Second Amendment

Another big endorsement for 4th District Congressman Dan Newhouse in his re-election campaign. The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF), representing nearly five million members, announced their “A” rating and endorsement of Congressman Dan Newhouse for his reelection campaign. The NRA released the following statement in support of Congressman Newhouse: “On behalf of our
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Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas), the top Republican negotiator for the Senate’s newly unveiled gun control bill, has said he will not take part in a new round of gun control talks concerning proposals aimed at limiting access to certain rifles or expanding background checks. The lawmaker was asked by reporters on July 12 whether Republicans would negotiate
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The day after four people were shot within an evening in Gary, only two Lake County Council members agreed Tuesday to join an ad-hoc committee to address gun violence. Councilman Charlie Brown, D-Gary, and Councilwoman Christine Cid, D-East Chicago, agreed to be members of the ad-hoc committee to look into what the seven-member council could
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MIDLAND — Private-public partnerships are one of the recently proposed solutions to address gun violence in the 35th State Senate race.  Republican candidate Christian Velasquez discussed this issue, among several others, Monday at a primary election forum held by the Midland Area League of Voters.  “The government can talk about it, but we really need
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In the wake of the Buffalo and Uvalde mass shootings, 70 percent of Republicans said it is more important to protect gun rights than to control gun violence, while 92 percent of Democrats and 54 percent of independents expressed the opposite view. Just weeks after those mass shootings, Republicans and gun rights advocates hailed the
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”A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” Those words, written as the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution, have been woven into the nation’s identity and governance since ratified in 1791, when muskets and
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Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. County workersdemand equitable pay As of July 1, county employees who were considered “essential” and worked throughout the pandemic are working without a contract. Every day we work without a new contract we are losing money. The county is saving
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D. R. Mayer: Environment: We have an obligation to the planet As wildfires and heatwaves and so on hit the planet, including Boulder, we Boulderites can try to help ease the greenhouse gas crisis. And its attendant sixth great extinction of species on Earth, currently underway. Indeed, it is our moral obligation to do so
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Mayor Jim Kenney of Philadelphia said the quiet part out loud during his unprompted commentary on the shooting during the city’s traditional Benjamin Franklin Parkway Fourth of July celebrations. An insensitive coda set reporters and potential candidates for mayor pouncing on Kenney, but what got ignored in the pile-on was the truth-telling about the mayhem
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The high court’s decision invalidated a law giving New York broad discretion over concealed carry permits, a framework used by five other states and Washington, D.C. But Democratic lawmakers believe the ruling allows them to bolster the vetting process and prohibit concealed firearms in a variety of public locations. New York has already enacted a
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