Thursday, October 13, 2011

Gun News

Firearms Interstate Commerce Reform Act Introduced

Recognizing the need to revamp outdated and restrictive gun laws, U.S Senators Mark Begich (D Alaska) and Orrin Hatch (R Utah) have introduced the Firearms Interstate Commerce Reform Act. The bill allows for the interstate sale of firearms and removes several antiquated and unnecessary restrictions imposed on interstate firearms transactions.

Read About It: The U.S. Senate

Quick fix didn't moot Chicago gun law suit

Chicago's restrictions on gun ranges, implemented in the wake of a landmark Supreme Court decision striking down the city's handgun ban, may violate the Second Amendment, a federal judge ruled.

Read About It: Courthouse News Service

Measure to protect Second Amendment rights for vets clears House

Montana's Congressman, Denny Rehberg, today praised the House for passing his Veterans Second Amendment Protection Act as a part of a larger piece of vets related legislation. Rehberg's bill, which was included in H.R.2349, protects veterans gun rights unless they are determined to be a danger to themselves or others by a judicial authority.

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