Yesterday, the Senate passed Senate Bill 1191 by a 28 to 11 vote. Sponsored by Senator Tommy Norment (R-3), SB 1191 would amend the felony charge for having a firearm on school property to require that the person must have knowingly possessed the firearm.
This week in Charleston has seen the passage of two NRA-backed bills out of their respective committees and the introduction of multiple bills that stand to benefit both gun owners and hunters alike in the Mountain State.
Wednesday, after an overwhelming show of support, the North Dakota Senate passed Senate Bill 2274 unanimously. SB 2274 will likely be assigned to the House Judiciary Committee after crossover in early March.
The owner of MiPueblo Food Store in Smith County, Texas was tending to his business when a customer alerted him to two suspicious men who had asked the customer what time the store closed. Later on, an armed and masked man entered the store and attempted to rob it. The owner responded by retrieving a […]
People who can legally own a gun in New Hampshire would be able to carry their firearm out of sight without having to get a separate license under a bill proposed by three Republican lawmakers, putting a renewed focus on the state’s power to regulate gun rights..