Although the 2023 Regular Session of the Texas Legislature does not convene until January 10, gun control advocates have wasted no time declaring war on your Second Amendment rights in the Lone Star State and making clear their intention to push for Biden/Beto gun restrictions during the upcoming legislative session.  Today is the first day
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Following the shooting deaths of three students at the University of Virginia Sunday night, Republican Gov. Glenn Youngkin faced calls to implement stricter gun control laws in Virginia. Law enforcement officials were still gathering details Monday about the shooting and hadn’t determined how the alleged shooter, Christopher Darnell Jones Jr., obtained the firearm used to
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Two firearm-related ballot measures – one bad, one good – were voted on in last week’s midterm elections. Both passed. In the blue state of Oregon, voters were presented with Measure 114, the 12-page Changes to Firearm Ownership and Purchase Requirements Initiative, described by the NRA as “the nation’s most extreme gun control Initiative.” Among
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A higher prevalence of gun ownership in rural America has contributed to increased suicides, raising the overall gun-death rate in rural areas above that of urban communities. Experts say some legal interventions that have broad public support could help lower the risk of people harming themselves or others with guns. Suicide Rates in Rural America
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The American Firearms Association says its members favor Ron DeSantis over Donald Trump for president. Trump worked hard to cultivate support from 2nd Amendment advocates during and after his presidency. The annoucement comes as DeSantis’ stock is rising in the Republican Party after overwhelmingly winning re-election. Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access
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The American Firearms Association says its members favor Ron DeSantis over Donald Trump for president. Trump worked hard to cultivate support from 2nd Amendment advocates during and after his presidency. The annoucement comes as DeSantis’ stock is rising in the Republican Party after overwhelmingly winning re-election. Loading Something is loading. Thanks for signing up! Access
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Oregon voters on Wednesday passed Ballot Measure 114, one of the more restrictive gun control measures in the country. The ballot measure passed 51% to 49%, with 77% reporting, according to the Oregonian. Though the results were close with just over three-fourths of the vote tallied, the remaining counties of Multnomah, Washington and Clackamas all
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Republican incumbent Todd Young has been reelected as U.S. Senator for Indiana, according to the Associated Press.   According to the IndyStar, Young is speaking to supporters at the JW Marriott in downtown Indianapolis.  “The only way to ‘Make America Great Again’ is from the ground up,” Young said, according to the IndyStar. Throughout the race, polling
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Oregon voters were narrowly favoring one of the country’s strictest gun control measures, a long-sought goal of a grassroots faith-based campaign, but the race was too close to call, preliminary Tuesday results indicated. Partial returns tallied as of 10 p.m. showed Measure 114 leading, 51% to 49%. The returns represent 63%, or 1,215,644 votes, of
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ST. CLOUD, Minn. — GOP incumbent Tom Emmer is projected by the AP to win reelection in Minnesota’s Sixth Congressional District, defeating DFL challenger Jeanne Hendricks. Emmer, who was first elected to Congress in 2014, is leading the GOP’s campaign efforts in turning the House red. He chairs the National Republican Congressional Committee and is reportedly
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Five incumbents from central Ohio were re-elected to the U.S. House of Representatives on Tuesday, according to early unofficial results. The Associated Press has projected that all five congressional officeholders whose districts touch parts of central Ohio – Reps. Brad Wenstrup (R-Cincinnati), Jim Jordan (R-Urbana), Troy Balderson (R-Zanesville), Mike Carey (R-Columbus)
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COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – Four central Ohioans are projected to win re-election to Congress, according to early unofficial results. As ballots continue to be counted, three Republicans — Brad Wenstrup, of the 2nd Congressional District, Jim Jordan, of the 4th Congressional District, and Troy Balderson, of the 12th Congressional District — along with Democrat Joyce
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LEE DES MOINES BUREAU Gabbard endorses GrassleyFormer Democratic congresswoman and presidential candidate Tulsi Gabbard endorsed Republican Sen. Chuck Grassley’s reelection campaign on Sunday. In a statement, Gabbard praised Grassley’s conservative priorities and said Grassley’s Democratic opponent, Mike Franken, would be a “rubber stamp for the Biden administration.” “I’m supporting Chuck Grassley because we need leaders
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Oregon voters will determine Tuesday whether to pass stricter gun laws — the only ballot measure nationwide that addresses gun violence.  The gun-control initiative, which critics say is the nation’s “most extreme,” requires people to obtain permits and complete safety training to acquire a firearm. It also bans high-capacity magazines and calls for State Police
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