It’s true that Republican control of the Senate and House should make bad gun rules less likely to happen in the next two years. But there are worrisome problems in Colorado, Washington state, and Connecticut that means gun owners can’t rest on their laurels now.
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If six states — Montana, West Virginia, South Dakota, Louisiana, Arkansas, and Alaska — vote out Senate Democrats, gun rights are probably safe for a couple of years.
Cheaper Than Dirt! contributor David Codrea collaborated on the parody song and video, “The Hickenlooper Blues,” which highlights the frustration of Colorado gun owners enduring some of the nation’s strictest gun-control regulations signed by embattled Colorado Gov. John Hickenlooper.
U.S. District Judge Catherine C. Blake’s decision in Kolbe v O’Malley, said “assault weapons” and their standard-capacity magazines “fall outside Second Amendment protection as dangerous and unusual.” If it’s not overturned on appeal, the real danger in the ruling is its potential to define what guns the public may own. Read this article to learn more.
The recent Abramski v. United States Supreme Court decision is a setback. What’s worse, now it can become the basis for even more bad rulings.
Thousands of activist gun owners rallied in Hartford, Connecticut to protest that state’s semiautomatic-rifle and magazine registrations. Here’s a report from the scene by the rally’s keynote speaker.
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