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on June 3, 2015 in E News

Parliamentarians Take Part in 4th Annual Parliamentary Outdoors Caucus Shooting Day at the Range

Bob Zimmer M.P. Prince George-Peace River News Release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE June 2, 2015 Parliamentarians Take Part in 4th Annual Parliamentary Outdoors Caucus Shooting Day at the Range OTTAWA –Parliamentarians from all federal parties took part in the 4th Annual Parliamentary Outdoors Caucus Shooting Day at the Range today, an annual event hosted by Tony Bernardo and the Canadian Shooting Sports Association, Phil Morlock and the Outdoor Caucus Association of Canada, and the Canadian Sporting Arms and Ammunition Association. Approximately 60 Members of Parliament, Senators, and senior staff made the trip to the Stittsville Shooting Ranges to learn more about… View Article

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on May 29, 2015 in E News

Special Report – May 29, 2015

Special Report – May 29, 2015 ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ BILL C-42 PASSES THIRD READING Bill C-42, the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act has passed Third Reading in the House of Commons, and has been referred to the Senate. Minister Blaney made the following comments: “Our Government is pleased to follow through on our plan to support law-abiding firearms owners while keeping communities safe and secure. With the adoption today by the House of Commons, this significant bill now moves to the Senate for the next stage of the legislative process. I introduced...

Special Report – May 29, 2015 ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ BILL C-42 PASSES THIRD READING Bill C-42, the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act has passed Third Reading in the House of Commons, and...

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on May 25, 2015 in E News

DAILY ALERT FOR Friday, May 22, 2015

DAILY ALERT FOR Friday, May 22, 2015 ________________________________________ TOWNHALL.COM Katie Pavlich: A Liberal Woman Admits She Has a Gun And It’s Awesome Earlier this week a woman named Jenna Glasser published a piece titled “I’m a Lefty With a Gun” over at xoJane as an “unpopular opinion.” She writes about why she bought a gun as a liberal who is supposed to be against them. Her choice to be a firearm owner comes down to two main things: personal security and fun (bolding is mine). LEGAL & LEGISLATION South Carolina: Update on Legislation in the Palmetto State The 2015...

DAILY ALERT FOR Friday, May 22, 2015 ________________________________________ TOWNHALL.COM Katie Pavlich: A Liberal Woman Admits She Has a Gun And It’s Awesome Earlier this week a woman named Jenna Glasser published a piece titled “I’m a Lefty With a...

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on May 22, 2015 in E News

DAILY ALERT FOR Wednesday, May 20, 2015

DAILY ALERT FOR Wednesday, May 20, 2015 ________________________________________ LEGAL & LEGISLATION Missouri: 2015 Legislative Session Ends with School Security Funding During the Missouri 2015 Legislative Session, Governor Jay Nixon (D) signed numerous budget bills that included budgetary line items relating to school safety and security measures. Along with active shooter training and other measures already in place, these items address the issue of creating a safer school environment by making Missouri more compliant with the NRA’s National School Shield Program. THE WASHINGTON TIMES Debunking the gun control myths with real voter polling As president of the National Rifle Association during… View Article

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on May 21, 2015 in E News

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Court weighs review of San Francisco gun control scheme Reason.com Despite the Supreme Court’s unequivocal judgment invalidating trigger lock-type regulations for guns lawfully kept at home, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit voted last year to uphold a San Francisco gun control law that requires that any handgun kept at home be “stored in a locked container or disabled with a trigger lock.” Will the Supreme Court allow the 9th Circuit to openly flout one of its precedents? We may soon find out.   VETERANS ISSUES Army wants invisible uniforms Popular Science Camouflage, the art of making… View Article

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on May 19, 2015 in E News

NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS VOLUME 22, NUMBER 19

NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS VOLUME 22, NUMBER 19 ________________________________________ NEWS Bloomberg to Launch Proprietary Anti-Gun Media Arm The ceaseless torrent of anti-gun commentary from the New York Times, Washington Post, MSNBC, and other “mainstream” media outlets, apparently isn’t enough for billionaire firearm prohibitionist Michael Bloomberg. On May 8, Capital reported that the ex-mayor of New York is developing a “news operation” to work alongside his Everytown for Gun Safety organization in furtherance of his megalomaniacal gun control agenda. LEGAL & LEGISLATION House Passes NRA-Backed Legislation to Reign in Mass Surveillance On the heels of a decision by the U.S. Court of...

