Gun Rights

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Every state allows people to carry concealed weapons in public, but half of them require a permit. Permitless carry: 25 states allow individuals to carry loaded, concealed handguns in public without first undergoing a background check, obtaining a license, or receiving any firearm training. Shall issue: 10 states require a permit but allow authorities no
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A Teddy Roosevelt mascot for the Washington Nationals loomed over attendees at the Salt Line. Photo: Daniel Boguslaw/The Intercept The loge boxes of Nationals Park were dark Thursday night, but Washington, D.C.’s, Navy Yard — a demented maze of New American eateries, self-service watering holes, and overpriced sports bars generously dubbed a “neighborhood” by Politico
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Dana Loesch, a former spokeswoman for the National Rifle Association, completely blew off allegations about Georgia Senate GOP hopeful Herschel Walker paying for an abortion. In a clip flagged by @PatriotTakes, Loesch told her followers that winning back control of the Senate is the only thing that matters and that other moral considerations can be
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Democrat Kristin Kassner at Friday evening’s forum in Ipswich Please Support Local Advertisers IPSWICH — Although some of it sounded like a Democratic rally, there weren’t many “rah rahs” in the corner of the room where Dan Kelly sat. Chair of the Ipswich Republican Town Committee, he introduced himself late in the evening and made
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With about five weeks to go until Election Day, Democratic Gov. Laura Kelly and Republican challenger Attorney General Derek Schmidt are touting endorsements. “Endorsements are like everything else in the close race: They matter,” said Washburn University political science professor Bob Beatty. “They really matter in a race like the Kansas governor’s race, where both
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A bill that would restrict the carrying of concealed and unconcealed firearms in “sensitive places” in Hawaii County has garnered quite a bit of opposition ahead of its first committee hearing. Bill 220, if passed, would define sensitive locations on the Big Island where carry of a firearm is prohibited, consistent with an individual’s 2nd
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Advertisement Above New York Attorney General Letitia James wins again—this time against the domestic terrorist organization and mass shooting-enabler, the National Rifle Association. On Friday, Manhattan Supreme Court Justice Joel Cohen threw out the gun lobby’s motion to dismiss the AG’s lawsuit alleging the organization misappropriated funds. “Once again, a judge has dismissed attempts by
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NEWS AND OPINION: Many shoppers have grim expressions on their faces as they confront the ever-increasing prices of their favorite food items. Consider that the overall price of food rose by 8.3% in the last year, according to the latest Consumer Price Index. But can that pricey bacon and eggs or fresh produce sway the