South Dakota’s new policy stands in stark contrast to one recently passed in Virginia.
Democratic presidential candidate believes only the government should be armed.
Deputized citizens would undergo the same background checks and evaluations all new deputies receive.
Gun owners will be “allowed” to keep their semi-automatic firearms, but only if they’re registered.
Hundreds of Second Amendment supporters waited hours to advocate for their right to keep and bear arms.
Until last week, the rifle volley has been included in Veterans Day ceremonies on campus for more than a decade.
Having previously failed to restrict gun owners’ rights, Virginia’s government looks more poised than ever to do so.
Roanoke County Board of Supervisors lowered the fee for a carry-concealed permit, but some board members felt it could have been lowered further.
“West Virginians travel the country every day, and by protecting their concealed-carry rights, we ensure their continued freedom to do both—travel and still exercise their Second Amendment rights.”