Concealed Carry

Daily Point Tied to the tracks The Village of Garden City has sent the Metropolitan Transportation Authority a letter that transit officials called a “ransom note,” seeking $10 million and additional improvements before it will issue a permit essential to completing the Long Island Rail Road Third Track project. The letter from the law firm
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Alabama Governor Kay Ivey hosted state Rep. Proncey Robertson, R-Mount Hope, and State Sen. Randy Price, R-Opelika, at a State Capitol ceremonial bill signing for legislation that allows Alabamians to acquire lifetime concealed carry firearm permits. This will allow law-abiding gun owners, who purchase the new lifetime carry permits, to avoid the inconvenience of traveling
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It is well-known that in the last few years there has been a drastic increase in the processing of ATF Form 4473. This form is prescribed by the Bureau of Alcohol Tobacco and Firearms and required to be completed when a person proposes to purchase a firearm from a Federal Firearms License holder, such as
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Louisiana Democratic Gov. John Bel Edwards has vetoed a no-permit concealed carry law for guns that he said could endanger the public, leaving the self-described “Sportsman’s Paradise” an outlier in the Deep South where such laws have recently passed in neighboring states. Mr. Edwards’ veto of the bill, which would have allowed legal gun owners
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Gov. John Bel Edwards vetoed legislation that would have allowed Louisiana residents 21 and older to carry concealed firearms without a permit, adding fuel to a growing movement among conservative lawmakers to hold what would be the state’s first veto override session.  The measure would have done away with the mandatory background check and firearms
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Gov. John Bel Edwards vetoed legislation that would have allowed Louisiana residents 21 and older to carry concealed firearms without a permit, adding fuel to a growing movement among conservative lawmakers to hold what would be the state’s first veto override session.  The measure would have done away with the mandatory background check and firearms
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PROVIDENCE — With less than a month left in this year’s legislative session, all five of Rhode Island’s statewide office-holders made a united call Tuesday for passage of “common-sense gun safety legislation,” from a 10-round limit on ammunition clips to assault weapons and school grounds gun bans. Gov. Dan McKee took turns at a microphone with Attorney General Peter
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When you think of a Castle you might think of Kings and Queens and Knights protecting the fortress from intruders or enemies of the royal families. But I think of everyday Americans and the structures which they live in. Your home is your castle, and you protect your home, the property around
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Content warning: Contains references to gun violence and murder. The United States is a country built on violence. Fueled by settler colonialism and white supremacy, gun and military violence is fostered at home, then exported around the world. Real solutions will require systemic changes that don’t recriminalize communities most affected by the violence, but present
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