Last week, Oregon Gov. Kate Brown announced that she will continue to make gun control restrictions a key tenet of her gubernatorial campaign. Unable to pass her anti-gun agenda in 2017, the Democratic governor is urging lawmakers to support State Bill 797 in the upcoming legislative session that will begin in February 2018.
As bad as New Jersey currently is for gun owners, there’s a chance that things could get much worse. The election of an anti-gun governor could remove obstacles to a blitz from the anti-gun Democrats who dominate the state legislature.
If you’re an anti-gun governor looking to decrease your state’s $3.6 billion deficit, where do you begin? The answer couldn’t be easier for Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy—you start with your most reviled group, and penalize them with the heftiest of fees.
Will Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe rule in favor of women who are living under a protective order and fearful for their lives? We’ll find out this month as the governor has a bill on his desk for consideration that would enable people under such an order to carry a concealed handgun for 45 days. That would provide enough time to apply for a concealed-carry permit.
In January, disgraced Governor Ralph Northam and his anti-gun allies in the Virginia General Assembly made it clear they were hell-bent on enacting gun control legislation.
California Gov. Gavin Newsom wants a new constitutional amendment.
The New York governor’s most-recent political ploy is dishonest and disingenuous.