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Gun owners must consider more than NRA grades
Submitted by: David Codrea
Website: http://www.davidcodrea.com

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"Those who follow gun blogs know there's a recurring debate between gun owners who prefer National Rifle Association political strategies and those who challenge them. I'd like to address a few of the more contentious points I see being raised on blogs and discussion boards..."
 

Wisconsin ruling affirms importance of SAF’s McDonald case
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Like it or not – and it is clear from their reaction that the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence does not – a ruling by a Wisconsin circuit court judge that found the state's prohibition on concealed carry to be unconstitutional is an affirmation that the Second Amendment Foundation's victory in McDonald v. City of Chicago was not only proper, it was the right thing to do." ...

"The result of this ruling, which will be appealed, could be what has been dubbed “Constitutional Carry” for the state of Wisconsin. That is, citizens there would be able to carry firearms openly or concealed without a permit, if Judge Counsell’s ruling is upheld." ...
 

NRA Survey Stacks the Deck
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"'Are you going to take this?' That's what National Rifle Association (NRA) Supreme Being Wayne LaPierre wants to know, via email. Apparently, Mssr. LaPierre just got the memo on the Chicago City Council’s post-McDonald package of gun control laws. 'If you and I allow Mayor Daley’s attacks on freedom to go unchallenged, we're going to see this new gun-ban strategy start to spread like a virus — city by city, county by county, and state by state all across America.' From there, we're invited to link to an on-line 'Emergency Gun Rights Survey.' The survey is a tissue of half-truths masquerading as questions. And I say this as a Second Amendment supporter; a blogger dedicated to telling the truth about guns. Shall we begin?" ...
 

Nagant Model 1895 Revolver
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"One of the most unique vintage military revolvers is known for its use in Russia, but yet it was in fact a Belgian designed firearm."

"This was the Model 1895 Nagant revolver, which was in actuality developed in 1894 by Emile and Leon Nagant, two Belgian gun designers, who had previous experience with the Russian arms industry."

"Their development of the revolver coincided with the Imperial Russian Army’s need for a new sidearm, which the firm of Fabrique d’armes Emile et Leon Nagant designed and brought to production. The Nagant brothers were already well known at the Russian Court as they had previously helped design the now infamous Mosin-Nagant Model 1892 rifle." ...
 

Unnecessary assault weapons hurt America, Mexico
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"President Bill Clinton signed the Federal Assault Weapons Ban into law in 1994, prohibiting the sale of military-style guns, including AK-47s and AR-15s. When the ban expired in 2004, a proposed 10-year extension was voted down."

"[ATF] statistics show that 7,770 guns sold in the U.S. in 2008 were traced to Mexico, according to a March 17, 2009, article on foxnews.com entitled 'Gun Advocates Ready for Battle on Federal Assault Weapons Ban.' Almost 95 percent of Mexican drug cartels got their firearms from the U.S. that same year. Can you imagine how many lives we could have saved if, in 2004, the extension had been approved?" ...
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Submitter's Note: Note matter how many times you repeat these lies, they remain untrue.
 

Activist Judge Rules Against Wisconsin's CCW Ban, Cites Wikipedia, Ignores Facts
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Wisconsin, home to John Kerry's beloved 'Lambert' Field, is also one of two states in America that bans the carrying of concealed weapons (the other is Illinois)."

"This week Wisconsin Circuit Court Judge Jon M. Counsell issued an opinion overturning the state's ban on concealed carry that challenges Senator Kerry's infamous gaffe for uninformed audacity."

"Drawing supposed authority from the U.S. Supreme Court's Heller and McDonald decisions--which found only a Second Amendment right to keep a handgun in the home for self-protection--Counsell ruled that the state's ban on carrying concealed handguns in public was overly broad and therefore unconstitutional. " ...
 

A Wisconsin judge who 'gets it' about the right to self-defense
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Wednesday, a Wisconsin judge threw out, on Constitutional grounds, charges against a man accused of violating Wisconsin's prohibition against carrying concealed weapons ..." ...

"The article goes on to point out that as of this moment, the ruling will have little effect outside Judge Counsell's own court. The defense attorney who made the successful motion to dismiss the case, however, expects the ruling to be appealed, and that the case will end up, in his words, in 'either the Wisconsin Supreme Court and or the United States Supreme Court,' before this is over."

