NYS Passes Sweeping Gun Control Measures In Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling, And It’ll Blow Your Mind

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ALBANY, NEW YORK — In response to last week’s Supreme Court ruling that removed the requirement for “proper cause” when seeking out a concealed carry permit, New York has made a bold move to lay down a number of additional requirements and rules surrounding the permitting process, and carrying firearms. Places that will be off-limits […]

New Jersey To Go Shall Issue In Wake Of Supreme Court Ruling On Concealed Carry

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Big moves are happening across the Country in the wake of the Supreme Court ruling on a case in New York that fought the “proper cause” requirement for obtaining a concealed carry permit. This ruling is having immediate ripple effects, which first brought us the Attorney General of California on to say that they’ll be […]

BREAKING: California Attorney General Says No More Proof Of Good Cause Required For Issuing Concealed Carry Licenses

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As a direct result of the Supreme Court decision this week in New York, where they threw out the requirement to show “proper cause” when issuing a concealed carry permit, the California Attorney General has stated that “effective immediately, issuing authorities should no longer require proof of good cause for the issuance of a public-carry […]

BREAKING: Supreme Court Strikes Down NY Concealed Carry Law, Making It Easier To Carry Handguns In Public

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In a 6-3 ruling on the case New York State Rifle & Pistol Association, Inc. v. Bruen, the Supreme Court ruled in favor of lawfully armed citizens by striking down state requirements to show “proper cause” when seeking a concealed carry permit in New York. “In this case, petitioners and respondents agree that ordinary, law-abiding […]

Senate Announces Gun & Safety Agreement, NRA And President Biden Respond

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WASHINGTON, D.C. — A bipartisan group of senators has announced an agreement on a gun and safety package, and the National Rifle Association and President Biden were quick to respond. Making the announcement Sunday, June 12th, the lawmakers called the agreement a “commonsense, bipartisan proposal to protect America’s children, keep our schools safe, and reduce […]