Gun Rights

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Fairfax, Virginia – April 12, 2024…Today, NRA-ILA announced a significant legal victory protecting First Amendment and firearm-related rights, as a California district court preliminarily enjoined enforcement of California’s severe restrictions on the marketing of firearm-related products in the NRA-ILA-supported case, Safari Club International v. Bonta. California Business & Professions Code § 22949.80 forbids the advertising
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We have long been warning of the rule the Biden ATF has been preparing to redefine who is considered a firearm “dealer” under U.S. law.  The administration’s explicit objective was to move as close to so-called “universal background checks” for firearm sales as possible. Aiding in this effort was 2022’s lamentable (and misnamed) Bipartisan Safer
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Salleigh Grubbs was in her office on Friday, November 20, 2020, when she got a phone call from a friend. Susan’s at Jim Miller Park—they’re shredding ballots! the friend said. Susan was Susan Knox, a woman Salleigh had met a week earlier when both were volunteering as election observers at Jim R. Miller Park, an
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In a win for the residents of Colorado, HB24-1310 the ban on school employees carrying on school grounds, was tabled by the committee for the rest of this session. This legislation would have ended the very successful FASTER Colorado program and would have banned carry on college campuses. The fight continues as HB24-1292, the so called “assault weapons” ban, is scheduled
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James and Jennifer Crumbley are the first American parents to have been convicted and sentenced on major criminal charges for a school shooting committed by their child. On November 30 2021, their 15-year-old son Ethan shot and killed Hana St.Juliana, Tate Myre, Madisyn Baldwin, and Justin Shilling and injured seven others at Oxford High School,
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Randy Kozuch, Executive Director of the NRA Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA), released the following statement on today’s posting of the DOJ/ATF Final Rule dealing with the definition of firearms dealers: “This latest Biden Administration attack on law-abiding gun owners is a blatant attempt to coerce Americans to forego legal activity with firearms under threat
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On April 10, the Dartmouth Political Union hosted a debate on gun control legislation between David Hogg — a 2018 Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting survivor and March for Our Lives cofounder — and 2020 Libertarian vice presidential candidate Jeremy “Spike” Cohen. The debate was moderated by Grayling Peterson ’24, president of the Dartmouth
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WASHINGTON — Thousands more firearms dealers across the United States will have to run background checks on buyers at gun shows or other places outside brick-and-mortar stores, according to a Biden administration rule that will soon go into effect. The rule aims to close a loophole that has allowed tens of thousands of guns to
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WASHINGTON – A new rule from the federal government will close what’s known as the “gun show loophole.” Thousands more firearms dealers across the United States will now have to run background checks on buyers at gun shows or other places outside brick-and-mortar stores, according to a Biden administration rule that will go into effect
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It’s been a quarter of a century since the shooting at Columbine High School in Colorado brought the “gun show loophole” into popular discourse, and the Biden Administration has just announced it would move unilaterally to end the practice following decades of inaction by Congress. A new federal regulation published by the Department of Justice