"Needless to say, the anti-self-defense lobby is nearly apoplectic. ..." ...
 

Tarrant County College Ordered to Pay $240,000 after Losing Battle against the First Amendment
Submitted by: Rick Schwartz
Website: http://www,weprotectyourkids.com

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"Attention, college administrators: Attempting to defend your institution's unconstitutional speech code in court is very, very expensive. Unfortunately for Texas taxpayers, Tarrant County College (TCC) is the latest school to learn this lesson the hard way. ..."

"Torch readers will remember that back in March, TCC's speech code was found unconstitutional as a result of litigation coordinated by FIRE and the [ACLU-TX]. FIRE and the ACLU-TX worked with Fort Worth attorney Karin Cagle to bring a constitutional challenge to TCC's speech code on behalf of student Clayton Smith and John Schwertz, members of Students for Concealed Carry on Campus who had repeatedly been forbidden by TCC to hold an 'empty holster' protest on campus. ..." ...
 

Take The Hint
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Dick Morris likes to say that if you're a candidate running for office and you're pro-choice, but don't want to make abortion an issue in your election, just say you're pro-environment. People will make the connection on their own. In other words, there are issues in politics which are predictors of other issues."

"For me, that issue was always guns. I'm a life-long New Yorker, so I have no hope of ever owning a gun. In fact, I’ve never even shot one, yet I consider gun rights to be in my top 5 issues. I'm pro-gun and a staunch defender of the Second Amendment, because I believe in the concept that more (legal) guns equals less crime."

"But I use it as a litmus test too. ..." ...
 

ME: NRA gives LePage first Maine nod in 20 years
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association's political action committee has endorsed Republican Paul LePage in Maine's race for governor."

"The rifle association's Political Victory Fund, based in Fairfax, Va., said in a statement that it had not endorsed a candidate for Maine governor in 20 years."

"'Maine has a long record of strong firearm ownership and wildlife stewardship,' Chris W. Cox, the committe's chairman and chief lobbyist for the rifle association, said in a statement. 'It is time to elect a governor who will support gun owners, hunters and sportsmen in Maine.'" ...
 

SD: Herseth Sandlin Whines About Noem Gun Rights Mailer
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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have been whining for several days about Kristi Noem‘s gun rights mailer which contrasts the record of Noem and Rep. Stephanie Herseth Sandlin (D-SD) on Second Amendment gun rights. The mailer shows that while Herseth Sandlin hasn’t been as bad as many Democrats on gun rights, the clearly reliable defender of Second Amendment rights is Kristi Noem."

"Today, the Rapid City Journal reports 'Herseth Sandlin calls Noem mailer on gun rights a low blow:'" ...

"The mailer states only the truth. It says nothing about Noem that isn’t true, and it states nothing about Herseth Sandlin that isn’t true."

"Yes, providing facts about a liberal’s voting record and stance on the issues is always a “low blow.” ..." ...
 

FL: NRA-PVF Endorses Allen Boyd for U.S. House of Representatives in Florida’s 2nd Congressional District
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) has endorsed Allen Boyd for re-election to the U.S. House of Representatives in Florida’s 2nd Congressional District this November."

"Chris W. Cox, chairman of the NRA-PVF told reporters in a conference call, 'The National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund supports Allen Boyd because he has defended the Second Amendment freedoms of law-abiding gun owners, hunters and sportsmen in Florida and across America.'" ...
 

NY: Andrew Cuomo and the Gunmaker Litigation
Submitted by: rick schwartz
Website: http://www.weprotectyourkids.com

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"There are many reasons to be glum about the impending coronation of dynastic heir Andrew Cuomo, now leading in the New York governor’s race against a GOP opponent ..."

"... what I find permanently hard to forgive is the way Cuomo threw himself into the role of chief national cheerleader for the municipal anti-gun litigation of the 1990s and early 2000s." ...
 

VA: NRA, Sportsmen alliance endorse Perriello
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Rep. Tom Perriello, D-5th District, accepted the endorsement of the National Rifle Association Friday in Bedford, along with endorsements from the Sportsmen’s and Animal Owner’s Voting Alliance."

