Tennessee: Knoxville City Council to Consider Overturning Ban on Guns in City Parks!

On Thursday, September 3, the Knoxville City Council held a work session regarding the removal of a long-time ban on the possession of firearms within city parks.
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California: Political shootout over gun shows at the Cow Palace

With the close of this year’s legislative session fast approaching, a bill that would ban gun shows at the Cow Palace in Daly City is expected to go before the state Assembly by Sept. 11.
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Israel: Sportsmen band together to protect hunting

Hunters are coming together for their first ever organized meeting on September 12. They plan to form a unified body capable of standing up to the Nature and Parks Authority, the organization charged with regulating sport hunting, which they feel is going too far with the restrictions it is putting into place.
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Texas: New Right-to-Carry laws

This year’s legislative session made several changes regarding concealed handgun licenses.
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MSNBC’s Maddow opposes armed self-defense

“I like making liberals shoot guns — I just don’t think we should be allowed to bring them home,” Maddow said. “It’s like I mean you go to the carnival you know, like the roller coasters — it’s fun. But that doesn’t mean you get one to come home with. Doesn’t mean you get to do your own home roller coaster — just leave it there, it’s a game.”
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Montana: Hunters buy nearly 2,600 wolf hunting licenses

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Nebraska Attorney General Drafts Concealed Carry Recognition List

Attorney General Jon Bruning (R) recently completed a comprehensive review of the concealed handgun laws in all fifty states. This review was done in advance of LB 430 going into effect on Sunday, August 30. As a result of this review, the Attorney General’s Office has also compiled a list of states whose Right-to-Carry permits will be recognized in Nebraska.
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