations that would restrict sale of firearms in unincorporated county communities. In a unanimous vote, the five supervisors asked the county’s attorneys to draw up a host of
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Democratic gubernatorial candidate and Dayton Nan Whaley stops by Source Media to answer questions posed by journalists on Sunday, Sept. 11. Dillon Carr, Staff Reporter Editor’s Note Our discussion with Nan Whaley, Ohio’s Democratic candidate for governor, touched on a variety of issues, using some of the questions developed by author and reporter Amanda Ripley as
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The gun lobby, led by the National Rifle Association (NRA), routinely deploys a series of common myths—designed to undermine legitimate arguments for commonsense gun reform—in the aftermath of high-profile mass shootings.1 These myths range from scapegoating mental health to “door control”2 in public spaces such as schools and are united by a set of dangerous
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Republicans don’t care about safetyRegarding his Aug. 24 letter (“Woke Dems favor criminals over us”), yes, Don Ward, “words matter.”On Jan. 6, Trump supporters violently attacked law enforcement with flag poles and chemical sprays. Trump said he “loved them.” Other Republicans refer to these criminals as “patriots” and “political prisoners.”Republican violent rhetoric continues to fuel
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New York Attorney General Letitia James continued her winning streak against the gun lobby with her latest victory defending her state’s gun legislation. The state’s top prosecutor has successfully defended the constitutionality of New York’s recently passed gun safety legislation, the Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA), which goes into effect today. The Gunowners of America,
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Democrat New York Governor Kathy Hochul is championing the Concealed Carry Improvement Act (CCIA), which critics say is burdensome and an infringement on numerous constitutional rights. Following a Supreme Court decision in June striking down New York’s concealed carry restrictions as unconstitutional, state Democrats and Hochul moved to crack down further on gun rights, seemingly
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When the U.S. Supreme Court took a sledgehammer to concealed-carry gun laws that limit firearms in public places, California officials vowed to swiftly respond and enact new restrictions. But a measure to tighten the state’s rules for concealed weapons was on track to fail in the state Capitol this week, a surprising setback for a
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When the U.S. Supreme Court took a sledgehammer to concealed-carry gun laws that limit firearms in public places, California officials vowed to swiftly respond and enact new restrictions. But a measure to tighten the state’s rules for concealed weapons failed in the state Capitol early Thursday morning, a shocking outcome for a plan championed by
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STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Following a Supreme Court ruling allowing greater access to conceal carry gun permits, elected officials are working to inform New Yorkers about what is and isn’t permitted in the nation’s most densely populated city. “The U.S. Supreme Court’s Bruen decision was the shot heard ‘round the world that took dead aim
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Following a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, permit applications to carry carry concealed or unconcealed handguns publicly can now be downloaded online from the Hawaii Police Department, as can the supporting documentation applicants must submit. Those interested should visit the HPD website at hawaiipolice.com and select the “Services” tab. “We’re the only ones in the
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