Obama-era gun control regulation officially dead

Obama-era gun control regulation officially dead

An Obama-era regulation that could have prevented some Social Security recipients from buying firearms is officially dead. The Social Security Administration has withdrawn a regulation that would have required information on certain disability recipients to be sent to the National...
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California Senate Approves One-Gun-a-Month Purchase Limit for Residents

California Senate Approves One-Gun-a-Month Purchase Limit for Residents

The California Senate approved extending the one-gun-a-month handgun purchase limit to long guns on Tuesday, thereby limiting Californians to buying only one type of gun each 30-day period. The bill is sponsored by Sen. Anthony Portantino (D-La Cañada Flintri...
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South Carolina House passes bill granting carry of handguns without a permit

South Carolina House passes bill granting carry of handguns without a permit

The South Carolina House of Representatives on Wednesday approved a bill that would allow residents to carry a gun, openly or concealed, without getting a weapons permit. The controversial bill passed the chamber 64-46 after more than three hours of...
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NRA announces legal challenge to California’s expanded assault weapon ban and other new gun laws

NRA announces legal challenge to California’s expanded assault weapon ban and other new gun laws

The state affiliate of the National Rifle Assn. on Monday filed the first of a series of planned lawsuits against a package of gun control bills approved in California last year, including one challenging the state’s newly expanded assault weapons ban.....
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Republican State Sen. Pushing Gun Confiscation Law in Oregon

Republican State Sen. Pushing Gun Confiscation Law in Oregon

Oregon state Sen. Brian Boquist (R-Dallas) is pushing a confiscation bill that would broaden the number of prohibited gun purchasers as well as require certain individuals “to hand over any guns in their possession.” Boquist’s stepson was a Navy Veteran....
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ATF Report Exonerates Suppressors From Liberal Crime Claims

ATF Report Exonerates Suppressors From Liberal Crime Claims

Data from the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives showed that noise suppressors — frequently used in sporting events to protect hearing — “are seldom used in crime,” according to a report by NPR, which is anything but a pro-gun news...
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Mississippi legislature approves firing squad as means of execution

Mississippi legislature approves firing squad as means of execution

Lawmakers in Mississippi sent Gov. Phil Bryant a bill Tuesday that would enact death by firing squad as a means of capital punishment. House Bill 638 is meant to give the state options for the death penalty, in the event...
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Senate Bill 1291 Introduced, Allows Gun Confiscation

Senate Bill 1291 Introduced, Allows Gun Confiscation

Looks like it’s finally happening folks. The liberals are making their move and if you’re a staunch gun supporter like we are here at Yes I’m Right, you’re not going to like this one bit. THIS is what people should...
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Democrats Introduce Bill Requiring Background Checks for Guns Built at Home

Democrats Introduce Bill Requiring Background Checks for Guns Built at Home

Democrat Representatives Brad Schneider (D-IL-10) and Adriano Espaillat (D-NY-13) are pushing legislation to require law-abiding citizens to pass a background check before assembling a gun from a parts kit at home. Note–it is 100 percent legal for a law-abi...
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Illinois Senator wants Government to Confiscate Guns without Due Process in New Bill

Illinois Senator wants Government to Confiscate Guns without Due Process in New Bill

Illinois State Senator Julie Morrison (D-29)has proposed a bill that would allow the government to confiscate firearms from gun owners without any due process. According to SB 1291’s summary: [The bill] provides that the petition shall also describe the type...
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