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On Tuesday, November 19, the state House Policy and Legislative Oversight Committee will consider and likely vote on House Bill 203, a measure that seeks to make common sense improvements to Ohio’s current concealed carry and self-defense laws.
Ohio: House Committees to Receive Public Comment on Important Hunting and Right-to-Carry Reform Bills on Tuesday
On Tuesday, October 29, two NRA-backed bills of importance to gun owners and sportsmen will be up for public comment in their respective state House committee.
On August 18, the Dubuque City Council voted 5 to 2 in favor of a city zoning ordinance amendment that would prohibit legitimate firearm sales in residential areas. A second hearing on this issue is scheduled at 6:30 p.m. on Tuesday, September 3 at the Historic Federal Building on 350 West Sixth Street in Dubuque. It is possible that a final vote will be taken at this time.
Minnesota Update: Public Testimony Addressing Ban on Permit-Holder Carry in the State Capitol on Tuesday
On Tuesday, August 20, the Advisory Committee on Capitol Security will meet from 10:00 am to 11:30 am in Room 15 of the State Capitol, located at 75 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard in St. Paul. The purpose of this Committee is to discuss and consider changes to current standards regulating firearms on the State Capitol complex. The outcome of this meeting will determine whether or not this Committee will recommend to the state Legislature a policy change, which would be a solution in search of a problem.
Why Were DHS Agents Seemingly Monitoring Multiple Tea Party IRS Protests Across the Country on Tuesday?
There were multiple reported sightings of agents with the Department of Homeland Security at several Tea Party-led IRS protests in states like Missouri, Florida, Illinois and Indiana. The rallies that occurred across the country on Tuesday were sparked by the IRS’ unfair targeting of conservative groups — one of the several scandals the Obama administration is dealing with.
What is unclear though is why federal officials felt the Tea Party presence required more than the attention of local law enforcement.