On Wednesday, the “Fraudulent Firearms and Ammunition Purchase Prevention” bill, H. 3116, passed unanimously in the state House of Representatives. H. 3116 is now headed for the state Senate for consideration and committee referral.
Today, House Bill 1505 passed in the Arkansas Senate by a 33 to 1 vote. HB 1505, introduced by state Representative Michelle Gray (R-62), would remove the absolute prohibition on having a firearm in a vehicle while in certain public parking lots for individuals with a concealed handgun license.
Today, the Senate State Affairs Committee passed NRA-backed House Bill 301 by a 7 to 2 vote. HB 301 now heads to the Senate floor for consideration. Please begin contacting your state Senator today in support of this critical fix to the Idaho firearms code.
84-year-old Doug Jandebeur was walking to his vehicle parked outside his business in Tulsa, Okla. when a man approached him from behind, punched him, and robbed him at gunpoint. After taking Jandebeur’s wallet, the criminal then turned his attention to Jandebeur’s business, where the elderly man’s wife was located. In describing to a local media […]
Two high-profile Republicans in Congress, Sen. Marco Rubio (Fla.) and Rep. Jim Jordan (Ohio), have introduced legislation that would undo the District’s gun laws, which are among the strictest in the nation.