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A populist backlash against Colorado’s new gun-control laws claimed its third political casualty on Wednesday as a Democratic state senator resigned her seat rather than face a recall vote that could have cost her party control of the chamber….
Thank you to all NRA members and Second Amendment supporters who turned out in advance of the snowstorm in Santa Fe last Friday to voice opposition to HB 77, legislation by state Representative Miguel Garcia (D-ABQ) to ban private firearms transfers at gun shows. The interim legislative committee holding this public hearing did not vote on whethe…
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.
We’ve been told that HealthCare.gov will be up and running by the end of the month, but President Obama didn’t do much to inspire confidence before a room of OFA supporters Monday night. Rather than wait for the website to be fixed, he urged supporters to remember a time before the Internet, which wasn’t that long ago, after all.
Harry Reid says he doesn’t believe House Speaker John Boehner when he says he doesn’t have the votes to pass a continuing resolution bill to fund the entire government.
Noted Obama fanboy Chuck Todd chimes in, echoing Reid’s sentiment.
Boehner's claim that there aren't votes to pass a clean CR will only be believed if he actually tests the premise.—
Chuck Todd (@chucktodd) October 06, 2013
Wisconsin: Increased Hunter Opportunity Bill Overwhelmingly Passes State Senate, Heads to State Assembly for a Concurrence Vote
Today, on a voice vote, the Wisconsin Senate approved an amended version of Assembly Bill 194, legislation that would allow hunters to use a crossbow during the big game archery season. While this measure already passed the Assembly in June, it must return to the Assembly for a concurrence vote because of some changes the Senate made to the bill.
When legislators disregard the voice and will of the people who vote them into office, the people should rightly vote those legislators out of office.
California: Contact NOW State Senator Cathleen Galgiani — a Key Vote to Preserve California’s Second Amendment Rights and Hunting Heritage
State Senator Cathleen Galgiani is a key vote to stopping several anti-gun bills and one anti-hunting bill. She MUST hear your OPPOSITION to these bills TOMORROW, September 4. It is CRITICAL that you express your opposition during this final stretch of the 2013 legislative session in Sacramento. Contact information for Senator Galgiani is provided below.
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg of New York and the billionaire philanthropist Eli Broad have each donated hundreds of thousands of dollars. The National Rifle Association is buying political advertisements. New York’s junior senator sent a fund raising e mail. And the election has attracted news coverage from as far away as Sweden.All this over a homegrown campaign to oust two Democratic state senators who provided crucial support for a package of strict new state gun control laws. As the recall elections the first of their kind in Colorado’s history draw closer, the race has swelled from a local scuffle into a proxy battle in the nation’s wrenching fight over gun control.
On Friday, August 30th, the Assembly Appropriations Committee will be holding a series of historic votes on gun rights in California. Currently the following bills are in this committee suspense file due to the excessive cost of MILLIONS of dollars for implementation being imposed on YOU and the other citizens of California.
The originally scheduled vote on Texas’ ban on most abortions after 20 weeks was delayed after Sen. Wendy Davis’ 11-hour filibuster devolved into a midnight scream-fest. The Texas legislature was reconvened for a special session, and the state Senate closed in on another vote tonight. After 19 proposed amendments to the legislation were voted down and Senators prepared for a final vote, pro-abortion protesters began chaining themselves to a railing in the gallery.
Although polling data and massive public rallies show the Irish people are opposed, the Ireland Parliament took the first step to legalize some abortions with a 138-24 to allow abortions.
Pro-life activists were disappointed by the result of the Second Stage vote on abortion in the Dáil and are now preparing for a final vote next week.
Washington, DC (LiveActionNews) — Will the day ever come when pro-aborts develop enough of a conscience to stop slandering people they disagree with? Don’t count on it, if the brazen malice of Jezebel’s latest screed is anything to go by. Katie JM Baker writes on the Republican Party’s alleged inability to secure the female vote, even with the prominence of pro-life women such as Gov. Sarah Palin and Rep. Michele Bachmann.
Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid is promising a vote on gun control legislation tomorrow afternoon, including universal background checks, a magazine capacity limit and an assault weapon ban. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) also promised to offer an amendment permitting concealed weapons to be carried across state lines.
There will also be a vote on a concealed carry amendment from Sen John Cornyn R-TX—
Jamie Dupree (@jamiedupree) April 17, 2013