Preemption Penalty Provision Legal Victory in Florida

Last month The Florida Supreme Court upheld an element of the state’s firearm preemption law. The court found the court found ‘no merit in Petitioners’ argument,” and its decision is a big legal win for gun rights in Florida; also for those who want public officials held personally accountable for knowingly passing local ordinances that…

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Broomfield – Latest to Pass Anti-Gun Legislation in Colorado

On Tuesday, January 10th, the Broomfield City Council passed a number of anti-gun ordinances following a public hearing. Each goes into effect immediately. I drive through Broomfield several times a week. I live about a stone’s throw from the city boundaries and a few times a month I host a Concealed Carry class within the…

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TN Legal Win Lowers The Age For Carrying a Handgun to 18

On Monday a United States District Court judge in Tennessee issued a directive in the case Beeler v Long. The plaintiffs, Blake Beeler, Logan Ogle, and the Firearms Policy Coalition, Inc. challenged TN laws pertaining to possession or carrying firearms. Beeler specifically said laws restricting 18-20-year-old adults from possessing firearms, or prohibiting them from obtaining…

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A4769 – NJ’s New Restrictive Gun Law Sure to End up in Court

While families in New Jersey were busy buying matching pajamas for Christmas pictures, the New Jersey Legislature worked on passing gun law. The law, A4769, makes the state’s existing gun law, which is already restrictive, and turns the screws even harder on legal, non-criminal gun owners. A4769 – We’ve Seen These Laws Before — While…

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