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Today, July 1, two NRA-backed bills that were passed in the Idaho Legislature and signed into law by Governor Butch Otter (R) during the 2014 legislative session will take effect. The NRA believes it is important that all citizens in Idaho understand the basic legal parameters of each of these new laws. We encourage all individuals who wish to …
As previously reported, yesterday, Michigan Governor Rick Snyder (R) signed into law a bill that expands firearms safety training opportunities for Michigan youth. House Bill 5085, which took immediate effect as Public Act 201 of 2014, corrects an unduly burdensome restraint on youth firearm education by reasonably expanding the class of individual…
Thanks to your calls and e-mails, the Michigan Senate passed both House Bill 5085 and Senate Bill 789 yesterday….
House Bill 5085, a youth firearm education bill that corrects an unduly burdensome restraint on youth firearm education by reasonably expanding the class of individuals who are allowed to supervise and instruct Michigan youth on the safe use of pistols, is awaiting action by the Michigan Senate. …
Michigan: Firearms Records Confidentiality Package Passes Both Chambers, Youth Firearm Education Bill Still Awaiting Senate Action
Today, the final three bills included in the Firearms Records Confidentiality Package, Senate Bills 49, 834 and 881, passed in the Michigan House of Representatives with overwhelming bipartisan support. These bills will now be returned to the state Senate for a recommendation of immediate effect. …
Today, an important youth firearm education bill passed unanimously in the Michigan Senate Judiciary Committee. House Bill 5085 now goes to the Senate floor for consideration. Introduced by state Representative Phil Potvin (R-102), HB 5085 corrects an unduly burdensome restraint on youth firearm education by reasonably expanding the class of in…
One August night in 1987 four young men stood on a stage and sang these lyrics: “the murder goes unseen, does only God and my heart hear the babies’ silent scream?” In the crowd was a young man who only one week before had given his life to Christ after years of drug abuse and […]…
The Pennsylvania Game Commission recently approved regulations to implement Senate Bill 623 from the 2013 legislative session. Final approval and adoption of this proposal is expected at the Pennsylvania Game Commission meeting in April. Sponsored by state Senator Jake Corman (R-34), SB 623 seeks to increase adult participation in hunting by …
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Michigan: Bill to Expand Safe and Responsible Firearm Training for Michigan Youth Unanimously Passed in House Committee
Today, the Michigan House Natural Resources Committee unanimously passed House Bill 5085 with recommendation. The NRA thanks members of this committee for voting in favor of this important pro-gun bill and sending HB 5085 to the House floor….
Police: 9 Teen Boys Still Missing from Ranch for Troubled Youth, Countering Ranch Attorney Who Said They’re Safe; Ranch Investigated for Abuse
Story by the Associated Press; curated by Dave Urbanski
HILLSBORO, N.M. (AP) — State police say they’re still searching for nine teenagers reported missing from a ranch for troubled youth in New Mexico.
That’s despite an earlier statement from an attorney for the Tierra Blanca High Country Youth Program that the nine boys are safe and being returned to their parents.
Famous Comedian’s Blunt Advice for Nation’s Youth: ‘You’re Going to Be Dealing With a Lot of Idiots’
Lewis Black, 65, has always garnered multiple generations of fans. The bespectacled, perpetually annoyed, middle-finger-wagging comedian pays attention to pop culture and current events and dislikes Democrats and Republicans, so younger listeners typically love the guy.
Which is why GQ magazine asked Black to offer advice to millennials. Here’s a smattering of what he passed along to our nation’s youth: