Tomorrow, the Assembly Judiciary Committee will hear Assembly Bill 42, legislation that expands prohibited persons in Nevada. Please contact committee members and ask them to OPPOSE AB 42. Assembly Bill 42 is a bill that, on its face, focuses on the procedural process for those accused of misdemeanor domestic violence. However, the bill also contains an expansion of persons
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Today, Senator Jeffrey Timberlake, introduced Legislative Document 1033, which would create Sunday hunting opportunities for Maine sportsmen and women by allowing Sunday hunting on private property with written landowner permission.  Maine is one of just two states that does not allow any form of hunting on Sundays, due to an antiquated blue law left on
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After hours-long debate last night, the Colorado House passed mandatory storage legislation, House Bill 1106, on Second Reading.  This measure places undue burden on law-abiding gun owners, while touting “crime prevention.”  Littleton, CO recently passed a similar storage ordinance for gun dealers, mandating certain storage procedures and devices that have created huge financial restrictions for business owners. 
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Leftist dark money groups such as the Sixteen Thirty Fund, New Venture Fund, the League of Conservation Voters (LCV), and others have remained silent on calls to disclose their donors even though they have publicly backed legislation that would provide for the disclosure of dark money groups’ donors and made public statements calling for donor
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By Howard FischerCapitol Media ServicesPHOENIX — The National Rifle Association and its allies in the firearms industry want Arizona lawmakers to force banks to do business with them. In testimony to the House Judiciary Committee, lobbyists for both groups told lawmakers that some manufacturers are having problems getting loans from financial institutions. There also were
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Rep. Lee Zeldin (R-Shirley) seems to have forgotten that the last Republican to hold statewide office, former Gov. George E. Pataki, supported gun safety, women’s reproductive rights, gay rights, and environmental protection [“Zeldin exploring run for governor,” News, March 3]. This is in stark contrast to Zeldin’s legislative record. He has voted against: the Equality
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Dear Texas NRA Member: Last week, Rep. Giovanni Capriglione (R-Southlake), and Sen. Charles Schwertner (R-Georgetown), filed House Bill 2558, and Senate Bill 19, NRA-backed bills that discourage banks, payment processors, insurers, and other financial services providers from discriminating against members of the firearm and ammunition industries.  The legislation prohibits businesses that engage in this practice from contracting with governmental entities in the Lone Star State.  Taxpayer
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The U.S. House is scheduled to vote on two restrictive gun control bills this week, H.R. 8 and H.R. 1446. Please contact your U.S. Representative today and urge them to oppose this misguided legislation! H.R. 8 would impose so-called “universal” background checks on law-abiding gun owners. So-called “universal” background checks will never be universal, because criminals do not comply with the
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Should the government be able to deny your right to obtain a firearm, simply by failing to complete a mandatory background check? Anti-gun Rep. James Clyburn (D-S.C.) apparently thinks so. On March 1st, Clyburn introduced H.R. 1446, the so-called “Enhanced Background Checks Act.” Under the bill, the FBI could indefinitely block federally licensed dealers (FFLs)
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Andrew Cuomo has found himself in a heap of trouble over long-term care facility residents’ COVID-related deaths and sexual harassment allegations. Although Cuomo is not going to resign, his cases may have repercussions for his political future and hit Democratic governors who issued similar nursing home orders during the pandemic. On 5 March, New York
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Andrew DeMillo  |  The Associated Press LITTLE ROCK — Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday signed into law a measure easing the state’s restrictions on the use of deadly force in self-defense, but urged conservatives who pushed for the legislation to pass a hate crimes proposal they’ve so far resisted. The Republican governor signed the measure
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Yesterday, the Utah Legislature adjourned sine die from its 2021 session after passing two more self-defense bills. They are currently in the enrolling process to be sent to Governor Spencer Cox’s desk. House Bill 227, sponsored by Representative Karianne Lisonbee (R-14), improves Utah’s self-defense laws by defining justifiable use of force, and establishing procedures for
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