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South Carolina Advances Constitutional Carry Legislation

South Carolina Advances Constitutional Carry Legislation

Constitutional Carry Bill S. 109 cleared the Senate Judiciary Committee on Tuesday, May 9th, by a razor-thin margin of 12-11. S. 109 has been slowly making its rounds through the South Carolina Legislature, as it now heads for a full Senate vote. The State House...

Gun Control Advances in the Lone Star State

Gun Control Advances in the Lone Star State

In Texas, House Bill 2744, a bill to raise the age to purchase a so-called "assault rifle" from 18 to 21 now heads to the House floor. In response to the attack in Allen, Texas, gun control advocates rushed a bill to raise the age to purchase semi-automatic rifles...

Nebraska Becomes 27th Constitutional Carry State

Nebraska Becomes 27th Constitutional Carry State

Gov. Jim Pillen signed Legislative Bill 77 into law, allowing law-abiding Nebraskans 21 and older to carry a firearm for self-defense without begging for government permission or paying a tax. As more than a majority of states have passed some form of Constitutional...

Colorado Governor Signs Four Gun Control Bills Into Law

Colorado Governor Signs Four Gun Control Bills Into Law

Governor Polis signed bills to expand Colorado's "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation law, raise the minimum age to purchase guns, impose a three-day waiting period for firearm purchases, and allow citizens to sue gun manufacturers. "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation (SB 170) Passed...

Supreme Court Intervenes in IL Gun Ban Case

Supreme Court Intervenes in IL Gun Ban Case

Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett requested a further response from the City of Naperville, IL for their recently passed "Assault Weapons" Ban. The National Association for Gun Rights, in conjunction with the National Foundation for Gun Rights, says the cities...

SCOTUS Intervenes in Illinois Assault Weapons Ban Case 

SCOTUS Intervenes in Illinois Assault Weapons Ban Case 

Justice Amy Coney Barrett responds to National Foundation for Gun Rights request in Naperville case. Washington, D.C. Today, Justice Amy Coney Barrett requested further response from the City of Naperville, Illinois, for their recently passed “Assault Weapons” Ban....

Constitutional Carry signed into Law in Nebraska

Constitutional Carry signed into Law in Nebraska

The National Association for Gun Rights (NAGR) is pleased to announce that Nebraska Governor Jim Pillen has signed Constitutional Carry bill, LB77, into law today. The bill, which allows Nebraskans to carry firearms without a permit, will go into effect in three...

Michigan Sheriffs Announce Opposition to “Red Flag” Laws

Michigan Sheriffs Announce Opposition to “Red Flag” Laws

Two Sheriffs express concerns over “Red Flag” gun confiscation moving through the Michigan Legislature Lansing, MI – Two Northern Michigan Sheriffs announced their opposition to “Red Flag” gun confiscation legislation currently moving its way through the Legislature...

Representative Thomas Massie Introduces Safe Students Act

Representative Thomas Massie Introduces Safe Students Act

Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) has once again introduced the Safe Students Act, repealing the Gun Free School Zones Act Washington, D.C. Today, Rep. Thomas Massie once again introduced the Safe Students Act which would repeal the Gun Free School Zones Act of 1990. Passed...

Gun Rights Group Condemns House Weapons Policy Change

Gun Rights Group Condemns House Weapons Policy Change

Speaker Joe Tate changes policy, will no longer allow staff to carry for self-defense in House Office Building. Lansing, MI – Yesterday, the Michigan House of Representatives announced to staff that they would be prohibited from carrying weapons for self-defense...

National Foundation for Gun Rights Preparing to Sue New Mexico

National Foundation for Gun Rights Preparing to Sue New Mexico

Santa Fe, NM – Today, the National Foundation for Gun Rights sent a legal warning to leaders in the New Mexico legislature over proposed gun control bills advancing in the legislature. Personally addressed to Speaker of the House Javier Martínez, President Pro Tempore...

Michigan Democrats Introduce Gun Control Legislation

Michigan Democrats Introduce Gun Control Legislation

Lansing, MI – Today, Michigan Democrats introduced a package of gun control legislation in the wake of a recent shooting which occurred on the campus of Michigan State University. First introduced in the Senate, the pieces of legislation include: Senate Bills 76-78:...

ATF Pistol Brace Ban Published in Federal Register

ATF Pistol Brace Ban Published in Federal Register

120 Day “amnesty” period to register pistol braces begins today. Washington, D.C. – Today begins the 120-day amnesty period for law-abiding Americans to either register their pistol braces with the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) or be...

