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Ohio Cop Fired for Verbally Abusing CCW Holder

January 12, 2012
A Canton (Ohio) Police officer who threatened a concealed-carry permit holder at a traffic stop has been fired by his agency. Patrolman Daniel Harless can appeal Safety Director Thomas Ream's decision.

Video: Ohio Officer Under Investigation for Threatening CCW Holder

July 21, 2011
A Canton (Ohio) Police officer is now under investigation for his conduct at a traffic stop during which he verbally threatened a concealed-carry permit holder. The 17-minute video recorded on the cruiser's dash cam has been posted to YouTube by Ohioans for Concealed Carry.

Wisconsin Approves Concealed Carry

June 22, 2011
Wisconsin lawmakers lifted the state's ban on carrying concealed weapons Tuesday with a measure expected to be signed by Gov. Scott Walker. Once Wisconsin's measure takes effect this fall, Illinois will be the only state that bans carrying guns, knives and other concealed weapons.

Calif. Federal Judge: Concealed Carry Requires Specific Threat

May 17, 2011
In a Monday ruling, Judge Morrison England Jr. in Sacramento endorsed Yolo County Sheriff Ed Prieto's approach. In his opinion, Judge England wrote that the Second Amendment "does not create a fundamental right to carry a concealed weapon in public."

Arizona Governor Vetoes Campus Carry Bill

April 20, 2011
Arizona's Gov. Jan Brewer vetoed a bill that would allow guns on Arizona's college campuses. Brewer said she vetoed the campus gun bill because it was "poorly written."

Wyoming Approves Constitutional Carry

March 7, 2011
Wyoming has become the fourth state in the nation to adopt a law allowing its residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit. The right, which is often referred to as "constitutional carry," has also been passed in Alaska, Arizona, and Vermont.

Six States Consider Allowing Guns On College Campuses

February 3, 2011
Proposed laws in Arizona, Florida, Idaho, Nebraska, Oklahoma and Texas would bring new gun rights to students, teachers and others who attend college campuses.

Arizona Law Would Allow Guns On Campus

January 31, 2011
The Arizona Legislature is considering several new gun laws, including a "Firearms Omnibus" bill that would make Arizona the second state in the nation to require universities and communities to allow guns on campus and one of 10 that permit guns inside public government buildings such as the state Capitol.

Utah Univ. Cop On Leave for Gun-Memo Leak

January 7, 2011
A campus officer and security guard from the University of Utah are on paid administrative leave after leaking an internal memo about how to respond to open-carry.

Second Amendment v. Gun Control

October 1, 2010

As a result of these back-to-back rulings from the Supreme Court, neither the federal government nor any city, county, or state may enforce any law that creates a blanket prohibition against the possession of firearms by an individual in the home.

Chicago Mayor Says City Will Revise Gun Laws After High Court Ruling

June 28, 2010
"I'm disappointed by the decision, but it's not surprising," Mayor Daley said at a news conference. "We're still reviewing the entire decision, but it means that Chicago's current handgun ban is unenforceable…"

Supreme Court Rules for Gun Owners in Chicago Handgun Case

June 28, 2010
The Supreme Court on Monday extended the Second Amendment's right to keep and bear arms to the states in the second major victory for gun rights supporters in as many years.

Senate Defeats Concealed Carry Amendment

July 22, 2009
The U.S. Senate voted today against allowing people with concealed carry permits in their states to carry guns in all other states that have concealed carry laws.

To Keep and Bear Arms

February 1, 2009

Before traveling to another state where you intend to carry off duty, do a little research and inquire about local laws regulating firearms possession on private property.

St. Louis Alderman Calls on Residents to Carry Handguns for Safety

December 2, 2008
The alderman is pleading with constituents to get guns of their own — and learn how to use them. Troupe, who represents a swatch of north St. Louis, is encouraging residents to apply for concealed weapons permits so they can start carrying a firearm.

Foreign Correspondence

February 1, 2006

Statistics from countries that have tried it reveal that gun control is no answer for violent crime.

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