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Tennessee Campus Safety Legislation to be Enacted into Law

NRA-backed campus safety legislation in Tennessee allowing full-time employees of public universities and colleges to carry a concealed handgun while on school property becomes law. 

Michigan: Important Preemption Enforcement Bill Approved By Committee

Today, the House Local Government Committee approved House Bill 4795, as substituted, with a recommendation that it do pass. HB 4795 will now receive consideration by the full House of Representatives. HB 4795, sponsored by Chairman Lee Chatfield (R-District 107), is important legislation aimed at protecting law-abiding gun owners from unlawful constraints on their Right to Keep and Bear Arms imposed by insubordinate local units of government.  Thank you to everyone who was able to attend the committee hearing today in support of this critical bill.  Your NRA-ILA would also like to thank Chairman Chatfield and state Representatives Price, Heise, Runestead, Sheppard, and Theis for their efforts in support of this bill. 

Louisiana: Firearm Legislation on the Move at the Capitol

Yesterday in the House Administration of Criminal Justice Committee, House Bill 959 was voluntarily deferred by its sponsor, state Representative John Bagneris (D-New Orleans).

NRA Mobilizes Oklahoma Members in Support of Self-Defense Bills

Fairfax, Va. – The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action (NRA-ILA) is urging its members and supporters in Oklahoma to contact lawmakers to voice their support for two important self-defense bills, House Joint Resolution 1009 and House Bill 3098.

Woman defends home and daughter from violent intruders, WTOC, Savannah, Ga. 04/26/16

Shannon Linton and her teenage daughter were at home sleeping in Savannah, Ga. when a pair of robbers broke in. At first unaware of the intrusion, Linton went to investigate the suspicious noise when she was punched in the face by one of the intruders. Linton retreated to a bedroom, retrieved a 12-gauge shotgun and fired at the home invaders. Upon meeting armed resistance, the intruders fled the scene. Following the incident, Linton told a local media outlet, “I did learn that at least now I know that I can protect us. I don't have to rely on my husband, if, when he is at work, I know I can do it. I don't have to be afraid of that anymore.”

Georgia governor vetoes 'campus-carry' concealed gun bill

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal said Tuesday he has vetoed a bill allowing concealed handguns on college campuses, rejecting the proposal that was easily approved by a legislature controlled by his own party in an election year.

New Orleans gun restrictions target law-abiding owners, not criminals

When New Orleans Mayor Mitch Landrieu introduced his new gun control package at Bunny Friend Park recently, he acknowledged the proposed measures would not have stopped the mass shooting that occurred there a year before. But, he said, posting a "firearms prohibited" sign at the park would remind law-abiding gun owners of their responsibilities.

Louisiana: Lawmakers want to scrap concealed carry fees for veterans

Louisiana's lawmakers have decided veterans should be exempt from having to pay a state fee to get a concealed carry permit.

Army vet challenges legality of Mariana Islands' new gun law

The Northern Marianas' new gun law is being challenged by the same U.S. Army veteran who sued the CNMI government over provisions of the CNMI Weapons Control Act.

The latest bogus ‘gun safety’ narrative

Last week, President Obama made an announcement about so-called smart guns, advocating for additional federal funding for the technology long opposed by self-defense advocates and law enforcement agents.

Missouri: Your Lawmakers Need to Hear From You on Pro-Gun Legislation

Senate Bill 656 has been placed on the House Calendar for third reading and could be considered at any time.

Oklahoma: Conference Committee Members Named for Self-Defense Legislation

In mid-April, House Bill 3098 was overwhelmingly passed by the Oklahoma Senate and sent to conference committee for further consideration.  

Maine: Session Ends With Legislative Victories

The Maine state Legislature adjourned last Friday, April 29, with big legislative wins for law-abiding gun owners.

Colorado: Senate Committee to Consider Ivory and Animal Parts Legislation

Tomorrow, May 4, the Senate State, Veterans and Military Affairs Committee is scheduled to hear House Bill 1341.

NRA Statement on Veto of Georgia Campus Safety Bill

Fairfax, Va.— The National Rifle Association’s Institute for Legislative Action issued the following statement today in reaction to Governor Nathan Deal’s veto of House Bill 859, a campus safety bill that would have allowed law-abiding citizens to exercise their constitutional right to self-defense on Georgia’s public college and university campuses.

Tennessee: Faculty and Staff Campus Carry Legislation Will Become Law

Yesterday, Governor Haslam announced that he will allow Senate Bill 2376 to become law without his signature.

Michigan: Your Urgent Action Needed: Important Preemption Legislation Vote Tomorrow!

Tomorrow, May 4, the House Local Government Committee is scheduled to consider and vote on House Bill 4795, as substituted.  HB 4795, sponsored by Chairman Lee Chatfield (R-District 107), is important legislation aimed at protecting law-abiding gun owners from unlawful constraints on their Right to Keep and Bear Arms imposed by insubordinate local units of government. 

Carry permit holder foils airgun-wielding robber, The Enterprise, Brockton, Mass. 05/02/16

A man went to a designated meeting spot in Brockton, Mass. for what he thought would be the purchase of a dirt bike. When he arrived, the person with whom he had been communicating drew what looked like a gun and attempted to rob him. A struggle ensued. At some point the man retrieved a 9-mm handgun from his vehicle and shot the robber. Following the incident, it was determined that the thief had been wielding an airgun. Neighbors were supportive of the armed citizen’s actions, with one telling a local news outlet, “I would have reacted the same way. If my life was threatened, be it a BB gun or not, you don’t know.” Law enforcement has determined that the armed citizen has a concealed carry permit.

Clinton’s top priorities: Gun control and immigration reform. Could she deliver on either?

As a result, Clinton and her allies in and out of Congress are gradually building a legislative agenda that would focus on immigration issues in Congress while mostly relying on the executive power of the presidency to further gun restrictions that would have little chance of becoming law.

California Lt. Gov. Newsom, lawmakers on collision course over gun control

California’s Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom and state Democratic lawmakers appear to be on a collision course over a new round of gun control measures.

Tennessee: Gov. Haslam lets guns-on-campus bill become law

The bill, Senate Bill 2376, allows full-time faculty, staff and other employees of Tennessee's public colleges and universities who have handgun-carry permits to carry their guns on campus — but they must notify the local law enforcement agency with primary responsibility for security on their campus — the campus police, for example.

More women carrying guns

The number of men with active licenses is steadily increasing as well, but since January 2013 through the end of April, the only period for which the department has data available, the number of women license-holders in Kitsap grew about 71 percent, to 6,419 from 3,748.

Deadline arrives for Georgia governor on campus guns bill

Georgia’s governor must make a decision about legislation allowing concealed handguns on college campuses in the state.

Connecticut: Senate passes law that strips gun rights for accusations

Accused domestic abusers would have to surrender firearms within 24 hours under legislation that won final approval in the Senate on Monday afternoon and now heads to the governor for his expected signature
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