Michigan State Representative Understands The Difference Between Criminals And Law-Abiding Gun Owners
While many legislators throughout the country push for more restrictive laws because they don’t see the difference between criminals and law-abiding armed citizens, one Michigan state representative certainly hasn’t fallen into that trap.
The drive behind NRA-backed concealed carry reciprocity legislation is rolling rapidly. The Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act sponsored by Sen. John Cornyn now includes 37 co-sponsors.
“The Second Amendment is on the ballot,” warns NRA-ILA Executive Director Chris W. Cox.
An Arizona state representative is asking the state’s attorney general to investigate whether the city of Tucson is breaking state law by destroying guns confiscated by police.
If you are an A1F Daily reader who wants to help save the Second Amendment by getting more involved in the election process this year, you should immediately identify and communicate with your NRA-ILA Campaign Field Representative (CFR).
Second Amendment champion State Rep. Chad Christensen (R) educates officials about Idaho’s gun rights.
Rep. Mike Thompson, D-Calif., one of last week’s Democratic House sitters for gun control, appeared on behalf of Hillary Clinton last week to talk about conservation, but disagreed with her support for a renewed “assault weapons” ban.