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  • Florida Governor Rick Scott has Signed the Gun Club Tax Prohibition

    DATE:  June 16, 2015 TO:       USF & NRA Members and Friends FROM: Marion P. Hammer USF Executive Director NRA Past President Governor Rick Scott wasted no time and signed the Tax Cut bill today, Tuesday, June 16, 2015.  The Gun Club Tax prohibition of the bill takes effect on July 1, 2015. Governor Rick Scott wasted no time and signed the Tax Cut bill today, Tuesday, June 16, 2015.  The Gun Club Tax prohibition of the bill takes effect on&nb...

  • Florida emergency gun carry bill advances; guns on campus bill looks dead

    By WILLIAM MARCH Thu, Apr 9, 2015 @ 8:11 pm published by The Florida Times Union, Jacksonville.com TALLAHASSEE | The Florida House passed a bill Thursday allowing gun owners to take their weapons during mandatory emergency evacuations, sending it to Gov. Rick Scott for approval. However, bills allowing guns on university campuses and in public schools face an uncertain future.

  • Phoenix Loses "Guns Save Lives" Censorship Case

    Arizona Court of Appeals Sides with TrainMeAZ.com Popular Gun-Safety Bus-Stop Signs to Return • Big Win for First Amendment and Right to Keep and Bear Arms • As long as a commercial proposal is clearly displayed, supporting message is OK                         http://www.trainmeaz.com PHOENIX--A controversial gun-safety ad campaign is about to return to Phoenix, after the city lost its attempt to censor the project sponsored by a gun-s...

  • Georgia is Doing it Right — Safe Carry Protection Act of 2014

    By Dave Dolbee published on April 24, 2014 in Gun Rights, Legal Issues, News, Second Amendment When deciding which Governors are pro Second Amendment Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal gets a solid check mark beside his name. On Wednesday, Gov.

  • The “Assault Weapon” Rebellion

    Townhall Magazine | Apr 12, 2014 In the April issue of Townhall Magazine, Bearing Arms editor Bob Owens asks what would happen if a liberal government passed a new gun law but nobody obeyed it? Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy (D) signed what the Hartford Courant called “the toughest assault weapons legislation in the nation” last year.

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