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  1. Rhode Island: One Last Push to Fight Gun Control Bills
    The Rhode Island Legislature is looking to wrap up its 2018 legislative session as early as the end of this week.
  2. Gun control advocates turn to Hollywood for messaging help
    The group has discussed targeted voter-registration programs with visiting Democrats, as well as the party’s framing of issues ranging from abortion rights to gun control. In one recent meeting, a Midwestern senator sought advice about how to discuss gun control with conservative-leaning voters in his or her state, multiple participants said.
  3. Colorado NRA affiliate sues to block Boulder semi-auto ban
    The Colorado affiliate of the National Rifle Association sued Boulder on Thursday in an effort to prevent the city from enforcing its assault-weapon ban that takes effect Friday.
  4. New Jersey To Gun Owners: Hand Over Those Magazines Or We Could Throw You In Jail
    If you don’t submit to our so-called common sense gun control policy, we’ll throw you in jail. That’s the mindset of New Jersey.
  5. New Jersey: Want to buy a gun? Town officials just made that nearly impossible here
    The all-Democratic governing body in Piscataway has unanimously approved an ordinance targeting weapons retailers -- a move apparently without precedent in N.J.
  6. NRA Endorses Mike Hunter for Oklahoma Attorney General
    Fairfax, Va.—  On behalf of our six million members across the country, the National Rifle Association Political Victory Fund (NRA-PVF) today endorsed Mike Hunter for Oklahoma attorney general.
  7. Pennsylvania: House Committee to Consider Multiple Gun Control Bills Tomorrow
    Tomorrow, the Pennsylvania House Judiciary Committee is scheduled to consider several gun control bills that would only punish law-abiding gun owners.
  8. NJ governor sees guns, not shooter's early prison release, as the problem
    New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy responded to Sunday's deadly shooting at a Trenton arts festival by calling for new controls on guns. But a suspect’s gang membership -- and early release from prison after Murphy took office -- may have been bigger factors in an incident that left one person dead and 22 wounded. Meanwhile, Murphy -- a first-term Democrat in his first elected office -- supports shorter sentences for offenders and cuts in prisoner rehabilitation programs.
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