States Keep Advancing The Second Amendment
NRA-ILA has been working tirelessly to get pro-Second Amendment legislation introduced and passed throughout the country.
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.
Governor Signs Montana’s Permitless Concealed Carry Bill
Gov. Greg Gianforte signed a bill that will allow Montanans to carry concealed without first needing a permit.
Some States are Trying to Bring Freedom to College Campuses
It’s 2021, and with new state legislative sessions underway, several states are renewing discussions of guns on college campuses.
Bloomberg Scores Another Failure In Big Sky Country
Although voters in November’s election had a refreshing break from initiatives to impose new gun-control laws, there was a pro-gun ballot measure this fall in Big Sky Country.
Montana Votes in Favor of Pro-Freedom Ballot Referendum
Voters approved a preemption measure despite heavy opposition from anti-gun groups.
Strong Firearms Preemption Laws Are More Important Than Ever
This past fall, gun owners have been given two prime examples of just how important strong firearms preemption laws are to the vibrant exercise of Second Amendment rights.
Montana Supreme Court Rules Unanimously in Favor of Gun Rights
State’s high court reversed a previous ruling that would impose extreme gun-control measures.
Report Downplays Connection for States with Highest Gun Purchases, Lowest Violent Crime Rates
Top 9 states for gun purchases also have low rates of violent crimes involving firearms.
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