National Rifle Association | NRA-ILA News
Colorado: February 26th Meeting in Ft. Collins on Recreational Shooting in the Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forests
Arapahoe-Roosevelt National Forests Supervisor Monte Williams will be hosting a public meeting Monday, February 26th from 6:00 – 8:00 pm in the Forest Service office at East 2150 Centre Drive, Fort Collins.
Wyoming: House Consideration of Self-Defense Bill Expected Soon
As early as Tuesday, the Wyoming House Judiciary Committee could consider House Bill 168, sponsored by state Representative Tim Salazar and Senator Anthony Bouchard.
New Jersey: Anti-Gun Roundtable Shuns Gun Owners
What do you do when you want to silence your opponents? Well, if you are new Gov. Phil Murphy you simply ignore them.
Virginia: 2018 Legislative Session Update
Following crossover, over 60 anti-gun bills failed to move forward in the Virginia General Assembly.
Oregon: Bill Expanding Firearm Prohibitions to be Heard
Tomorrow, February 20th, at 8:00AM the Oregon state Senate Judiciary Committee will be holding a public hearing on House Bill 4145. HB 4145 was passed by the Oregon state House of Representatives last week with a 37-23 vote. This legislation, which was introduced at the request of Governor Kate Brown, would significantly expand the class of persons who could be stripped of their Second Amendment rights. Please contact Senate Judiciary members and urge their strong opposition to House Bill 4145! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact Senate Judiciary members.
Arizona: Anti-Gun Bill Defeated in Committee, Pro-Gun Legislation Advances
On February 14th, the Arizona State Legislature held committee hearings on several bills affecting your Second Amendment rights. Senate Bill 1374, which would have significantly weakened Arizona’s state preemption statute, was defeated in committee with a 4-3 vote. Additionally, House Bill 2535, which guarantees that law-abiding citizens will not be stripped of their Second Amendment rights when they choose to provide foster care to children, was passed out of the House Judiciary and Public Safety Committee with a 5-4 vote. HB 2535 will now head to the House floor. Please contact your state Representative and urge them to support HB 2535 when it comes up for a vote! Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your state Representative.