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PROVIDENCE — Governor Daniel J. McKee, Attorney General Peter F. Neronha, and Rhode Island’s other statewide office-holders stepped to the podium Tuesday, providing a high-profile push early in the legislative session for a ban on “assault-style” weapons such as AR-15s. But the gathering of the state’s top leaders did not include House Speaker K. Joseph
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Two NRA-opposed bills advanced from committee at the Roundhouse yesterday in Santa Fe. House Bill 9 ​by Rep. Pamela Herndon (D-ABQ), a firearm owner liability bill, was voted out of the House Judiciary Committee on a 7-4 party line vote. The bill creates back-door gun storage requirements by imposing criminal penalties on firearms owners if a third-party minor displays, brandishes or injures someone with their firearm. ​​Please thank State Representatives Ryan Lane
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DALLAS, TX (January 31, 2023) – Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of litigation challenging the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives’ Final Rulemaking on firearms equipped with stabilizing or pistol braces. The Petition in FPC’s Mock v. Garland, along with other case documents, can be viewed at FPCLaw.org. “This lawsuit challenges,
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Editor, In many developed countries, especially in Western Europe, people have eradicated the early widespread of dynastic politics for decades. In the Indian situation, the people in the recent past rejected political dynasties from the country’s political arena. This kind of politics, played by many politicians, negatively impacted society.Roland Mendoza revealed in a study that
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Bowling made fun! ————————————— Hickok45 videos are filmed on my own private shooting range and property by trained professionals for educational and entertainment purposes only, with emphasis on firearms safety and responsible gun ownership. We are NOT in the business of selling firearms or performing modifications on them. Do not attempt to copy at home
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Today, January 31st, the Ohio Legislature begins the 2023 legislative session. As in 2022, the Legislature can expect to see both pro and anti-gun agendas this year. Gun owners and sportsmen throughout the state must stay actively involved to defend freedom. Your NRA will continue to fight to promote and protect your right to keep and bear
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Reports Detail Cockfighting Flourishing in Alabama Even as Bird Flu Threatens the State’s Commercial Poultry Operations – NRA News Today – EIN Presswire Trusted News Since 1995 A service for political professionals · Tuesday, January 31, 2023 · 614,359,939 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics Newsletters Press
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Sportsman’s Guide: $20 off $100 or more Purchase using SOOTCH (Sponsor) Make a Plan : All Contingencies (Dutch Hunger Winter / C19) 1 Month , 3 Months, 1 year, Sustainability www.fema.gov Rule Of 3’s : Foundational The Curve Prioritize : Food vs $100 Knife Stop Buying Survival Gear What does it take to live? Improvise
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DuPage County Sheriff James Mendrick will not face censure after comments earlier this month in which he said his department would not enforce some components of the state’s ban on assault weapons. According to a joint statement, the decision was reached after conversations involving Mendrick, DuPage County Board Chair Deborah Conroy and DuPage County State’s