NRA Praises Agreement on Change to Ohio Background Checks

The NRA praises an agreement that changes Ohio’s background check system so concealed handgun licensees don’t have to pass additional background checks when purchasing firearms.

The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act: Facts and policy

Hillary Clinton has castigated Bernie Sanders for voting for a federal statute that she says provides “absolute immunity” to firearms manufacturers. According to Westlaw’s news database, she made the claim on May 15 (reported in the Guardian on May 16); shortly before the April 5 Wisconsin primary (reported in the Guardian on March 29); at the March 6 debate in Flint, Mich.; on “Face the Nation” on Jan. 10; and at the ABC debate in New Hampshire on Dec. 19, 2015.

Hillary Clinton’s Second Amendment

On the same day that Trump addressed the NRA, one of Clinton’s policy advisers told Bloomberg Politics the presumptive Democratic presidential nominee disagrees with District of Columbia v. Heller, the 2008 decision in which the Supreme Court overturned the District’s handgun ban. The adviser, Maya Harris, said, “Clinton believes Heller was wrongly decided in that cities and states should have the power to craft commonsense laws to keep their residents safe.”

The Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act: Facts and policy

Hillary Clinton has castigated Bernie Sanders for voting for a federal statute that she says provides “absolute immunity” to firearms manufacturers. According to Westlaw’s news database, she made the claim on May 15 (reported in the Guardian on May 16); shortly before the April 5 Wisconsin primary (reported in the Guardian on March 29); at the March 6 debate in Flint, Mich.; on “Face the Nation” on Jan. 10; and at the ABC debate in New Hampshire on Dec. 19, 2015.

Army officer dealing with terror threats denied concealed carry permit in N.J.

The state of New Jersey told an Army officer dealing with terror threats at Picatinny Arsenal in Wharton that there is no “justifiable need” for him to have a concealed carry permit.

NRA-ILA’s Chris Cox to Hillary: ‘You Want To Take Our Guns?… Pack A Lunch And Give It A Try.’

This upcoming presidential election could be the most consequential regarding Second Amendment rights. At the National Rifle Association-Institute for Legislative Action’s Leadership Forum in Louisville, Kentucky, executive director Chris Cox was adamant that if freedom-loving, pro-Second Amendment supporters fail to vote this November, we could “witness the end of individual freedom.”

Political Report | Media Ignore Facts In Dismissing NRA’s Concerns About Supreme Court Nominee

When it comes to issues that gun owners care about, media seem to compete for the most outrageous claims. It should come as no surprise, therefore, that while readership of traditional newspapers and trust in media are at record lows, support for the NRA and the values we support are increasing.

Alaska: Legislature Adjourns with Unfinished Business Concerning Campus Carry

On Friday, May 20, the Alaska Legislature ended its regular session. Unfortunately, NRA-supported Campus Carry legislation, Senate Bill 174, officially died upon adjournment.

Hawaii: There’s Still Time to Contact the Governor on Three Anti-Gun Bills!

Three anti-gun bills, Senate Bill 2647, House Bill 625 and Senate Bill 2954 are still on Governor Ige’s desk for his consideration.  It is critical that you contact Governor Ige IMMEDIATELY with your opposition to these egregious bills!

West Virginia: Permitless Carry to take Effect Today, May 24!

Today, May 24, the provisions of House Bill 4145, West Virginia’s permitless/constitutional carry legislation, take effect.  Please refer to NRA-ILA’s HB 4145 Fact Sheet for important information on this monumental pro-gun reform.


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