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The 2nd Amendment is not outdated

By: Rob Natelson Tenth Amendment Center A lawyer in Boulder, Colorado, has been buying billboard space attacking the Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms. One billboard reads: IMAGINE HIGHWAYS USING TRAFFIC LAWS WRITTEN IN 1791. IMAGINE RADIO, TELEVISION, AND INTERNET RUN BY 1791 REGULATIONS. IMAGINE LIMITING YOURSELF TO MEDICAL CARE AVAILABLE IN 1791 THE SECOND AMENDMENT… Read more »

Texas Senate Committee Passes “Suppressor Freedom” Bill

AUSTIN, Texas (May 18, 2021) – Today, a Texas Senate committee passed a bill that would take the first two steps against National Firearms Act (NFA) restrictions on firearm sound suppressors. Rep. Tom Oliverson (R-Cypress) filed House Bill 957 (HB957) on Jan. 4. The legislation would repeal Texas code criminalizing owning a firearm “silencer,” more… Read more »

Signed as Law: Tennessee Prohibits “No-Knock” Warrants

A big win for justice NASHVILLE, Tenn. (May 19, 2021) – Yesterday, Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee signed a bill into law that prohibits “no-knock” warrants and takes a step toward nullifying several Supreme Court opinions in practice and effect. Sen. Mike Bell (R-Riceville) introduced Senate Bill 1380 (SB1380) on Feb. 11. The new law makes… Read more »

Alabama House Committee Passes Bill to Ban Enforcement of New Federal Gun Control by Executive Order

MONTGOMERY, Ala. April 27th, an Alabama House committee passed a bill that would set the foundation to end enforcement of future presidential executive orders relating to firearms. Passage into law would represent a small step toward neutering future federal gun control in Alabama. Sen. Gerald Allen (R) introduced Senate Bill 358 (SB358) on March 30…. Read more »

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