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  1. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    The Republican-controlled House of Delegates has approved two expansions of gun rights over the objections of the State Police. On a largely party-line 65-34 vote today, the House passed Del. Todd Gilbert's bill (HB705) to make it easier for someone with an out-of-state concealed handgun...
  2. Off Topic Lounge
    A planned immigration reform rally will take place on the National Mall on Tuesday even though the site is closed due to the government shutdown. Park Service OKs immigration reform rally on 'closed' National Mall |
  3. Laws and Politics - Firearms/Self Defense/Weapons
    LA Times Best quote from the article: "California is leading the nation in a COMMON-SENSE effort to protect public safety by taking guns away from dangerous, violent individuals who are prohibited by law from owning them," Harris said. If it's commonsense it must be good then. That folks, is...
  4. Firearms in the News
    The Brady Bunch has won this round in court, and a Buffalo man can proceed with his lawsuit against Hi-Point. I'm sorry for his suffering, but I hope his case goes nowhere. Just a reminder that the antis will never give up and must be opposed and crushed at every opportunity. NY Appeal Court...
  5. News Feeds
    Arizona: Brewer OKs Right-to-Carry in restaurants Arizonans with Right-to-Carry permits will be allowed to take a handgun into bars and restaurants that serve alcohol under a bill signed Monday by Gov. Jan Brewer. The measure, backed by the National Rifle Association, will require bar and...
  6. News Feeds
    Arizona: Senate panel OKs bill on concealed weapons A bill to allow Arizonans to carry concealed weapons without state permits cleared an initial legislative hurdle Friday.
  7. News Feeds
    Arizona: Senate OKs right-to-carry in eateries serving alcohol The Arizona Senate has reversed itself and voted to allow people with concealed carry permits to take handguns into restaurants that serve alcohol. The Senate approved the bill on an 18-10 vote Tuesday, one day after it defeated the...
  8. News Feeds
    Texas: Senate OKs college campus right-to-carry bill A bill to allow college students and employees to carry their concealed handguns on campus won final passage today on a 19-12 vote in the Senate.
  9. News Feeds
    Tennessee: Senate OKs change in gun laws The Senate has voted to allow people with carry permits to bring their handguns into all state and local parks in Tennessee. The chamber also approved a measure to allow permit holders to transport ammunition alongside rifles or shotguns inside their...
  10. News Feeds
    New Mexico: Senate OKs handguns in liquor serving restaurants New Mexicans carrying concealed handguns could legally go into restaurants that sell alcoholic beverages under a bill that passed the Senate.
  11. News Feeds
    Ark. House OKs bill sealing concealed-carry list A measure that would keep secret the list of Arkansans licensed to carry concealed handguns sailed through the House on Friday, after one lawmaker said it was "atrocious" of newspapers to publish the information. The House voted 98-1 on Friday...
  12. News Feeds
    Alabama: House OKs bill banning seizure of guns during emergencies A bill to prevent state or local government from seizing lawfully owned guns during emergencies sailed through the Alabama House on Thursday and now heads to the Senate, where it was approved last year...
  13. News Feeds
    Arkansas: House OKs bill allowing guns in churches The bill, which passed Wednesday on a 57 42 vote and now heads to the Senate, removes churches and other houses of worship from the list of places where concealed handguns are banned.
  14. News Feeds
    Virginia: Committee OKs guns in restaurants bill Another attempt to allow concealed weapons permit holders to carry hidden guns into restaurants that serve alcohol as long as they don't drink any has cleared a Senate committee.
  15. News Feeds
    Balitmore OKs gun theft reporting Gun owners in Baltimore whose firearms are stolen would be required to report the theft to police under legislation approved by the City Council yesterday - despite questions about whether the proposal is legal...
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