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WV: Pro-Carry Legislation Introduced
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Multiple pro-gun bills were introduced this week in the West Virginia Legislature that seek to provide protections to West Virginians who choose to carry a firearm for self-defense. These bills have been referred to their respective Judiciary Committees and currently await hearing dates.
 

MT: Restaurant Carry Legislation to be Heard on the House Floor [Today]
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[Today], the Montana House of Representatives is scheduled to consider and vote on House Bill 494 on third reading. Please contact your state Representative and politely urge them to support House Bill 494 when it comes up for a vote.

Sponsored by state Representative Seth Berglee, HB 494 would allow law-abiding Montanans to carry a firearm for self-defense while patronizing a restaurant where alcohol is not the primary item of sale. An individual should not be prevented from carrying a firearm for self-defense while dining in a restaurant that serves alcohol. The right to self-defense should not be unnecessarily banned due to the presence of a product that is legally sold in an establishment that is licensed to do so.
 

IA: Don't fast-track sweeping gun law changes
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Time for thoughtful debate has not been a hallmark of the 2017 General Assembly. We hope the urge to fast-track bills will ebb as lawmakers seek a new balance between gun ownership and public safety.

House Study Bill 133, proposed by the judiciary committee, is 41-pages. It amends and strikes several sections of the Iowa Code that relate to weapon permitting, gun ownership and criminal justice. The bill is so broad and, at times, convoluted that it cannot be fully explored in the space provided. As an example, pieces of code are amended in one section of the bill and, in a later section, struck completely and replaced with new text.
 

SD: Bill Attempting to Silence NRA Passed by House Committee
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Today, the House Judiciary Committee heard and passed House Bill 1200 by a 9-3 vote. HB 1200 would severely limit your NRA’s ability to communicate with its membership in South Dakota. HB 1200 now heads to the House floor where it will await full consideration.

If enacted, HB 1200 would require the NRA to disclose a list of its members if certain contributions are made to a ballot question committee or used for an independent communication expenditure. These contributions are made so that NRA can inform its membership as well as Second Amendment supporters about legislation or other issues affecting their Second Amendment rights, and HB 1200 seeks to limit that ability.
 

NH: Gov. Sununu Signs Bill Repealing License Requirement To Carry A Concealed Gun
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Governor Chris Sununu signed his first bill into law Wednesday, repealing the license requirement to carry a concealed gun.

The new law, which takes effect immediately, is the first tangible outcome of Republican control in Concord.

The Executive Council chamber was filling up well before Governor Sununu arrived, pen in hand, to make New Hampshire the 11th state to permit what has become known as 'constitutional carry,' the ability of any lawful gun owner to carry a concealed weapon concealed.
 

OR: Gov. Brown & Anti-Gun Legislators Back Bill to Infringe on Your Rights
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Yesterday, Governor Brown along with Majority Leaders, Rep. Jennifer Williamson (D-36) and Sen. Ginny Burdick (D-18), held a press conference announcing their support for another bill to infringe upon your Second Amendment rights. Senate Bill 797, sponsored by the Committee on the Judiciary, is another misguided bill that will unfairly burden law-abiding gun owners and will strip Fourth Amendment due process protections. In addition to anti-gun legislators, SB 797 is being pushed by the New York City billionaire Michael Bloomberg’s gun control group, Moms Demand Action, and comes just months after Bloomberg made a $250,000 "contribution" to Governor Kate Brown's campaign.
 

UT: House Committee Passes Flawed Carry Bill to Floor
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Along with what is mentioned above, HB 237 would only allow individuals to carry a concealed firearm without a permit so long as a cartridge is not chambered or in the case of a revolver, two empty consecutive chambers in the cylinder. This bill would apply additional restrictions on the way an individual chooses to defend themselves. Requiring an individual to carry an unloaded firearm for self-defense is no different than the state mandating gun locks on the firearm in your nightstand.

Make no mistake, the NRA strongly supports permitless/constitutional carry. Unfortunately, the included government mandate of carrying an unloaded firearm makes this a piece of legislation the NRA cannot support.
 

University bans dorm room whiteboards
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Prior restraint on First Amendment Rights from a public university... By the same folks who want to legislate prior restraint on our Second Amendment Rights, leftist totalitarians.

