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Under Massachusetts law, gun owners are required to keep their weapons stored in a locked container or locked in some other way. During the selectmen’s discussion last week, Selectman Barry Greenfield asked the town’s legal counsel to provide an opinion on whether that provision could be locally enforced.”We need the ability to enforce the state law,” Greenfield said, accord ing to Patch’s coverage of the meeting on Nov. 6, before asking if police in Swampscott, a town of about 14,000 people on the North Shore, would have the authority to inspect gun storage. Would it be legal, Greenfield asked, for police to make sure gun owners are complying with those standards?
We know the IRS spent in the neighborhood of $ 60,000 for a Star Trek parody video, but years earlier the man who is now the Director of the National Security Agency designed a “war room” inspired by the USS Enterprise from Star Trek. The doors reportedly even make the “whoosh” sound when they slide open and closed:
Texas: Once Again, Campus Carry Not On Call For Third Special Session – Elected Officials Weigh In With Governor Perry
It remains to be seen whether state lawmakers can resolve their differences over a transportation bill, the failure of which caused the Governor to bring them back for a third month in a row, and whether Governor Perry would then add more items to the call, including legislation that is critical to your right to self-defense.
During the debate about the 20-week late-term abortion ban in Texas, members of the pro-abortion mob made death threats on a number of officials. Now, Texas law enforcement officials are looking into tweets that called for the killing of pro-life elected officials, such as Governor Rick Perry.
Two Twitter accounts have had their records subpoenaed by the Texas Department of Public Safety for threats against Texas lawmakers during the recent debate surrounding the state’s new abortion regulations.
WASHINGTON (TheBlaze/AP) — The chairman of the House Oversight Committee has subpoenaed four State Department officials as part of the panel’s investigation of the deadly assault on the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, last year.
Republican Rep. Darrell Issa said in a statement and letter to Secretary of State John Kerry on Monday that delays in scheduling interviews with the officials were taking too long and he had no choice.
North Carolina health officials have allowed a southeast Charlotte abortion clinic to reopen, but vow they will closely monitor operations at A Preferred Woman’s Health Center. The abortion clinic was shut down in early May, the second time the clinic has lost its license.
The first occasion was in February 2007, when, as the Charlotte Observer reported, “state investigators found as many as 16 safety and regulatory issues at the clinic, according to a letter DHHS sent the clinic.”