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SACRAMENTO, CA (March 5, 2021) — Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that opening briefs were filed before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals in cases challenging COVID-19 closures of all gun stores and shooting ranges by officials in the counties of Ventura and Los Angeles, respectively. The briefs, authored by attorneys Raymond M. DiGiuseppe
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The Kentucky House of Representatives passed House Bill 175 (the the Firearm Industry Nondiscrimination Act) by a wide margin, 73-21, Wednesday. The bill seeks to prevent discrimination against firearm businesses. Specifically, KY House Bill 175 prevents financial institutions and government from discriminating against gun businesses. KY House Bill 175 Protects Gun Businesses Kentucky becomes the
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Today, the Kansas House passed House Bill 2058 through a bipartisan 85 to 38 vote after including the “Owens Amendment” yesterday​.  The measure now heads to the Senate for further consideration.  Please contact your State Senator and ask them to SUPPORT House Bill 2058. Proposed by Kansas Attorney General Derek Schmidt, House Bill 2058 seeks to recognize all out-of-state concealed carry
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Three anti-gun bills are eligible for floor action in their respective chambers. Contact your legislators today and urge their opposition! Please contact your state representative and ask them to OPPOSE HB 1366. Please contact your state senator and ask them to OPPOSE SB 301 and SB 307. House Bill 1366, sponsored by Patrick Branco (D-50),
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For many, the most disquieting takeaway from the Trump-inspired assault on the nation’s Capitol and democracy, and the ensuing effort to exonerate the defeated president of sedition, is the inevitable conclusion that terrorism and its inspirations are now deeply embedded in our culture. Right-wing terrorists like Timothy McVeigh, Terry Nichols, Richard Wayne Snell and Dylann
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The Colorado House could soon hold third reading on mandatory storage legislation, House Bill 1106.  It is important that you please contact your State Representative and ask them to OPPOSE House Bill 1106. House Bill 1106 imposes government-mandated standards for storing firearms, rendering a person’s firearm useless when needed for self-defense.  This should be a matter of