Thursday, February 23, 2012

Gun News

CBS has new revelation in Zapata slaying, and Sen. Grassley is not happy

‘Bulletproof Mind’ empowers gun owners to prepare for, respond to violence

UN Arms Trade Treaty: It depends on what the meaning of the word ‘consensus’ is

Gun owners who legally transport and store weapons in their vehicles would have better defined property rights under a measure debated Wednesday in the Legislature's Judiciary Committee.

The Wyoming House of Representatives rejected legislation Wednesday that would have banned firearms in county buildings housing a circuit or district court.

Two bills in the state House of Representatives could change the laws for South Carolina gun owners in 2012. 

The House Judiciary Committee voted 19-4 this month to approve a bill that would, in effect, penalize municipalities that have enacted laws that require gun owners to report lost or stolen firearms to police.

Prosecutors recently sentenced a Texas man, Manuel Barba, for trafficking a weapon connected to the murder of Immigration and Customs (ICE) Agent Jaime Zapata. Nobody was more astonished to learn of the case than Zapata's parents, who didn't know that Barba had been arrested or linked to their son's murder. 

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