A federal judge on Thursday rejected a short-term stay of a decision that blocked the District from enforcing a key provision of its restrictive concealed-carry laws — prompting the city to move to issue carry permits to the gun owners who had sued after being denied permits.
The Republican-controlled state Senate supported a proposal Thursday that would make Maine the sixth state in the country to allow people to carry concealed handguns without a permit, sending the measure to the Democratic-led House.
I wanted to be sure you didn't miss this. Personally, as an NRA member who was spontaneously involved in the grassroots fight against the 1968 Gun Control Act and later as a grassroots activist fighting gun control legislation in Florida when NRA-ILA was created, I think President Cors' column on why we are who we […]
The state Senate overwhelmingly passed the NRA-backed “Constitutional/Permitless Carry” bill, Legislative Document 652, by a 21-14 vote. The fight is now in the House of Representatives, where this important pro-gun legislation will go to next for a final vote.