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Texas Lawmaker Files 'Pop-Tart Gun' Bill

Proving that common sense isn't necessarily common, a recent spate of bills have been filed to ease "zero tolerance" restrictions on child's play.

Court Upholds Florida's Firearm Owners' Privacy Act

The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the state of Florida and law-abiding gun owners over activist doctors and the gun-control lobby.

The Right to Carry...Pop Tarts

Florida has recently passed legislation designed to ease some of the more onerous "zero tolerance" policies toward children and oddly-shaped breakfast foods.

Appeals Court: Florida College Students Can Keep Firearms in Cars

A legal victory in Florida prohibits Florida's public colleges from restricting students from exercising their Second Amendment rights on their own property.

Annual Muster Weekend at National Navy UDT-SEAL Museum

Fans of U.S. Naval Special Warfare, veterans and their families will have an exciting event this weekend in Pierce, FL.

CCW Permits for Florida Women Older Than 65 Leap 600 Percent in Past Decade

Women make up about 1/5 of Florida's 1 million people licensed to carry concealed.

Florida On Track to Hit One Million CCW Permits This Summer

The number of Floridians permitted to carry handguns for personal protection rose by nearly one-third for the first five months of 2012, compared with the same period a year earlier.

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