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SERVANTS OF THE HOLY FAMILY IN COLORADO SPRINGS WILL CELEBRATE FIRST HOLY COMMUNION SUNDAY ON JUNE 28, 2020 – NRA News Today – EIN News Trusted News Since 1995 A service for political professionals · Saturday, June 27, 2020 · 520,449,909 Articles · 3+ Million Readers News Monitoring and Press Release Distribution Tools News Topics
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On June 25th, the North Carolina Senate voted 33-14 and the House of Representatives voted 77-38 to pass House Bill 652, the Second Amendment Preservation Act, to expand the ability of citizens to defend themselves and their loved ones while attending religious worship. After this bill stalled last year, the Senate took swift bipartisan action on June 19th of this year, sending it to
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The California Assembly will be voting on AB 88 today, after the legislation was passed through the Senate late yesterday. AB 88 is a budget trailer bill that includes significant policy changes that, would expand the definition of “assault weapon” under California’s “Assault Weapons Control Act” and expedite the effective date on precursor parts restrictions. Please use the TAKE ACTION button
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Pennsylvania is one step closer to joining the growing list of states which are protecting Second Amendment rights when a state of emergency is declared.  On Wednesday, June 24, the House passed House Bill 1747 by Rep. Matthew Dowling on a vote of 127 to 74.  The bill prevents the Governor from suspending or limiting the sale, dispensing or transportation
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Late last night, the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee passed Assembly Bill 88, relating to the public safety budget.  AB 88 includes significant policy changes that would expand the definition of “assault weapon” under California’s “Assault Weapons Control Act.”  Additionally, the bill expedites the effective date on precursor parts restrictions. ​ The Senate will be voting on this legislation today.
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Beginning July 1, NRA-backed changes to existing law will go into effect allowing state residents to obtain a 5-year license to carry a handgun free of charge in Indiana. “Removing barriers so that all law-abiding Hoosiers can carry a firearm for self-defense is a significant victory,” said John Weber, NRA state director for Indiana. “Every
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Hoosiers Can Now Obtain 5-year Carry License for Free Fairfax, Va. - The National Rifle Association is pleased to inform law-abiding Indiana gun owners that, beginning July 1, NRA-backed changes to existing law will go into effect allowing state residents to obtain a 5-year license to carry a handgun free of charge.  “Removing barriers so that all
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Tomorrow, June 24, the Senate Budget and Fiscal Review Committee will be hearing several budget trailer bills including Assembly Bill 88 relating to the public safety budget. AB 88 was amended yesterday to include significant policy changes that would expand the definition of “assault weapon” under California’s “Assault Weapons Control Act”. Additionally the bill was amended to expedite
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An appellate court in Florida recently decided that a police officer who sees a firearm when approaching a citizen is not permitted to rely exclusively on the possession of the firearm as the justification for an investigatory stop and search. Bearing arms is not only a lawful activity, it is “a specifically enumerated right” protected under both
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Despite pressing issues the state is facing surrounding the COVID-19 crisis, lawmakers are continuing the assault on our Second Amendment Freedoms, scheduling additional anti-gun bills for a hearing this week. The House Pubic Safety and Judiciary Committees are holding a joint hearing on Wednesday, June 24 to hear SB 2635 and SB 3054.  Additionally as reported,
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Next Wednesday, sections of House Bill 1284 (2019) will go into effect.  A five-year License to Carry a Handgun will now be free to obtain.  In addition, applicants will have the option to register to vote while applying.  ​Removing barriers for lawful carry in Indiana, including taxes and fees, is significant for many Hoosier gun owners that desire to