NRA-ILA GRASSROOTS VOLUME 22, NUMBER 19 ________________________________________ NEWS Bloomberg to Launch Proprietary Anti-Gun Media Arm The ceaseless torrent of anti-gun commentary from the New York Times, Washington Post, MSNBC, and other “mainstream” media outlets, apparently isn’t enough for billionaire...

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on May 12, 2015 in E News

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Judge allows lawsuit against firearms ordinance to proceed San Jose Mercury News A judge has denied Pleasant Hill’s request to dismiss a lawsuit challenging its ordinance regulating firearms and ammunition sales. Contra Costa Superior Court Judge George V. Spanos’ ruling clears the way for a trial to decide whether the city improperly approved the ordinance, which requires a police permit for gun dealers and restricts where new dealers can be located.   Lawmakers furious California Department of Justice will miss firearms seizure deadline The Associated Press via KMAX-TV The state Department of Justice will miss its deadline to end a… View Article

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on May 12, 2015 in E News

DAILY ALERT FOR Monday, May 11, 2015

DAILY ALERT FOR Monday, May 11, 2015 ________________________________________ LEGAL & LEGISLATION Iowa: Pro-Gun Omnibus Bill Stalled in Senate, Your Action Needed Immediately Session is nearing a close in The Hawkeye state. Important pro-gun provisions remain on the table and are in danger of going unheard by the Iowa Senate for yet another session. LEGAL & LEGISLATION Oregon: Governor Brown Signs Egregious “Universal” Background Check Bill In unfortunate news for gun owners in Oregon, Governor Kate Brown (D) signed into law Senate Bill 941 today, legislation that expands background checks to private transfers. The background check portion of this bill...

DAILY ALERT FOR Monday, May 11, 2015 ________________________________________ LEGAL & LEGISLATION Iowa: Pro-Gun Omnibus Bill Stalled in Senate, Your Action Needed Immediately Session is nearing a close in The Hawkeye state. Important pro-gun provisions remain on the table and...

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on May 2, 2015 in E News

Team CSSA E-NEWS – May 1, 2015

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION Team CSSA E-NEWS – May 1, 2015 – ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ COMMENTARY – BILL C-42, THE COMMON SENSE FIREARMS LICENSING ACT (presented by Tony Bernardo, Executive Director | CSSA | April 30, 2015) Brief to the House of Commons’ Standing Committee on Public Safety and National Security at SECU #66 The Canadian Shooting Sports Association and its members support Bill C-42. It is the intention of this brief to draw the attention of the SECU committee to a number of areas that require attention or clarification. 1. CHANGES...

CANADIAN SHOOTING SPORTS ASSOCIATION Team CSSA E-NEWS – May 1, 2015 – ** Please share this with your friends ** Unsubscribe ________________________________________ COMMENTARY – BILL C-42, THE COMMON SENSE FIREARMS LICENSING ACT (presented by Tony Bernardo, Executive Director |...

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on April 22, 2015 in E News

DAILY ALERT FOR Tuesday, April 21, 2015

DAILY ALERT FOR Tuesday, April 21, 2015 ________________________________________ LEGAL & LEGISLATION Wisconsin: 48-Hour Waiting Period Repeal Bill Passes Senate Today, Senate Bill 35 was passed by the Wisconsin state Senate on a voice vote. SB 35, authored by state Senator Van Wanggaard (R-21), would repeal Wisconsin’s antiquated 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases. Senate Bill 35 will now head over to the Assembly. LEGAL & LEGISLATION Minnesota: Progress on Passage of Pro-Gun Measures Continues in St. Paul Your NRA-ILA is working closely with legislators to keep pro-gun measures moving forward for Minnesotans. Last night in the House Ways and...

DAILY ALERT FOR Tuesday, April 21, 2015 ________________________________________ LEGAL & LEGISLATION Wisconsin: 48-Hour Waiting Period Repeal Bill Passes Senate Today, Senate Bill 35 was passed by the Wisconsin state Senate on a voice vote. SB 35, authored by state...

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