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  1. Illinois: Crossbow Legislation Sent to the Governor’s Desk

    Yesterday, the Illinois House passed Senate Bill 1467 and sent it to the desk of Governor Bruce Rauner for his signature.
  2. Kansas: Legislature Adjourns From 2017 Legislative Session

    Today, the Kansas Legislature adjourned from its 2017 Legislative Session after numerous fights and many attempts to water down the pro-gun law taking effect later this week.
  3. NRA Statement on Peruta v. California

    The executive director of the National Rifle Association Institute for Legislative Action, Chris W. Cox, released the following statement Monday regarding the United States Supreme Court's denial of petition in the case of Peruta v. California:
  4. 74% of American gun owners say owning a gun is ‘essential to their freedom’: Poll

    “As a nation, the U.S. has a deep and enduring connection to guns. Integrated into the fabric of American society since the country’s earliest days, guns remain a point of pride for many Americans. Whether for hunting, sport shooting or personal protection, most gun owners count the right to bear arms as central to their freedom,” reports a wide-ranging new poll from the Pew Research Center.It found that 74 percent of all U.S. gun owners say owning a gun is “essential to their freedom.” Another 73 percent of the owners say they could never see themselves “not owning a gun.”
  5. Bloomberg’s Next Anti-Washington Move: $200 Million Program for Mayors

    In an interview, Mr. Bloomberg said his city-focused initiative would serve in part as an extension of his advocacy for national policies that address climate change, gun violence, public health and immigration. That largely liberal agenda is aligned with the growing aspirations of big-city mayors, who are mainly Democrats and who have vowed to check conservative mandates emerging from Washington by using their power at the local level.
  6. Why California gun owners may be breaking the law on July 1

    Sweeping new gun laws passed last year by California voters and legislators require those with magazines capable of holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition to get rid of them by July 1.
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