Nevada: Gun Control Bills Pass Assembly

On April 23rd, the Nevada Assembly voted to pass Assembly Bill 291 and Assembly Bill 153.   AB 291 and AB 153 have been transmitted to the Senate and assigned to the Senate Judiciary Committee for further consideration.  

Washington: NRA Backs Lawsuit to Prevent Public Database of Gun Owners

On April 23rd, NRA backed the filing of a lawsuit to prevent the public disclosure of the names and addresses of gun owners who voluntarily surrendered their bump-fire stocks for compensation in the program administered by the Washington State Patrol.  Recently, an anti-gun activist filed a public records request in order to build a searchable database of those who previously owned these firearm accessories and surrendered them in good faith.

Texas: Senate Committee to Hear Three NRA-Backed Measures on Thursday!

On Thursday, April 25, the Senate State Affairs Committee will meet at 9:00am in the Texas Senate Chamber to hold public hearings on the three NRA-backed measures below. 

Democrats are still lost on gun control and presidential power

A gentleman, out for a walk late at night, comes upon a drunk who is sprawled beneath a street lamp, clawing at the pavement. “Sir, what are you doing?” asks the man. “Looking for my keys,” the drunk replies. AD 00:06 / 00:15 “You dropped them around here, then?” the man asks. “No,” says the drunk. “Then why are you looking here?” “Because,” the drunk replies, “this is where the light is.” This old anecdote sums up Democrats’ approach to preventing mass shootings for the last seven years or so. They don’t have answers. But when they become convinced that there’s something they can accomplish, they go right for it. It doesn’t bother them if their solution is completely irrelevant to the problem they’re supposedly solving.

Here’s what the NRA and Indianapolis hotels, restaurants said about convention-goers with firearms

The National Rifle Association's three-day convention in Indianapolis this week is expected to bring more than 75,000 people to the city's hotels and restaurants, and some are expected to being carrying firearms.

Trump NRA visit: What drivers and travelers need to know about his Indianapolis appearance

It's going to be a busy day in Indianapolis on Friday. President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence are scheduled to appear at the National Rifle Association convention in downtown Indianapolis, which is expected to bring an estimated 80,000 attendees over the course of four days.

Minnesota: Senate to Consider Judiciary Omnibus Bill Tomorrow

Tomorrow, the Minnesota Senate is scheduled to consider the Senate Judiciary Omnibus bill, SF 802.  Anti-gun legislators might take this as an attempt to push gun control amendments during the floor vote.

NRA Supporting Challenge to Washington State Release of Gun Owner’s Private Data

The NRA is supporting a challenge to Washington State's plan to release names and addresses of those who participated in the state’s bump stock buy-back program.  

Nevada: Chamber of Origin Deadline Today, Anti-Gun Bills On The Move

Today is the deadline for legislative bills to pass out of their chamber of origin.  AB 291 and AB 153 are anticipated to receive votes today. 

California: Legislature Returns from Spring Break

The California Legislature returns from spring recess this week and seven different committees are considering bills that could impact your rights.