Concealed Carry

“Monsters shall always be with us, but in earlier days they did not roam free. As a psychiatrist in Massachusetts in the 1970s, I committed people–often right out of the emergency room–as a danger to themselves or to others. I never did so lightly, but I labored under none of the crushing bureaucratic and legal
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By EMILY SAWAKED   STUDENTS AT UNIVERSITY Prep Charter School located on t. Ann’s Avenue in the South Bronx begin a march from their school on Wednesday, June 8, 2022 to mark Gun Violence Awareness Month and in memory of their school friend, Angellyh Yambo, 16, who was fatally shot in April, along with
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(The Center Square) – A new California law that limits firearm marketing to minors is facing legal challenges from sporting associations and gun rights groups – representing what could be the first of several legal challenges brought against new gun laws in the state.  A group of guns rights organizations and shooting sports associations are
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Now that the Supreme Court has ruled that it is unconstitutional to require gun owners to show “a good and substantial reason” to carry a concealed weapon, Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan (R) has lifted those restrictions for Marylanders [“Citing court decision, Hogan orders relaxation of concealed-carry rules,” Metro, July 6]. Our communities already are unsafe
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By the time Highland Park police arrived at Robert Crimo III’s home in September 2019, there had already been several signs of trouble. A reported suicide attempt. Domestic violence calls to his family home. And then someone contacting police to say they heard Crimo had threatened people at the house, and that he had several
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New York Gov. Kathy Hochul signs gun laws after string of shootings Gov. Kathy Hochul signed 10 gun-related bills, including one which will prohibit New Yorkers under the age of 21 from buying semi-automatic rifles. Patrick Colson-Price, Associated Press Imagine this scenario: It’s 4:30 p.m. A busy work day is ending and another evening of
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By Tinashe Chingarande, Special to the AFRO The court exercised its federal power to uphold Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights Marylanders who want to conceal a weapon no longer have to prove that they have a “good and substantial reason” for wanting to hide a weapon. Maryland Governor Larry Hogan issued a statement on July
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The law makes it a felony crime to carry a gun into a new list of sensitive places, including: government buildings, places of worship, libraries, parks, zoos, schools, summer camps and homeless shelters, Law enforcement officials and registered security guards are among those exempt from the sensitive-place restrictions. (Reuters) New York state has passed a
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On Friday’s broadcast of Newsmax TV’s “Eric Bolling The Balance,” New York gubernatorial candidate and Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-NY) contrasted New York Gov. Kathy Hochul’s (D) declaration that she doesn’t “need to have numbers” to justify gun control proposals with her hesitation to repeal cashless bail due to a lack of data to justify repealing cashless
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After striking down restrictions on carrying concealed firearms in California and other states, the Supreme Court told an appeals court Thursday to reconsider the legality of California’s ban on gun magazines that can hold more than 10 cartridges. The court’s order, in an appeal by an affiliate of the National Rifle Association, signaled the potentially
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By Miriam Raftery June 29, 2022 (Sacramento) – The California Department of Justice today revealed that a data breach of concealed carry applicants is far wider than originally reported. According to the DOJ’s press release today,  “Based on the Department’s current investigation, the incident exposed the personal information of individuals who were granted or denied a
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