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Clinton-Appointed Judge Upholds Maryland’s “Assault Weapon” and “Large” Magazine Bans in Ultra-Biased Opinion

This week’s ruling by the judge of the U.S. District Court for the District of Maryland reminds us why it is important to elect U.S. senators who will reject an anti-gun president’s anti-gun nominees to the federal courts, and to elect presidents who will not nominate anti-gunners in the first place….
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“Why Not One? Why Not Zero?” Gov. Christie Vetoes N.J. Magazine Ban

On Wednesday last week, New Jersey’s Gov. Chris Christie (R) vetoed legislation that would have banned the possession of ammunition magazines holding more than 10 rounds. Such magazines are most commonly used in handguns and general-purpose semi-automatic rifles kept for defensive purposes. …
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New Jersey: Magazine Capacity Restriction Vetoed

Today, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie (R) vetoed A.2006/S.993, sponsored by Assembly Majority Leader Louis Greenwald (D-6) and Senate Majority Leader Loretta Weinberg (D-37).  This legislation sought to arbitrarily lower New Jersey’s magazine restriction from fifteen rounds to ten.  New Jersey is one of only a handful of states that already…
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New Jersey: Gun and Magazine Ban Legislation Awaiting Governor’s Action

As previously reported, legislation banning certain popular firearms and restricting the maximum capacity of ammunition magazines from 15 to 10 rounds was sent to Governor Chris Christie (R) for his consideration.  …
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New Jersey: Magazine and Gun Ban Legislation Passes and Goes to Governor

As previously reported, the New Jersey Senate passed A.2006/S.993, legislation banning certain popular firearms and restricting the maximum capacity of ammunition magazines from 15 to 10 rounds.  A.2006/S.993, as amended, passed yesterday in the Assembly by a 44 to 34 vote….
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N.J. Assembly to vote on magazine bill

The New Jersey Assembly is scheduled to vote on a bill that would outlaw ammunition magazines that hold more than 10 rounds.The bill has cleared the state Senate and would go to Gov. Chris Christie for his consideration….
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Another Magazine Ban in the Works

Legislation to ban ammunition magazines holding more than 10 rounds, with no exemption for those already owned, is one step closer to becoming law in New Jersey.  The Wall Street Journal reports that on Tuesday “the state Senate’s influential law and public safety committee supported a bill that would reduce the ammunition capacity of gun ma…
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New Jersey: Senate to Consider Magazine and Gun Ban Legislation on Monday

On Monday, May 12, the New Jersey Senate is scheduled to consider Senate Bill 993 at noon.  As previously reported, S.993 seeks to restrict the maximum capacity of ammunition magazines from 15 to 10 rounds and ban certain popular firearms….
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New Jersey: Senate Committee Passes Magazine and Gun Ban Legislation

Today, the Senate Law and Public Safety Committee passed Senate Bill 993 today on a party line 3 to 2 vote.  As previously reported, S.993 seeks to restrict the maximum capacity of ammunition magazines from 15 to 10 rounds and ban certain popular firearms.  …
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Colorado: House committee rejects effort to repeal magazine limit

The debate over Colorado’s 2013 law that limits ammunition magazines to 15 rounds returned to the state Capitol on Monday as legislators weighed whether to repeal it. Though after several hours of testimony it died on a party-line vote in the Democrat-controlled House State Affairs committee….
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Colorado firearms magazine maker leaving state due to new gun laws

Magpul Industries, a manufacturer of ammunition magazines, is moving its corporate headquarters to Texas, making good on its threat to leave its base in Colorado because of new restrictions on guns.”Moving operations to states that support our culture of individual liberties and personal responsibility is important,” Magpul Chief Executive Richard …
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Federal judge upholds New York’s “SAFE Act” ban on “assault weapons”, rejects 7-round magazine limit

New York’s new gun control law is constitutional and should remain largely in effect, a federal judge in Buffalo ruled today. Chief U.S. District Judge William M. Skretny said the law, a response to the Sandy Hook shootings that killed 20 children and six adults, is not a violation of the Second Amendment. The one exception Skretny found was the …
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Boston Magazine: “Court Battle Over ‘Pro-Israel’ Billboards Could Be a ‘Tough Win’ For the MBTA”

Boston Magazine has a fair, balanced and reasoned analysis of today’s court battle in Boston. The writer, a Boston College college professor was interviewed here on FOX. “The Court Battle Over ‘Pro-Israel’ Billboards Could Be a ‘Tough Win’ For the MBTA” Boston Magazine, December 3, 2013 An expert from Boston College weighs in as the transit…
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California: San Francisco Residents: Contact NRA Lawyers to Discuss Pending Magazine Possession Ban

The San Francisco Board of Supervisors recently passed a ban on the possession of so-called “large-capacity magazines,” defined as ammunition feeding devices capable of holding more than ten rounds.  It is expected that the Mayor of San Francisco will sign the ordinance into law any day now.  Once this ban goes into effect, residents will have a short window of time to surrender their magazines to police or remove them from the City.  
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Time Magazine Asks: Who Needs Kids Anyway? Extols the Child-Free Life

I miscarried my first child less than a month ago, so I see babies or lack of babies everywhere.

When the latest issue of TIME arrived at my home (it was free, okay, shut up) with the words “THE CHILDFREE LIFE” emblazoned across the cover, I just sort of rolled my eyes. “When having it all means not having children,” read the sub-head. I looked at the cover photo of a young, relaxed couple lounging on the beach. The woman wore giant sunglasses and a little Mona Lisa smile that I guess is supposed to communicate her disdain for her uterus and her utter satisfaction with her size-4, cellulite-free, vacation-filled life.