The same "logic" is used, that someone might be "harmed" or have their feelings hurt.
 

4th Circuit on target
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The full 4th Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia — widely considered to be the nation’s most conservative appellate court — found that the Second Amendment does not preclude state legislators from passing laws to protect the public from gun violence. Imagine that.

By a 10-4 vote, the full court upheld a Maryland law banning semiautomatic rifles that include certain military features, and high-capacity ammunition magazines.
 

VA: Important Self-Defense Bills Head to the Governor
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Senate Bill 1299 and Senate Bill 1300, sponsored by state Senator Jill Holtzman Vogel and Delegate Todd Gilbert (R-15), would allow any person who is 21 or older, not prohibited from purchasing, possessing, or transporting a firearm and who are currently protected by an unexpired protective order to carry a concealed handgun for 45 days after the protective order was issued. This would provide time for the victim to apply for their concealed carry permit. SB 1300 would also provide funding for reimbursement of training expenses as well as information for those individuals seeking training under the protection of a protective order.
 

FL: House panel backs 'stand your ground' shift
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The House Criminal Justice Subcommittee voted 9-4 along party lines Wednesday to approve the National Rifle Association-backed measure (HB 245), which would shift the burden of proof from defendants to prosecutors during pre-trial hearings in "stand your ground" cases.

The bill, sponsored by Rep. Bobby Payne, R-Palatka, and Rep. Jason Fischer, R-Jacksonville, only has to clear the Judiciary Committee before reaching the House floor during the annual legislative session that starts March 7. A Senate version (SB 128) has already cleared its committees and could be one of the first bills approved by the full Senate next month.
 

The Ninth Circuit Court’s decisions defy federal law
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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A current case pending review by the Supreme Court is Peruta v. City of San Diego. In this case, the plaintiff(s) sought to carry a concealed firearm for self-defense, but the City of San Diego denied their applications for a permit, claiming they did not show “good cause” to carry. In response, the plaintiff(s) claimed the city’s definition of “good cause” violates their Second Amendment right.

The Ninth Circuit ruled in favor of the city and stated “We hold that the Second Amendment does not preserve or protect a right of a member of the general public to carry concealed firearms in public.”
 

KS: Concealed carry group attempts to form in order to advocate, educate
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Ostby, together with the SGA Veterans senator Dan Corrieri, said he is working to create a group on campus called Students for Concealed Carry to prepare the campus for July 1, 2017, when concealed handguns will be allowed in buildings and classrooms on campus.

“[We’re doing this] in order to really push for people who are considering carrying on campus to feel safe about it,” Ostby said.

Despite an SGA resolution in November and state lawmakers attempts to delay or exempt some health care facilities and universities from the Kansas Personal and Family Protection Act, nothing definitive has been done to stop the proposal to become law.
 

NH: New Hampshire signed permit-less gun carry law
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The newly elected #new hampshire Gov. Chris Sununu signed his first bill today SB 12 in a private ceremony. The bill allows the residents of New Hampshire to carry concealed guns without the need of getting a permit from local officials. Gov. Sununu stated he is proud to fulfill his commitment to New Hampshire citizens their full right to defend themselves, property and their families as prescribed by Article 2a in the state constitution. He also said, “Permit-less gun carry is about making sure that the laws on our books are keeping people safe while remaining true to the Live Free or Die spirit that makes New Hampshire the great state that it is.”
 

A Federal Court of Appeals Goes to War against the Second Amendment
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hat happens when you mix contempt for individual rights with a healthy dose of willful ignorance and fear? You get the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals, the court that’s teaching the legal Left the recipe for attacking the Second Amendment.

Twice in less than a month, the court has radically restricted the constitutional rights of gun owners. In January, it held that even lawful gun owners are inherently “dangerous” and can face limitations on their constitutional rights, including the right to be free of unreasonable search and seizure, simply because they possess a gun. In the words of a concurring judge:
 

DC: Bill Would Extend Second Amendment Rights to DC Residents
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Rubio said the bill allows District citizens to own firearms for sporting and lawful defense. Jordan said the proposal “would make Washington, D.C. a safer place for law abiding citizens.”

The bill would enable residents to obtain firearms from licensed dealers in Maryland and Virginia; repeal the District’s gun registration requirement system; allow a more permissive system for residents to possess firearms. It would limit the District to the standard NCIS background check, make firearm training optional, and allow private entities and public buildings to determine their firearm policies.
 

Using Non-Ballistic Weapons for Self-Defense
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I teach firearm courses nationwide, and at the start of one of my most recent, intermediate-level shooting classes, I posed the question: “Most of you are licensed to carry a concealed firearm. Can anyone tell me where you may NOT carry a firearm?” Answers varied from federal buildings such as post offices and courthouses to airports, hospitals and businesses where carrying a firearm on the premises is prohibited by the proprietor.
 

KY: Senate Constitutional/Permitless Carry Legislation Amended
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Today, Senator Robin Webb (D-18) offered a strike and insert amendment to constitutional/permitless carry legislation, Senate Bill 7. This amendment from Senator Webb is a positive change that will conform SB 7 to House Bill 316. Both pieces of legislation recognize Kentuckians’ freedom to legally carry a concealed firearm without the burdensome requirement of acquiring a Kentucky concealed deadly weapons license. Please contact your state Senator and state Representative in support of Senate Bill 7 and House Bill 316 by calling 1-800-372-7181.
 

MD: Md. appeals court upholds 'assault weapon' ban: a new challenge to scope of Second Amendment?
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A Maryland law banning so-called assault rifles survived its day before a federal appeals court Tuesday, marking a victory for gun control advocates that could bring the question of whether military-style weapons receive Second Amendment protection before the nation’s highest court.

The US Appeals Court for the 4th Circuit held in a 10-4 ruling that the right to bear arms under the Second Amendment doesn’t encompass the ownership of the high-capacity "weapons of war." Drawing on examples of mass shootings in Newtown, Conn.; Orlando; and San Bernardino, Calif., the court ruled that the military-style weapons used in some of the nation’s most violent attacks don't fall under the right to self-defense.
 

TX: Arlington Robbery Suspect Shot In Groin By Armed Jogger
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An early morning robbery attempt has landed one would-be criminal in the hospital with a gunshot wound.

According to Arlington police, an unidentified man was jogging to the gym Wednesday when he noticed a truck following him in the 6000 block of Poly Webb Road, near Interstate-20.

Reports say a juvenile passenger got out of the truck brandished a gun and demanded money from the jogger. The jogger, who was also armed, resisted, pulled his weapon and fired several times. Bullets hit the suspect in the groin area. The injured suspect ran back to the truck and quickly left the scene.
 

Firearms: Dakotas, Montana consider legislation to streamline concealed carry laws
Submitted by: Mark A. Taff
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Aside from Larry the Cable Guy flexing his biceps in a cut-off shirt, the right to bear arms is a mandate taken seriously by the majority of rural citizens, farmers and ranchers. Unique from many regulated activities, carrying weapons is one of the few actions expressly protected by the Founding Fathers.

This week legislators in North Dakota, South Dakota and Montana moved steps closer to allowing citizens freedom to arms by supporting legislation on permitless carry. Also referred to as "constitutional carry," laws like these proposed have been enacted in 14 other states and cite what supporters feel is an statutory right to carry without fees or license.
 

Controlled-Expansion vs Hardball in Today’s Ammunition
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Modern small-arms ammunition for our military?

With regard to my last Quip, a friend asks:

“Does not the ‘Geneva Convention’ restrict our military to hardball pistol ammunition? If so, isn’t 9mm 124 gr. FMJ, whether launched from a Beretta 92F, G19, or Sig320, confined to the same abysmal terminal performance from which our military has suffered since ‘upgrading’ from the 45ACP?”
 

WA: WA State May Impose Insurance Requirements on Gun Owners
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The Washington State Legislature will be reviewing a new bill put forth by Sen. Maralyn Chase (D-Edmonds), who wants to require a person to have liability insurance before he or she can purchase a firearm. Under Senate Bill 5795, every gun purchaser must possess liability insurance that covers the potential use of a firearm for self-defense. Even private sellers would have to make sure their buyers also have insurance. The only exception would be for law enforcement personnel who use firearms as part of their day-to-day duties.
 

MD: Prompted by lawsuit, Howard County votes to lift electronic weapons ban
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Howard County lawmakers lifted a ban on electronic weapons Tuesday in response to a federal lawsuit that challenges the county’s longstanding restrictions on the use and sale of Tasers and stun guns.

After a nearly hour-long closed-door session to discuss the lawsuit, the council voted 4-1 to lift the ban, which was proposed as emergency legislation on a fast-track legislative schedule. An attempt to table the bill failed.

Casting the lone opposition vote, Councilwoman Jen Terrasa said the repeal was a “mistake” because financial costs linked to the lawsuit did not justify expediting the repeal without full transparency and considering safety measures related to Tasers.
 

NJ: Assoc. of NJ Rifle & Pistol Clubs Weighs In on Major Right to Carry Case
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Association of New Jersey Rifle & Pistol Clubs (ANJRPC ) has joined a friend of the court brief among several state firearms organizations in the next major right to carry case in line for possible consideration by the U.S. Supreme Court, Peruta v. San Diego. The brief supports the petition urging the Supreme Court to take up the case.

The Peruta case involves a challenge to San Diego County’s requirement that carry permit applicants demonstrate “good cause” before a carry permit will be issued, similar to New Jersey’s “justifiable need” standard. The infamous Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals has held that “there is no Second Amendment right for members of the general public to carry concealed firearms in public.”
 

Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals Ignores Heller: No Protection for Guns It Deems “Dangerous”
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Ever since the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinions in Heller and McDonald, many of the lower U.S. courts have been making up their own rules when it comes to the Second Amendment. Tuesday’s outrageous opinion by the full U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit in Kolbe v. Hogan is yet another example of this. In that case, nine of out fourteen judges ruled that America’s most popular types of rifles, banned in the state of Maryland, have no Second Amendment protection.
 

IN: Indiana’s Victims of Violent Crimes Bill Gets House Approval
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Indiana’s HB1071 passed in the Indiana House with a 71 – 26 vote and is now headed to the State Senate. If the bill becomes law, according to Guy Relford, prominent Indiana firearms attorney and Second Amendment advocate:

“This will allow those lawfully able to possess a firearm, and found to be at the greatest risk, the ability to protect themselves.”
 

FL: Central Florida’s LGBTQ Community Begins to Embrace Second Amendment
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Just weeks after the mass shooting at Pulse Nightclub in Orlando, Florida, the local Orlando gay community reached out to NRA Certified Firearms Instructor Jo Martin in an effort to start their own Pink Pistols chapter.

Now, almost nine months later, the Central Florida chapter of Pink Pistols has noticed an increase in attendance at their monthly meetings. The Pulse tragedy, although recognized by the LGBTQ community as a terror incident, has also reaffirmed their vulnerability as it relates to hate crimes and the need for self defense. In fact, there was so much interest in the group that Martin is now starting a second organization she’s calling the Rainbow Shooting Club.
 

WI: Anti-Gun Legislators are Rapidly Introducing Gun Control Bills in Madison
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Assembly Bill 65, authored by state Representative Terese Berceau and state Representative Chris Taylor, and Senate Bill 34, authored by state Senator LaTonya Johnson and state Senator Tim Carpenter, are companion bills which would expand background checks to all sales and transfers of firearms in the state of Wisconsin. These bills, much like other anti-gun bills, are aimed at providing a false sense of safety while infringing upon the rights of law-abiding gun owners and those that wish to lawfully purchase a firearm. This legislation will do nothing to prevent criminals from obtaining firearms and will only put an unnecessary burden upon law-abiding citizens.
 

Federal Appeals Court Upholds Maryland Semi-Auto Ban
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An en-banc panel of the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld a ban on so-called “assault weapons” in Maryland, with a 10-4 majority opinion stating that such firearms are not protected by the Second Amendment, a position that gun rights advocates consider “absurd.”

Judge Robert King, a Bill Clinton appointee, wrote in the majority opinion, “Put simply, we have no power to extend Second Amendment protections to weapons of war,” according to Fox News.

But dissenting Judge William Traxler, a George H.W. Bush appointee, countered that the majority “has gone to greater lengths than any other court to eviscerate the constitutionally guaranteed right to keep and bear arms,” Fox News reported.
 

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