Yesterday, the Senate Education Committee completely gutted pro-gun House Bill 114, legislation that would have eliminated specific “gun free zones” in Wyoming, and replaced it with an unrecognizable, anti-gun substitute bill. The NRA now stands opposed to HB 114, and it is critical that you contact your state Senator and urge him or her to vote against […]
House Bill 1713 is pending a vote in the House Appropriations Committee. Sponsored by state Representative Eileen Cody (D-34), HB 1713 contains language that overreaches its supposed objectives by potentially removing the fundamental Right to Keep and Bear Arms from individuals who should not be prohibited.
The Arkansas Legislature's 90th General Assembly has seen a number of firearm-related bills introduced that should be of interest to law-abiding gun owners, and your NRA is working closely with bill sponsors and other legislators to ensure we will advance our Right to Keep and Bear Arms in the Natural State.
Your NRA-ILA has been working with legislators this year to move forward with several important pieces of pro-gun legislation. These measures are expected, with your support, to advance in the coming weeks. Please begin contacting your legislators and the appropriate committee members in support of the following bills:
On February 26, Rush Limbaugh addressed the pending ammo ban for popular AR-15 ammunition by saying, “[Obama] wants to take guns out of everybody’s hands and if he can’t do that, he’s going to take the bullets that go in the guns out of everybody’s hands.”
On Tuesday, the South Dakota House of Representatives overwhelmingly passed House Bill 1205 by a 67 to 1 vote. HB 1205 has been assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee and will be scheduled for a hearing soon. It is critical that you contact the members of the Senate Judiciary Committee immediately and urge them to […]
Tomorrow, an important bill protecting permit holder confidentiality is expected to receive a hearing in the West Virginia House Judiciary Committee. Please contact members of the Committee immediately and encourage them to support this critical legislation!