Indiana newspaper said advertisement did not meet its standards despite publishing it.
Under this new law, honest, hard-working gun owners will no longer be forced to pay $125 to exercise a fundamental right that ought to be free.
When Indiana Gov. Eric Holcomb took the stage at the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits in his home state, he had a little surprise in store for the audience. During his speech, the governor signed House Bill 1284, a concealed-carry reform bill, into law.
Activities featured for children and adults to promote responsible gun ownership.
Having his father’s rifle for nearly 80 years, he says it’s his “pride and joy, as it was my father’s.”
The Indiana Senate has voted to eliminate the prohibition on carrying a firearm at a house of worship located on school property.