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Constitutional Carry Stalls in South Carolina Over A Pointless Feud

Published Thursday, March 14, 2019

Two weeks ago, South Carolina State Representative Russell Fry and others on the subcommittee refused to even give Constitutional Carry a vote for a hearing. This effectively blocks H.3456 for now and is reportedly being caused by a disagreement between Fry and Representative Jonathan Hill, who introduced the bill in the House.

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Record Attendance at The Annual NH Hold The Line Rally

Published Sunday, March 10, 2019

A crowd of thousands crammed the packed plaza in front of the New Hampshire Statehouse on Saturday, which probably holds the record for the largest gun rights rally ever assembled in the Live Free or Die state. The fifth annual rally of its kind, it has grown impressively from the first outing which drew only 75 to 100 people.

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Illinois Gun Owner Sanctuary Counties Just Keep Coming

Published Wednesday, March 6, 2019

In Illinois, the Gun Owner Sanctuary County movement is gaining steam once again amidst the onslaught of anti-gun legislation coming from Springfield and bolstered by the new wave of Second Amendment Sanctuary Counties now popping up all over the country. Here's a list of which counties declared resolutions lately.

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New Mexico 2nd Amendment Sanctuary Counties - Full Map

Published Sunday, March 3, 2019

New Mexico's HB 8 appears to be losing its bite daily, as more and more counties pass Second Amendment Sanctuary ordinances, preventing enforcement of the new universal background check bill - along with 30 of the 33 sheriffs, who have all signed an agreement with the state Sheriff's Association not to enforce the law either.

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Kentucky Will Become the 16th Constitutional Carry State This Week

Published Saturday, March 2, 2019

By a 60 to 37 vote, HB 150, Kentucky's 2019 Constitutional Carry bill, passed its final hurdle in the Kentucky House and now heads to Governor Matt Bevin's desk, where he has announced he plans to sign it. Opponents of the bill conducted several procedural maneuvers to attempt to add amendments to the bill, but all were defeated by votes or ruled out of order and stricken.

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Oklahoma Becomes the 15th Constitutional Carry State

Published Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Less than an hour ago, Oklahoma's Governor Stitt signed Constitutional Carry into law after having been passed by the Senate hours earlier. This unofficially makes Oklahoma the 15th state to remove permit restrictions, although it pertains only to residents of Oklahoma and the other 14 Constitutional Carry states.

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North Dakota Shrugs Off Attempt At A Red Flag Bill

Published Sunday, February 24, 2019

North Dakota's House effortlessly brushed aside a pointless and futile attack on the peoples' Second Amendment rights last week, when it shot down the Democrats' red flag bill, sponsored by Rep. Karla Rose Hanson (D-Fargo),  in a 76-17 vote. Opponents successfully argued the bill was a direct contradiction of constitutional due process rights.

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Candidate For Aurora IL District Rep Matt Quigley Was There At The Scene

Published Sunday, February 17, 2019

Yesterday, Gun Rights Watch spoke to Matt Quigley, candidate For Aurora, Illinois 14th District Representative, who was on scene at the shooting Friday in the aftermath right after the incident went down. He and his campaign manager Mike Alfaro spoke to neighbors and bystanders on the street to get their opinions.

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Not One Gun Control Law Would Have Stopped the Aurora, IL Shooter

Published Friday, February 15, 2019

The shooting today in Aurora, IL at a manufacturing plant that left 6 people dead including the shooter probably won't feed well into the left's narrative that universal background checks will stop mass shootings, or that mass shooters are always white guys, or that AR-15s need to go because... you know — mass shootings.

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Here's the Full List of Counties That Won't Uphold I-1639 in Washington

Published Tuesday, February 12, 2019

The Sheriffs of Washington's rural counties are increasingly pledging to not enforce the new gun control bill (I-1639) that was passed in November by ballot initiative, citing it as unconstitutional. 24 out of 39 counties make up the latest count, with more expected as the court battles ramp up across the state.

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