Month: April 2021

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While Alabama has advanced a permitless carry bill for the first time ever from a house committee, permitless carry bills are also making progress over in Louisiana. Yesterday, the Louisiana Senate passed Senate Bill 118. Today, the Louisiana House Criminal Justice Committee is hearing two different permitless carry bills. With these bills moving, both Louisiana
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Here is the text of President Joe Biden’s speech, as prepared for delivery to Congress on Wednesday night, as released by the White House. Related: Biden to make case for $1.8 trillion ‘American Families Plan’ in first speech to Congress — live blog Madame Speaker. Madame Vice President. No president has ever said those words
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Today, the House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee passed Constitutional Carry Legislation, House Bill 596, as well as concealed carry clarification measure, House Bill 124.  Yesterday, the Senate passed their own version of Constitutional Carry Legislation, Senate Bill 118, by a 27 to 11 vote.  Please contact your State Representative and ask them to SUPPORT Senate
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Follow these guideline reloading revolver cartridges for maximum performance, reliablity and safety. Keys To Reloading Revolver Cartridges: Style of bullet dictates style of crimp. Research your revolver–make, model, date of manufacturer–to build a clear idea of its limitations. Don’t exceed these limits hot-rodding, thus potentially damage the cylinder and frame. I’ve been a wheelgun guy
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Governor Laura Kelly Vetoes Some Budget Items Amid Strain with Legislature TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas Governor Laura Kelly has vetoed a ban on the use of state dollars to enforce mask mandates and 17 other budget provisions amid ongoing strain between the first-term Democrat and the GOP-dominated Legislature. Kelly said in a statement Monday
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Donald Dahl, who’s been paying National Rifle Association dues since 1967, shuffled through the rotunda away from the House chamber at the Texas Capitol on April 15. That day was a long time coming for the mechanic and self-described “heavy-duty activist” from Round Rock, the Austin suburb. He had spent fifteen years hounding state lawmakers
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Tomorrow, the House Community and Regional Affairs Committee is scheduled to consider pro-self-defense legislation, House Bill 11.  Please contact members of the committee and ask them to support HB 11. House Bill 11, sponsored by Rep. George Rauscher (R-9), cleans up current law to allow for the defensive display of a firearm against a potential threat.  This measure will
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© REUTERS / JONATHAN ERNST In a prime-time address to a joint session of Congress, President Joe Biden on Wednesday will lay out his administration’s major immediate priorities, with initiatives he’s dubbed ‘social infrastructure’ high on the agenda. President Joe Biden is gearing up for his first address to a joint session of Congress on