"Although Perriello’s campaign announced it expected the NRA’s endorsement in September — after his opponent, Republican Robert Hurt, preemptively publicized the NRA’s incumbent-friendly policy — Perriello officially accepted the endorsement Friday." ...
 

IN: Pete Visclosky faces Mark Leyva and Jon Morris in 1st District US House race
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "(4) Differentiate yourself from your opponents and indicate why you believe yourself a better candidate? ..."

"Visclosky: I respect my opponents and the democratic process. As someone who has dedicated my professional career to being a public servant ..."

"Leyva: I am opposite of the incumbent. I am a blue-collar carpenter by trade. I am a former 1010 steel worker. I am pro life. I am pro Second Amendment. I am against Obamacare, I am against cap-and-trade, I am a TEA Party candidate."

"Morris: I am the candidate with the necessary skills, creativity, and integrity to solve problems in Washington without compromising the constitution and our personal freedoms. ..." ...
 

IN: Narrow differences on education, taxes define Ind. House District 63 race
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"During tough economic times, the candidates for state representative in Indiana House District 63 are united in their dedication to stimulating job growth and keeping public education on its feet." ...

"Steiner has served as the chief deputy prosecutor in Martin County for the past eight years. He promises to crack down on illegal immigration and force background checks to prevent illegal hiring practices."

"Messmer has also noticed voter concern with illegal immigrants taking jobs in the community. He said he takes the conservative, family values of the district to heart and has proved his dedication to his constituents with 100 percent anti-abortion and pro-Second Amendment voting records in his first term."
 

NC: Because You Asked: How did the NRA decide to endorse Goss in the names of 45th district members, when I wasn't asked
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Late last week the office of Sen. Steve Goss released a letter they received from the [NRA-ILA-PVF] announcing they were endorsing Senator Steve Goss in his bid for reelection to the 45th District Senate seat he currently holds."

"In the endorsement ... the organization stated, 'On behalf of the NRA members in the District 45, I am pleased to announce your NRA-PVF endorsement for the 2010 State Senate General Election.'" ...

"Since the release of the announcement via email, we at your AMT, have been contacted by some area NRA members asking how exactly this decision was made 'since I wasn't asked if I was in favor of it?'"

"We contacted the NRA-PVG-ILA and asked just that question." ...
 

DE: O'Donnell talks to DE SEN hopefuls (video available)
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"NBC's Kelly O'Donnell talked with both candidates for Delaware Senate, Republican Christine O'Donnell and Democrat Chris Coons, after their first and only debate together. Below, the full clips of the interviews and some excerpts." ...

"On [O'Donnell's] response to the question of which recent Supreme Court decisions she disagreed with."

"I'd like to address that Supreme Court decision -- I mean question. If you'll notice, Wolf said what recent Supreme Court decision did I disagree with. I immediately thought of the second amendment. I immediately thought of Citizens United. And I said to myself, I can't think of a recent Supreme Court decision [she disagrees with]. ..."
 

MO: Sixth District candidates square off over job creation
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Job creation is at the center of a close fight over the 6th District's seat in the Missouri House of Representatives."

"Both candidates -- Republican Lindell Shumake of Hannibal and Democrat Carl Thompson of rural Monroe City -- have made jobs their key campaign issue..." ...

"Both candidates favor a pro-life and pro-gun stance. Shumake, who has been endorsed by the National Rifle Association, touts himself as '100 percent pro-life, 100 percent pro-gun, 100 percent conservative' and has said he will vote only for pro-life and pro-Second Amendment positions in the Missouri House. Thompson [is] an avid hunter and a member of deer hunting advocacy group Whitetails Unlimited ..." ...
 

SD: Herseth Sandlin: Noem ‘pretending’ to have the endorsement from NRA
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Stephanie Herseth Sandlin campaign is accusing the Kristi Noem campaign of 'pretending' to receive an endorsement from the National Rifle Association."

"Noem sent a campaign mailer bearing pictures of herself in camouflage and blaze-orange hunting gear, along with an 'A rating' NRA logo near the pictures."

"Noem does in fact have an “A” rating from the NRA, but so does Herseth Sandlin. The Noem mailer does not mention that. It also leaves out another fact: It’s Herseth Sandlin, not Noem, who has the endorsement of the NRA." ...
 

