As per the e-mail I received from the NRA-ILA last night, it sounds like these bills may get pushed for a vote as early as Monday of next week. I propose that we fill every Senator and Assemblyman's voicemail and e-mail inbox over the weekend with a quick message letting them know that we do...
Wisconsin: City of Milwaukee Plans to Push Numerous Anti-Gun Provisions
Milwaukee's Mayor with the support of the Chief of Police, are at it once again, pushing several new proposals in an effort to further erode the city's Second Amendment rights. These provisions include mandatory reporting...
NRA-ILA: Louisiana: New Orleans Ordinance Would Require Spaying and Neutering for All Dogs!
Louisiana: New Orleans Ordinance Would Require Spaying and Neutering for All Dogs!
A proposed city ordinance in New Orleans is scheduled for a vote on October 15th, being pushed by radical animal...
NRA-ILA: Connecticut Lawmakers to Meet Tomorrow to
Consider Doubling Hunting License Fees!
Connecticut Lawmakers to Meet Tomorrow to
Consider Doubling Hunting License Fees!
Connecticut lawmakers will meet tomorrow, Friday, October 2, to act on "implementer" bills which will put into effect...
Supreme Court agrees to hear gun rights case
The Supreme Court agreed to decide whether the Constitution puts limits on state gun regulations, the second phase of the justices' re-examination of weapons rights in the 21st century.
Gun rights case could turn on Civil War era laws
In last year's Heller decision, both the majority and the dissenters reviewed the history of ratification of the Second Amendment. This time, when reviewing Chicago's ordinance, they'll likely look to the debate over the 1868 adoption of the...
Chicago: Gun advocates predict drop in crime if gun ban is lifted
At a news conference in Chicago Wednesday, attorney Alan Gura predicted the crime rate will drop in Chicago if handguns are legalized again, because, he said, would-be burglars would opt not to break into homes for fear owners...
Wisconsin: Mayor, chief demand more ID checks at Milwaukee gun store
Mayor Tom Barrett called on Badger immediately to begin scanning the identification of everyone coming into the store, like some bars do, and to look up anyone who wants to shoot on the range to make sure he isn't a felon...
Three New Arizona Pro-Gun Laws Effective Today, Wednesday, September 30!
NRA-ILA is pleased to announce that three new pro-gun laws officially go into effect in today in Arizona.
Mayor: Anti-gun group misused my name
Mayor Dale Strasser says he is a member of the National Rifle Association and has never supported any gun control organizations. So he was surprised to discover that pro-gun control organization Mayors Against Illegal Guns said he was a member in its...
Arizona: Guns on campus
Students at the University of Arizona sound off on the new law allowing concealed weapons permit holders to bring their gun to campus with them.
More women are getting outdoors to hunt
Research has shown that women make up the fastest growing segment of the hunting and fishing population today. There are a number of reasons given for this trend. One of the top reasons is that women don't want to stay at home any more while their...
Tennessee: Knox County Commission recognizes Right-to-Carry in parks
The Knox County Commission on Monday voted 13 5 in favor of allowing handgun permit holders to carry their weapons in county parks.
Arizona: Restaurants and Right-to-Carry
Starting Wednesday, those carrying concealed weapons are allowed to enter Arizona's roughly 5,300 establishments licensed to sell alcohol, as long as they don't drink.
Pennsylvania: NRA opposes mayors' group
The nation's leading gun rights advocacy group is arguing that more than one hundred Pennsylvania mayors are members of a group infringing upon the right to keep and bear arms.
Second Amendment cases could affect state laws
The Supreme Court has clearly ruled that the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution means individuals have a right to own weapons, and the justices have been asked to take up two cases that could broaden that right to include state laws.