Wednesday, February 8, 2012

Gun News

The names and addresses of concealed weapons permit holders would no longer be public information under a bill due for a vote in the House of Delegates Wednesday.
The bill from Del. Mark Cole, R Spotsylvania, says that court clerks shall withhold the name and any other information on a concealed carry permit application.

A proposed constitutional amendment that would make it harder for officials to limit who can buy and carry a gun is expected to come before Iowa lawmakers soon, and a key legislator said he's optimistic about its chances.

Read the article: The Associated Press

Illinois residents with firearm owner identification cards would have more leeway in renewing them if the General Assembly passes legislation proposed by Rep. Adam Brown, R Decatur.

The contentious long gun registry is getting closer to its date with the firing squad.
Candice Hoeppner, parliamentary secretary to Public Safety Minister Vic Toews, said in a statement that the government is "one step closer to eliminating the wasteful and ineffective long gun registry once and for all."

Read the article: Postmedia News (Canada)

1 comment:

  1. Nice looking blog! Thank you for the info on Mitt Romney. I was unaware of his position on that. This certainly should give him a hard time in Texas!

    @Conservative Outrage, the blog