Rep. Griffith and Sen. Hatch introduce legislation for safe transport of firearms across states lines

Monday, March 20, 2017

Congressman Morgan Griffith (R-VA) and Senator Orrin Hatch (R-UT) have introduced legislation to address a critical gap in U.S. law related to the transportation of firearms. Under current regulations, many law-abiding Americans unwittingly violate disparate rules governing the transportation of firearms across state lines.  Griffith and Hatch’s bills would amend the Firearm Owners Protection Act […]

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NRA calls Charleston SC gun loophole a myth

Tuesday, July 5, 2016

Lars Dalseide, Public Affairs Media Liaison with the NRA-Institute for Legislative Action, points to a The Post and Courier article that accuses the FBI for the failure of Dylann Roof acquiring a gun and then killing nine Emanuel AME Church in Charleston, SC. “FBI Director James Comey publicly admitted failures in completing Roof’s background check […]

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NRA blames President Obama’s political correctness

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

By Chris W. Cox, executive director, National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action Americans were shocked and disgusted to learn of another act of terrorism on our soil – this time in Orlando, Florida. In the aftermath of this terrorist attack, President Obama and Hillary Clinton renewed their calls for more gun control, including a […]

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NRA and Tennessee Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey condemn Herring’s removal of 25 states from Virginia concealed handgun permit reciprocity

Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Tennessee Lt. Governor Ron Ramsey threatened that “if Virginia doesn’t restore its reciprocity agreement immediately, the Tennessee General Assembly will have to seriously reevaluate whether Tennessee can continue to recognize Virginia permits. “Unfortunately, actions have consequences,” he said. “Americans instinctively understand that more guns in the hands of the law-abiding means less crime. But the […]

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Guns. people and a comma kill people

Monday, July 30, 2012

Guns. people and a comma kill people

Another mass killing with ordnance that can only be classified as “murder weapons.” The sound of silence from our representatives is deafening. The National Rifle Association has succeeded in painting a yellow streak down the backs of our legislators and 2012 candidates. Our Founding Fathers who wrote the 2nd Amendment to the U.S. Constitution are […]

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