Massachusetts: Conference Committee Retains Egregious Anti-Gun Provision
Unfortunately, as predicted, the conference committee tasked with ironing out the differences between the House and Senate versions of an omnibus firearms bill adopted a report which still retains the most egregious provision, allowing issuing authorities to use discretion in issuing or denying FID cards. House Bill 4376 was reported by the conference committee late last night, and with less than 24 hours left in the legislative session, H.4376 is expected to be voted on sometime TODAY.
Gas station clerk wounds armed robber, The Virginian-Pilot, Hampton Roads, Va. 07/30/14
An armed man entered an Exxon station in Chesapeake, Va. and attempted to rob the store. The clerk on duty responded by retrieving a gun and firing at the robber, striking him and causing him to flee.
The robber was later captured by police as he sought medical attention at a nearby hospital.
Anti-Gun Bills Must be Stopped in Sacramento
There are three anti-gun bills that your state Legislators must OPPOSE. Your state Senator and Assemblyman MUST hear from you TODAY. Contact information can be found here. Below are the bills that MUST be OPPOSED and stopped in Sacramento: