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States Continue Trend Of Countering Federal Anti-Gun Push

It was obvious that, with anti-gun Democrats in control of the White House, the Senate and the House of Representatives, we would not see any real advancement of gun rights coming out of Washington, D.C. In fact, all we have seen is the confirmation of radical anti-gun extremists to the Biden Administration, and the promotion of legislation designed to remove any semblance of Second Amendment protections offered to law-abiding citizens.

Another State Recognizes the Right to Self-Defense

"Laws should favor victims—not criminals."

Czech Firearm Manufacturer Announces New Headquarters in Arkansas

CZ-USA plans to build a new facility on 73 acres and create 565 jobs.

Arkansas Looks to Expand Gun Rights

State legislators, bucking the trend of what’s likely to happen in the nation’s capital, plan to improve rights for gun owners.

NRA School Shield: Free of Politics, Free of Charge

The NRA School Shield is training America’s schools to protect America’s children—without charging them a dime.

Arkansas Allows Open Carry in Wildlife Areas

State game and fish commission broadens rule to allow more guns so people to better protect themselves in the wilderness.

More Than One In Five U.S. States Now Recognize Campus Carry

AWR Hawkins explores how campus carry laws are on the move throughout the country.

Arkansas Governor Signs Self-Defense Legislation

Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson on Wednesday signed House Bill 1249, an important piece of self-defense legislation, into law.

AR: Gov. Hutchinson Poised To Sign Enhanced Carry Measure

On Wednesday, the Arkansas House voted 71-18 to approve a measure establishing an enhanced carry permit, thus greatly expanding where permit holders may carry a concealed firearm. The bill will now advance to Republican Gov. Asa Hutchinson who, according KTHV-TV, has already confirmed he will sign the measure into law.

98 Percent Of Poll Respondents Support Arkansas Campus Carry

There’s no shortage of support for campus carry in the Natural State. Nearly 98 percent of readers responding to an unscientific online survey by The Madison County Record voted, “Yes, all colleges should allow permit holders to carry firearms.” That left a paltry 2 percent whose responses were split between “no,” “unsure/indifferent” and “Yes, but a college should be able to choose whether or not to allow firearms on campus.”

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