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    During a 60 Minutes interview, a SEAL Team 6 member who fired at a subject alleged to be Osama Bin Laden, said that he did not recognize the subject as being Bin Laden. Earlier this year, in response to an open records request, the Pentagon told the Associated Press it could not locate any...
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    According to Utah state senate bill SB36, proposed on 1/25/11 by Senator John L. Valentine and passed in 2/14/11, they have added verbiage that prevents non-resident permits from people living in states that do not have reciprocity with Utah. Considering NY does not recognize Utah permits, New...
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    After reading something on this forum, someone posted that FL does recognize the PA non-resident permit. Another member posted that it happened on August 2010. Is this true? Is there a link that backs up these facts? I found this link and it states that Florida DOES NOT recognize the PA...
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    Virginia Railway Express to recognize Right-to-Carry on trains Virginia Railway Express riders will be able to carry firearms aboard trains operating in Virginia because of a policy adopted by the commuter rail service's operations board. During a meeting Friday, board members changed the...
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    Michigan: Bill would recognize Right-to-Carry on campus A state lawmaker wants to let Michigan residents who have permits to carry concealed weapons take them on university campuses. Legislation announced Thursday by Republican state Sen. Randy Richardville of Monroe would remove college...
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    NRA-ILA: Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits Kansas Attorney General Steve Six (D) today announced that the State of Kansas will now recognize non-resident Right-to-Carry permits issued...
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    NRA-ILA: Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits Kansas Attorney General Steve Six today concluded that the State of Kansas will now recognize 'non-resident' right-to-carry permits issued...
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    NRA-ILA: Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits Kansas Attorney General Moves to Recognize 'Non-Resident' Carry Permits http://www.nraila.org/News/Read/NewsReleases.aspx?ID=12626
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    Nevada Will No Longer Recognize Utah and Florida Right-to-Carry Permits Effective, July 1, Nevada will no longer recognize Right-to-Carry permits from Utah or Florida. They have, however, added Ohio and West Virginia as recognized states. http://www.nraila.org/Legislation/Read.aspx?ID=5001
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