TN: NRA endorses Lowe Finney; Statue erected in honor of Ned McWherter
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Rifle Association has endorsed state Sen. Lowe Finney to represent the people of Gibson, Carroll, and Madison counties, according to a news release. The organization calls Finney a 'solid pro-gun/pro-hunting candidate who is an advocate for the right to keep and bear arms.'" ...
 

NY: Time for a change, vote for DioGuardi
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"That old country song 'I Was Country, When Country Wasn’t Cool' reminded me of U.S. Senatorial candidate Joe DioGuardi. Joe wrote a book on fiscal conservatism when fiscal conservatism wasn't as cool as it is today. His book is called: 'Unaccountable Congress. It Doesn’t Add Up.'"

"When he was a junior representative member of Congress, DioGuardi introduced the Chief Financial Officer and Federal Reform Act to help bring fiscal conservatism to Washington ..."

"Joe DioGuardi is a pro-life, pro-Second Amendment, pro-Pay-Go and a CPA — just who we need in the U.S. Senate."

"His opponent, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand, was against gun control when she was a representative, but for gun control as senator ..." ...
 

WI: Which candidates support broader gun rights in Wisconsin?
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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... "Q: Can you tell us who in the Wisconsin governor's race is for or against our gun rights? Same goes for the Senate race. This is a very key piece in the vote ...Henry A. Koshollek"

"A: All of the candidates in these races have said they support Second Amendment rights."

"In terms of specific gun laws, the next governor may face a bill aimed at allowing people who can legally possess firearms to carry concealed handguns. ..."

"Republican candidate Scott Walker says he would sign a bill allowing concealed carry. Democratic candidate Tom Barrett says he supports the right to bear arms but won't support legalizing concealed handguns unless the law enforcement community changes its position ..." ...
 

PA: Castle Doctrine passes state Senate
Submitted by: jac

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"The Pennsylvania Senate today approved legislation that could establish the Castle Doctrine in Pennsylvania protecting gun owners who act in self-defense."

"The legislation now goes to the House, which passed a similar version under a separate bill."

"Time is running out in this session for the Castle Doctrine ..."

"The legislation would provide important protections against criminal prosecution or civil litigation for those who act in self-defense ..."

"[Senator] Alloway on Wednesday successfully amended House Bill 1926 with the Castle Doctrine."

"The House must concur before amended HB 1926 is sent to Gov. Ed Rendell. The House next meets on Monday. The Senate has adjourned for the year."
 

MI: Genesee Township's shooting proposal is a bullet concern, not a firearms thing
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"A proposal to put stricter rules on guns is again drawing fire." ...

"The idea doesn’t sit well with Andy Michalik, 30, who hunts on his property and would like to target shoot with either his shotgun or bow and arrow."

"'They're treating us like we’re irresponsible young kids,' he said. 'We’re getting slapped on the hand like we don't know what we're doing. I don't think it's fair for me to get a ticket or go to jail if I'm responsibly shooting in my backyard.”

"FJ: His concern is understandable. But not everybody is responsible in regard to their shooting hobbies. For them, some local rules are needed." ...
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Submitter's Note: So if it's just a few bad actors, why punish everyone? Why not just punish "them"?
 

PA: Pennsylvania: "Castle Doctrine" Bill Passes Senate, Heads to House for Concurrence
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Yesterday, Thursday, October 14, the Pennsylvania Senate passed House Bill 1926 by a vote of 45-4. The bill now returns to the House where it could be concurred with on Monday, October 18."

"HB1926 contains State Senator Richard Alloway’s (R-33) 'Castle Doctrine' amendment."

"This language would permit law-abiding citizens to use force ... against an attacker in their homes and any places outside of their home where they have a legal right to be."

"If enacted, this law would also protect individuals from civil lawsuits by the attacker or the attacker's family when force is used."

"Please contact your State Representative TODAY and respectfully urge them to vote for HB1926 with the Alloway amendment. ..." ...
 

OH: Another formerly skeptical Ohio law enforcement official admits concealed carry has worked
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The Port Clinton News Herald is reporting that another law enforcement official has admitted that previous skepticism about Ohio's concealed carry law was unwarranted."