Constitutional Carry Filed in Florida Without Open Carry Fix

Constitutional Carry Filed in Florida Without Open Carry Fix

HB 543, Florida's Constitutional Carry bill, aims to turn the Sunshine State into the 26th state to enact such legislation, but fails to fix open carry law. On January 30th, Rep. Chuck Brannan and Sen. Jay Collins introduced the much-awaited Constitutional Carry bill,...

Colorado Democrats Set Sights on Anti-Gun Bills

Colorado Democrats Set Sights on Anti-Gun Bills

As Democrats in the Centennial State gear up to ram through a smorgasbord of gun control bills, Republicans are planning to fight back. Among a seemingly growing list of Democratic gun control priorities, a ban on so-called "assault weapons" tops the list as the most...

Partial Constitutional Carry Bill Introduced in Florida Legislature

Partial Constitutional Carry Bill Introduced in Florida Legislature

House Bill 543 introduced by Rep. Chuck Brannan and Sen. Jay Collins doesn’t repeal open carry ban. Tallahassee, FL – In a press conference held this morning, Rep. Chuck Brannan and Sen. Jay Collins introduced House Bill 543 – a bill which would allow some adults in...

Dems in Congress pushing to add 200 new ATF agents

Dems in Congress pushing to add 200 new ATF agents

Washington, DC - Democrat Congresswoman and full-time anti-gun loon Sheila Jackson Lee just introduced H.R. 48, which would add an additional 200 ATF agents for the sole purpose of enforcing gun control. This is the same Sheila Jackson Lee who was gung-ho about...

National Association for Gun Rights Opposing ATF Pistol Brace Rule

National Association for Gun Rights Opposing ATF Pistol Brace Rule

Washington, D.C. –Today, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) released their final rule singlehandedly banning “stabilizing braces” for AR-pistols, AK-pistols, and certain classes of weapons that shoot shotgun shells. Stabilizing braces are a...

Pritzker Signs Unconstitutional Semi-Auto Gun Ban into Law

Pritzker Signs Unconstitutional Semi-Auto Gun Ban into Law

The National Association for Gun Rights and its legal foundation press forward with lawsuits against Naperville and Highland Park gun bans Springfield, IL –Last night, Governor J.B. Pritzker signed into law a statewide ban on certain semi-automatic firearms and...

Colorado Setting the Stage for Massive Gun Control Battle

Colorado Setting the Stage for Massive Gun Control Battle

Members of the Colorado Legislature have been pitching general ideas: strengthening the "Red Flag" Gun Confiscation law; 10-day waiting periods on all gun purchases; age limits; and outright bans on semi-automatic firearms. Following the 2022 election cycle, Colorado...

Judge Issues TRO Against New Jersey’s New Gun Control Law

Judge Issues TRO Against New Jersey’s New Gun Control Law

On Monday, January 9th, a federal judge blocked major portions of New Jersey's new gun control, finding that restrictions on where concealed carry permit holders may carry their firearm in public. U.S. District Court Judge Renee Marie Bumb issued a temporary...

Whitmer Calls for Gun Control During Sunday Inauguration

Whitmer Calls for Gun Control During Sunday Inauguration

Gov. Whitmer declares that passing restrictions on gun ownership a top priority in 2023 Lansing, MI – Yesterday, during her swearing in ceremony at the capitol in Lansing, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer vowed to expand Michigan’s gun control laws during the 2023 legislative...

“Assault Weapons” Ban Introduced during Lame Duck Session

“Assault Weapons” Ban Introduced during Lame Duck Session

House Bill 6544 bans commonly owned semi-automatic rifles and forces gun registration Lansing, MI – Last week,Rep. Jeffrey Pepper (D-Dearborn) introduced House Bills 6544-6546, a so-called “assault weapons” which would outlaw the sale of semi-automatic rifles in...

Federal and State Judges Differ on Oregon Measure 114

Federal and State Judges Differ on Oregon Measure 114

Last month, Measure 114 passed with 50.65% of the vote. The measure bans magazines that hold more than 10 rounds and creates a "permit-to-purchase" system that includes fingerprinting and firearm training. On December 6th, U.S. District Court Judge Karin Immergut said...

Illinois Dems Unveil Proposal to Ban “Assault Weapons”

Illinois Dems Unveil Proposal to Ban “Assault Weapons”

Democrats in the Illinois House on Thursday unveiled a proposal to ban assault weapons and high-capacity ammunition magazines and eliminate the ability for most people under 21 to obtain a gun permit in the state. Filed on the final legislative session day of 2022,...

NAGR Files Temporary Restraining Order Against City of Naperville

NAGR Files Temporary Restraining Order Against City of Naperville

Group files Temporary Restraining Order and Preliminary Injunction in Naperville, Illinois to halt the ordinance banning semi-automatic rifles Naperville, IL. – Today, the National Association for Gun Rights filed a Motion for Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) and...

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