Gun Rights

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WASHINGTON – When Associate Justice Amy Coney Barrett took her seat on the Supreme Court in October, Democrats openly fretted about a lopsided conservative court unwinding years of precedent on abortion, gun control and other divisive issues. But rather than handing conservatives a string of victories, the justices have – so far – left advocates on the
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WASHINGTON — In the first two months of President Joe Biden’s administration, many of the nation’s most powerful gun violence prevention groups were dismayed with the leadership of the man they thought was going to be their strongest champion. While they were receiving private meetings, they felt American gun deaths were placed on the back-burner
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April 9, 2021 Just as one of the major storylines of the COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 was President Donald Trump facing off against Democratic governors like Andrew Cuomo and Gavin Newson, much of the current political wrangling over COVID is being framed as President Biden urging caution versus GOP governors, like Florida’s Ron DeSantis and
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Back in March, we reported that three bills to severely restrict Maryland’s centuries-old practice of home-building firearms for personal use failed to meet the bill crossover deadline and were likely dead for the year. On April 8th, anti-gun legislators in the House hijacked NRA “A” rated Senator Michael Hough’s Senate Bill 190 by inserting language
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WASHINGTON — In the first two months of President Joe Biden’s administration, many of the nation’s most powerful gun violence prevention groups were dismayed with the leadership of the man they thought was going to be their strongest champion. While they were receiving private meetings, they felt American gun deaths were placed on the back-burner by
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Yesterday, the House voted to pass House Bill 3096 on third reading. It has been sent to the Senate for further consideration. House Bill 3096 allows a law-abiding adult to carry a handgun without first having to obtain government permission. This ensures that citizens have the right to self-defense without government red tape or delays.
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Pulaski County Circuit Judge Alice Gray said Thursday that she will decide in about a month whether a lawsuit aimed at curtailing the authority of Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge to intervene in out-of-state litigation can go forward. Gray heard arguments Thursday on whether the lawsuit should be dismissed and concluded the proceeding by saying
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The Alabama House of Representatives on Thursday passed a gun bill that would authorize Alabama sheriffs to sell lifetime concealed carry permits, standardize the permitting process statewide and create a state-managed database of Alabamians who are prohibited from possessing firearms. Senate Bill 308 is sponsored by state Senator Randy Price, R-Opelika, and was carried in