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This Week in Gun Rights – April 18, 2020 Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. Thanks to the ATF, you can now buy handguns with your hamburgers? Federal judge buys stupid “ARs are machineguns” argument. 50% of Attorneys General confirm that
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Breitbart reports President Trump said “Ralph Northam did a terrible thing with gun control.” https://www.breitbart.com/politics/2020/04/18/donald-trump-virginia-gov-ralph-northam-did-horrible-thing-gun-control/ He did, and we will not know just how terrible a thing Blackface Northam did until the 2021 crime statistics are in around Halloween of 2022, since the Bloomberg-Northam bundle of ban precursors will not be in force for a
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ATLANTA (April 16, 2020) ­— In a new right-to-carry lawsuit brought by Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), the advocacy organizations joined individual Lisa Walters in seeking an injunction against State of Georgia Governor Brian Kemp, Georgia Department of Public Safety Commissioner Gary Vowell, Cherokee County, and Cherokee County Probate Judge Keith
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Well, it seems the big Limburger at the World Health Organization is begging Trump to change his mind and send money. I don’t think so, myself, and if the outfit with the big glass building in Gotham and this statue on the laws: …wants to keep on trying to take our gun rights by treaty,
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BREAKING: California Attorney General Becerra Served With Pre-litigation Demand Over Unlawful Regulation Delaying Gun, Ammo Purchases SACRAMENTO (April 15, 2020) ­— Yesterday, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) attorney and Director of Legal Policy, Matthew Larosiere, served California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, the Department of Justice, and DOJ Bureau of Firearms Chief, Brent Orick, with a pre-litigation
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“StreetRacer” seized on a recent post, to say that if there were no background checks between 1993 and 1998, why did violent crime rates decline so drastically during that period. The short answer is this: BECAUSE MOST CRIMINALS STOPPED CARRYING GUNS. The chart below is from the Bureau of Justice Statistics massive National Crime Survey,
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BREAKING: Restraining Order, Injunction Sought Against Bay Area Counties, Government Officials Over Stay-Home Orders Banning Gun, Ammunition Sales SAN FRANCISCO (April 10, 2020) ­— Today, attorneys for Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), California Gun Rights Foundation (CGF), California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees (CAL-FFL), National Rifle Association of America (NRA), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed
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Regular readers will recall a fuzzy chart of tje IS Jp,ocode. ,irder. rate since 1950 to 2018, the last year final FBI Uniform Crime Report numbers are available. I discovered, to my outraged disgust, found the anti-virus program decided the USB sticks were backup drives. So when I try to use a stick drive to
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This Week in Gun Rights – April 10, 2020 Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. Teachers Lose Right to Self-Defense Courtesy of Bloomberg Gun Control Group           In an unfortunate turn of events this week, an appeals court in Ohio determined
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BREAKING: Second Amendment Groups, Individuals, Retailers Sue Massachusetts Gov. Baker, Others Over Gun Retailer Closures BOSTON (April 9, 2020) ­— Today, attorneys for individuals seeking to purchase firearms and ammunition, retailers, and advocacy organizations Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), Commonwealth Second Amendment (Comm2A), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed a new federal lawsuit challenging bans on
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LOS ANGELES (April 6, 2020) ­— Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) issued the following statement after Federal District Judge André Birotte Jr., a Barack Obama appointee, denied a request for a temporary restraining order in a federal civil rights lawsuit in Los Angeles: Unfortunately, the Court’s utterly absurd and misguided constitutional analysis allowed the City
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Politics PA reports the Bloomberg backed “Everytown” against guns has targeted Pennsylvania as another primary target for 2020. https://www.politicspa.com/gun-control-group-announces-pa-as-a-priority-for-2020/94095/ It does not matter how much must issue CCS’s and State preemption of gun laws actually cut crime, according to the frightened people working to restore repealed gun laws, those numbers are lies and crime is
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Matthew Larosiere is the Director of Legal Policy at Firearms Policy Coalition. You can connect with him on Twitter @MattLaAtLaw. This Week in Gun Rights April 3, 2020 FGC-9: The plastic arm of the free world; Federal judge rebukes justice department’s abuse of the Tenth Amendment; Feds declare guns essential; upsetting some moms; First-time gun
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Kaiser Health News reports “gun control activists,” gun banners in this real world, are whining about gun dealers being labeled “essential” and allowed to remain open during the coronavirus epidemic. Obviously, Kaiser health;s people have never looked at the fats about the gun control laws history – and the history of pandemics – or they
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LOS ANGELES (March 29, 2020) ­— Today, attorneys for plaintiffs in a federal civil right lawsuit added new defendants in a revised complaint for declaratory and injunctive relief. The added defendants include Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, the City of Los Angeles, the City of Burbank, and Burbank City Manager and Director of Emergency Services,
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SAN FRANCISCO (March 31, 2020) ­— Today, attorneys for Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), California Gun Rights Foundation (CGF), California Association of Federal Firearms Licensees (CAL-FFL), National Rifle Association of America (NRA), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed a new federal lawsuit challenging bans on the operation of gun stores and shooting ranges imposed by a
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RALEIGH, NC (March 30, 2020) ­— Today, Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that Wake County, North Carolina County Attorney Scott Warren, has confirmed in writing that Wake County’s policies and enforcement rules will be revised to reflect updated federal guidance and to be consistent with Governor Roy Cooper’s Executive Order