Concealed Carry

Gov. Brian Kemp speaks at Adventure Outdoors, a gun shop in Smyrna, on Jan. 5, 2022, expressing support for so-called “constitutional carry” gun legislation in 2022. (Photo by Stephen Folwer) Gov. Brian Kemp announced support for legislation that could eliminate the need for a weapons carry license in Georgia. GPB’s Stephen Fowler has more. Gov.
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The recent conviction of the killers of Ahmaud Arbery is welcome news; it has been described as “justice being served.” The convictions were appropriate for the three white men who followed a young Black jogger in their cars, confronted him and then shot him. But it cannot bring back Ahmaud Arbery. Convictions alone cannot be
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Concealed Handgun Permits on the Rise in Albemarle Albemarle County has seen a surge of citizens applying for a permit to carry a concealed weapon over the last few years, in keeping with trends showing an upswing in both firearms purchases and “concealed carry” permit requests nationwide. The Virginia State Police Firearms Transaction Center reported
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At first, the video offers a perspective we’ve seldom seen: an inside-the-classroom view of high-school students trying to evade an active shooter. Kids crouch below their desks and strategize in hushed tones. The lights are off. Fearing that the voice on the other side of the door is that of a killer, they flee. Then,
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Mahalo for supporting Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Enjoy this free story! I went to my first University of Hawaii football game, Saturday’s wild, high-scoring squeaky win against Colorado State (“University of Hawaii football team closes home slate with high-scoring win over Colorado State,” Star-Advertiser, Top News, Nov. 20). As spectacular as the game was UH honoring not
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click to enlarge Despite facing an inevitable gubernatorial veto, the Republican-controlled Senate pushed a pair of bills to expand concealed-carry rights and open the door for legal action against Pennsylvania municipalities that enact gun ordinances stricter than state law. After three hours of debate on Nov. 9, the upper chamber voted
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The Supreme Court seemed wary of a New York law that strictly limits the carrying of guns outside the home during arguments Wednesday in the first major Second Amendment clash in more than a decade.  The conservative-majority court posed sharp questions about the constitutionality of the New York regulation, which gives government officials broad discretion
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Portland Police told ABC News they couldn’t presently comment on any evidentiary issues in the case and that the department has been in contact with the Richardson family in order to help solve Darien’s murder. “We lost one of the most precious things we have in our lives. Darien is irreplaceable and it’s devastating, but
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It’s like a county fair, except everyone has a gun.  Here, the word “pandemic” is said with air quotes around it, and the politest name for a Democrat is “pencil-neck geek.” Anthony Fauci is a known communist, and Jesus Christ is an assault weapons manufacturer. Here, LGBT stands for liberty, guns, beer and Trump. This is the Rod of Iron Freedom Festival. Rod
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