"From the story:"
"Ottawa County Sheriff Bob Bratton said he had issues about the law when the Ohio legislature passed it in 2004.

"'I had concerns at first,' Bratton said, 'but since then we've had no issues.'"

"According to Bratton, the state's sheriffs, who are responsible for issuing permits, were ill-prepared for the onslaught of paperwork the new law required them to complete."

"In 2004, Ottawa County issued 391 permits. Sandusky County issued 187."

"But seven years later, Bratton said the process has gone well and he supports the law." ...
 

IA: Police fire at Des Moines TV photojournalist
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"Des Moines police say an officer responding to reports of a man with a gun at the KCCI-TV studios mistakenly fired at a photojournalist."

KCCI says the shot missed and no one was hurt."

"The incident happened Wednesday night after the 10 p.m. news."

"Police say KCCI employees heard loud bangs and breaking glass and called police. A photojournalist, whom KCCI identifies as Spencer Vaughn, was outside the station on a cell phone to dispatchers."

"Police say an officer mistook the phone for a gun and fired at Vaughn." ...
 

IA: Police Officer Accidentally Fires at TV Photographer (another view)
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... "The Des Moines police policy for when an officer can open fire is when they feel their life or someone else's life is in danger. They said that's what happened Wednesday night."

"'... When the rocks were hitting the windows, it sounded like shots,' said News Director Dave Busiek. ... photographer Spencer Vaughn headed out a back door to track the suspect and help police when they arrived. Instead, Vaughn matched the vague description police had; a white male in a gray shirt."

"Vaughn was holding a cell phone which officer Grimes mistook as a weapon. From the 911 calls, Grimes believed an active shooter was in the area. He felt a threat for this life and fired."

"'He did nothing wrong,' said Sgt. Jeff Edwards of the Des Moines Police Department ..." ...
 

NY: Schulz decries his portrait in Time magazine
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Robert Schulz of Fort Ann, advocate for the Constitution and leader of the We the People Foundation, says a recent Time magazine cover story mischaracterizes him and his organization and mistakenly links him to militias." ...

"Then the article quotes Schulz: 'If the First Amendment doesn't work,' Schulz says, 'the Second Amendment would.' He asks, 'What does a free man do' when all other avenues are closed? 'I am struggling with my conscience.'"

"Gellman picked quotes from six hours' worth of interviews and strung them together, out of context, to create the false impression that Schulz was 'struggling with' whether to turn to violence, Schulz said." ...
 

FL: Potential hazard of contamination by lead ammo fires up Florida debate over hunting
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The hazards of lead in paint, pottery, gasoline and toys have been known for decades. But water managers were told last week that lead shot left behind by hunters on more than 687,000 acres of hunting grounds and wetlands owned by the South Florida Water Management District does not harm wildlife or the environment."

"'The bottom line is there is not much shooting going on on district lands,' Robb Startzman, chief scientist of the District's Land Stewardship Division, said at a workshop last Wednesday on the potential impact on hunters and wildlife. 'There is no evidence to support adverse effects of lead shot on district lands.'" ...
 

OH: Firearms Industry Matches ATF Reward in Bedford Heights Firearms Theft
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"The National Shooting Sports Foundation (NSSF) -- the trade association for the firearms industry --announced a $2,500 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of the persons(s) responsible for the theft of firearms from Atlantic Gun and Tackle, 5425 Northfield Road, Bedford Heights, Ohio. This reward offer matches a $2,500 reward offer by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF)."

"The burglary occurred between the late evening hours of Wednesday, Aug. 18, and the early morning hours of Thursday, Aug. 19, 2010." ...
 

NC: Phibbs wins endorsements
Submitted by: Bruce W. Krafft

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"Jason Phibbs, Republican candidate for state Senate, has been endorsed by both the North Carolina Police Benevolent Association (NCPBA) and the National Rifle Association - Political Victory Fund."

"The NCPBA is an organization composed of law enforcement personnel from all over the state and represents them 'by providing legal services and advocating changes to improve the quality of work life for people employed in all aspects of criminal justice.' The NRA-PVF is the Political Action Committee of the NRA and issues non-partisan endorsements solely based on a candidate's stand on Second Amendment issues." ...
 

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