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3 Great Nine-Line Apparel Shirts to Show Your 2nd Amendment Support

Nine-Line Apparel partnered with the National Rifle Association to offer these Overwatch-pattern shirts in several options.

NRA Launches 'Gun Rights Week in Review' Column

America's First Freedom, one of the National Rifle Association's official journals, brought Frank Miniter on board to highlight the battle for gun rights across the country.

NH Bill Forges New Ground for Anti-Gun Lobby

NH House Bill 1368 would require the seller, purchaser and owner of a firearm to be covered by a liability insurance policy.

Gun-Rights Initiative Approved by Coos County, OR, Voters

Voters in Coos County, OR, this week overwhelmingly approved a ballot measure that sought to prohibit enforcement of restrictive partisan firearms legislation recently enacted in Oregon.

Measure Introduced to Remove Suppressors from NFA Regulations

Landmark legislation that would significantly alter and simplify how firearms suppressors are purchased and sold in the U.S. has been introduced in the U.S. House of Representatives.

Utah High Court Upholds Right of Self Defense for Employees

The Utah Supreme Court has sided with a group of Wal-Mart employees who were fired after altercations with suspected shoplifters who were armed, ruling that the workers had the right to engage in self-defense.

Houston Zoo Must Remove ‘No Guns’ Signage

A privately owned zoo in Houston, Tex. may no longer violate its patrons’ civil rights and prohibit those with valid Concealed Handgun Licenses from carrying handguns on the property.

Louisiana, Mississippi to Observe 2nd Amendment Tax Holiday This Weekend

Louisiana and Mississippi will observe 2nd Amendment tax holiday this weekend.

High-Capacity Magazine Ban Signed by Los Angeles Mayor

A ban on standard-capacity magazines has been signed into law by the mayor of Los Angeles.

Seattle Poised to Impose Tax on Firearms, Ammo

Despite recommendations to the contrary from firearms industry representatives and local gun dealers, a Seattle City Council committee on Wednesday, Aug. 5 voted unanimously to approve an ordinance to tax sales of guns and ammunition in Seattle and require gun owners to report the theft or loss of any firearm within 24 hours.

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