Indiana Representative Brings Two Pro-Gun Bills To U.S. House

U.S. Rep. Todd Young, R-Ind., introduced two measures aimed at protecting Second Amendment rights.

Free-Market Leader Calls United, Bank of America to Task

During recent shareholder meetings, a representative from the National Center for Public Policy Research's Free Enterprise Project said businesses were putting politics ahead of fiduciary responsibility.

Semi-Auto Ban Introduced In Michigan

A package of anti-gun bills introduced on Wednesday in the Michigan Legislature would, among other things, ban the manufacture, possession, sale and transfer of so-called “assault weapons.”

Ohio Measure Would Smooth Out Carry Permit Disclosure Law

A measure that would reform the requirement that an Ohio concealed-carry permit holder notify a law enforcement officer that they are carrying a concealed handgun when stopped for a law enforcement purpose has passed the state House Committee on Federalism and Interstate Relations.

Oregon Legislators Trying To Squeeze Through Last-Minute Anti-Gun Bill

The Oregon House Committee on Rules voted Senate Bill 719A out of committee with a mere hour’s notice and no public hearing, and it could come up for a vote on the House floor at any time. This eleventh-hour action demonstrates a desire among anti-gun representatives to take advantage of legislator fatigue—there is only a week left in the 2017 session—and to sneak in a bad bill with a minimum of review.

NYT Slanders Sarah Palin To Distract From Left-Wing Hatred

A New York Times feature seemingly designed to shelter Bernie Sanders from any blame for his volunteer campaign staffer who attacked GOP congressmen at a baseball practice ran afoul of former vice presidential contender Sarah Palin, who is threatening a libel suit.

“Universal” Background Check Measure Introduced In Pennsylvania

A measure that would criminalize previously legal private sale of firearms—a long-standing American tradition—has been introduced in the Keystone State.

Kansas Anti-Gun Legislation Goes Back To House

A pointless bill targeting law-abiding gun owners has passed in the Kansas Senate by a 24-16 vote. HB 2278 would make it illegal to carry a self-defense firearm into a state or municipal-owned medical care facility, including the Kansas University Hospital. It would also outlaw carry in community health centers and state or municipal-owned adult care homes.

Congressman Introduces Measure To Remove “Sporting Purposes” Clause

U.S. Rep. Rob Bishop, R-Utah, chairman of the House Committee on Natural Resources, has introduced a bill that would remove ATF’s authority to use the “sporting purposes” clauses in federal laws in ways that could undermine the core purpose of the Second Amendment.

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