Skip to main content

NRA-ILA

Syndicate content
Updated: 2 years 50 weeks ago

Virginia: Governor McAuliffe vows to stick to his gun control measures

28 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Despite criticism from gun-rights advocates and GOP legislative leaders, Governor McAuliffe is not retreating on a package of gun-control measures that he has proposed for the upcoming General Assembly session. McAuliffe says this was one of his campaign promises, so no one should be surprised.
Categories: News items

Michigan: Bill takes aim at local gun boards

28 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Local officials are waiting to see if Gov. Rick Snyder pulls the trigger on a bill that would eliminate county gun boards tasked with reviewing concealed pistol license applications.
Categories: News items

Arizona: Gilbert Council changes policy, allows guns in public buildings

28 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Gun owners with a state permit can now carry a concealed firearm inside all Gilbert public buildings, reversing a previous policy that made such deadly weapons illegal.But those without a concealed-carry weapon permit can be asked by a police officer to place their firearms in a gun locker, according to an ordinance approved last week by the Gilbert Council.
Categories: News items

Jersey City man gets gun permit after three-year fight

28 December 2014 - 7:00pm
City officials have ended a lengthy legal battle by finally granting a Jersey City man a permit to buy a handgun, three years after he applied for it.
Categories: News items

Harper government says there is no need to sign arms control treaty because Canada’s export controls are the strongest

28 December 2014 - 7:00pm
“Signing the Arms Trade Treaty would not improve upon how we assess exports of military items. Canada already has some of the strongest export controls in the world.The ATT actually brings countries up to our export control standards.It is important that such a treaty should not affect lawful and responsible firearms owners nor discourage the transfer of firearms for recreational uses such as sport shooting and hunting. We’ll make sure that any treaty we sign onto is good for Canada, and good for Canadians‎.”
Categories: News items

Is McAuliffe aiming for N.Y. with his gun control salvo?

22 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Looks like it's time for someone to gently remind Terry McAuliffe that he's the governor of Virginia. Not the mayor of New York City.
Categories: News items

Anti-Gun PSA Encourages Kids To Steal Parents’ Guns And Turn Them In To Teachers

22 December 2014 - 7:00pm
A provocative public service announcement released by a San Francisco-based production company encourages children to put themselves at risk and commit a slew of crimes by stealing their parents’ guns from home and turning them in at school.
Categories: News items

New Mexico: Lawmaker Pre-Files HB 44, Restricting Private Firearm Transfers

22 December 2014 - 10:00am
Although the New Mexico Legislature will not convene its 2015 Regular Session until January 20, one lawmaker has already pre-filed a familiar, ill-conceived gun control measure. On Friday, anti-gun state Representative Miguel Garcia (D-Albuquerque) re-introduced House Bill 44, legislation criminalizing non-dealer firearm transfers at gun shows and taking the first step toward a universal ban on private gun sales.
Categories: News items

Clerk thwarts robbery and carjacking, The Daytona Beach News-Journal, Daytona Beach, Fla. 12/20/14

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
A criminal, armed with what looked like a real gun, entered the Neighborhood Meat Market in Daytona Beach, Fla. and tried to rob the store. The clerk on duty responded by retrieving a gun and firing at the criminal, prompting the robber to flee. However, while fleeing, the robber encountered the wife of the store’s owner. The thief attempted a carjacking, but was forced to flee again when the vigilant clerk fired at him a second time.
Categories: News items

Nevada: BLM Releases Plan for Managing 4.8 Million Acres of Public Land

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) has released a Resource Management Plan that will chart the future management of 4.8 million acres of public land outside of Carson City.  The deadline for the public to submit comments is March 27, 2015.   Although the deadline is several months away, the BLM is hosting a series of public meetings in January as listed below. 
Categories: News items

Arizona: Volunteers Needed for Clean Up of Popular Shooting Area on the Tonto National Forest

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
The U.S. Forest Service, Arizona Game and Fish and Tread Lightly! is hosting a cleanup event Saturday, January 17, 2015 along the Hewitt Station Road, east of the City of Apache Junction.  The cleanup area is popular for target shooting and other recreation.  Excessive trash and illegal dumping have prompted the need for the cleanup.
Categories: News items

Virginia: McAuliffe's misinformed trigger warning

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Gov. Terry McAuliffe calls the gun-control proposals he unveiled Monday “common-sense” measures. Brian Moran, his secretary of public safety, also calls them that. You can bet that supporters of the measures — a one-gun-a-month limit, background checks at gun shows, a prohibition on gun ownership by persons subject to protective orders, revocation of concealed-carry permits for parents who fall behind on child support — will call them common-sense, too.
Categories: News items

Retired officers forced to sue D.C. for right to carry guns after receiving threats

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
It’s been six years since Robert L. Smith retired from his job as a corrections officer at the D.C. Jail, but he says he still receives threats from former inmates he supervised.He keeps a legally registered handgun inside his Southwest D.C. home, but he would like to be able to carry it to protect himself. As a former jail employee, he said, he should qualify for a permit under federal statutes that allow retired law enforcement officers to carry guns without obtaining state licenses.
Categories: News items

Pennsylvania: Local governments rethinking their gun-control ordinances

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Even as a courtroom battle brews over whether local governments can pass their own gun-control ordinances, Western Pennsylvania officials are striking the measures from their books.
Categories: News items

Connecticut: Knife-Carrying Vet Protected by Second Amendment

21 December 2014 - 7:00pm
In a victory for Second Amendment advocates, the Connecticut Supreme Court has overturned the conviction of a former Army medic who served 15 months in prison for transporting a dagger-style knife and police baton in his vehicle during a move to another state.
Categories: News items

Grassroots Alert: Vol. 21, No. 49 12/19/2014

19 December 2014 - 6:34pm
Categories: News items

Michigan: Update 2013-2014 Legislative Session Adjourns

19 December 2014 - 4:11pm
Early this morning, Senate Bills 789 and 790 passed in the Michigan House of Representatives and received a prompt concurrence vote in the state Senate. In the state House, SB 789 passed by an 84 to 26 vote and SB 790 passed by an 85 to 25 vote
Categories: News items

Ohio: Comprehensive Pro-Gun Reform Legislation Signed into Law Today

19 December 2014 - 12:35pm
Today at a public signing ceremony, Governor John Kasich (R) signed into law House Bill 234, comprehensive pro-gun reform legislation.  HB 234 will take effect in ninety days. 
Categories: News items

Pro-Gun Protections Enacted Into Law

18 December 2014 - 7:00pm
Last week, Congress approved the Fiscal Year 2015 Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act.  Included in the Act were a number of pro-gun provisions that prevent the Obama administration from implementing its anti-gun agenda.
Categories: News items

Federal Appellate Court Finds Application of Gun Control Act Violates Second Amendment

18 December 2014 - 7:00pm
In a groundbreaking opinion examining the Gun Control Act’s categorical prohibition on firearm possession for persons who have been “committed to a mental institution,” the United States Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit determined the Second Amendment prohibited application of the ban to an individual who had been committed 28 years earlier and had no viable option for seeking restoration of his rights.
Categories: News items