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Ohio: Right to Carry Reform Bill Passes Committee Vote
Today, Substitute House Bill 142 passed the Ohio state House Committee on Federalism and Interstate Relations with a vote of 9-2. This bill will reform the requirement that a concealed handgun licensee notify a law enforcement officer that they are carrying a concealed handgun when stopped for a law enforcement purpose, like a routine traffic stop.  Substitute HB 142 will nowhead to the House floor for consideration.  Please contact your representative and urge them to SUPPORT this important Right to Carry legislation.  Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your representative.

Wisconsin: Constitutional Carry Passes Committee Vote
Today, Senate Bill 169 passed the Senate Judiciary Committee with a vote of 3-2.  SB 169 would allow for the concealed carry of a firearm without a concealed carry license anywhere in the state where an individual is legally allowed to be.  SB 169 will now head to the Senate floor for consideration. Please contact your senator and urge them to SUPPORT this important Right to Carry legislation.  Click the “Take Action” button below to contact your senator.

Join President Donald Trump This Friday for a Campaign Rally for Luther Strange!
This Friday, September 22nd at 7 pm at the Von Braun Center Arena in Huntsville, President Donald Trump will be holding a rally for Luther Strange! Doors open at 4pm.  Please plan to attend! To register for the event, please click HERE.  

Why Virginians can’t trust Ralph Northam on campaign-finance reform
For those unfazed by conflicts of interest, maybe gun control is more persuasive. The Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund vowed to spend $1 million to assist Virginia Democrats, $450,000 of which will go directly to aiding Northam’s campaign.

Outside Money Floods Virginia Governor Race
The race has also been a battleground over gun control, with the National Rifle Association endorsing Gillespie. On the other side of the issue, former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety Action Fund says it will spend $700,000 for Northam. A spokesman for the Coalition to Stop Gun Violence, which has vouched for Northam, said it is also “looking into some opportunities” to run advertisements in October.

Treat hunters with respect, not condescension
Law-abiding gun owners are tired of reading articles from elitist advocates for gun control. The latest example was Dana Milbank’s Sept. 12 Washington Sketch column, “Sportsmen rejoice! Kevlar won’t save those turkeys.”

Interior's Ryan Zinke issues order to boost hunting, fishing in parks and monuments
Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke signed an order Friday to expand hunting and fishing on public lands, parks, and monuments while enhancing conservation and wildlife management.

U.K. Considers Arming More Police
Amid terror surge, police wonder whether more than the current 5% of officers should carry guns.

NRA's Eddie Eagle gun-safety effort transcends politics
Todd said gun safety and the NRA in general have become very politicized, but she doesn't want that to deter anyone from the Eddie Eagle program."A lot of people see the NRA and assume the program is just designed to get kids interested in guns, but it's the exact opposite — it's telling them to stay away," Todd said. "It's all about safety, there's no political agenda."

Wyoming: School employees with guns?
The Ten Sleep School Board unanimously decided to delve deeper in to the new state law that allows possession of firearms by school district employees.