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Breitbart: Oregon’s Josephine County Sheriff David Daniel says the background checks contained in Senate Bill 941 are unenforceable and he won't enforce them, even if the legislature passes them. “I can’t enforce that law, so therefore it won’t be enforced," said Daniel. "It doesn’t fit on my scale of priorities.”
Oregon's Josephine County Sheriff David Daniel says the background checks contained in SB 941 are "unenforceable," and he will not bother.
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Tune in now to Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler​, and hear from featured guests including Sen. John Hoeven — he discusses the announcement by U.S. Customs that they will no longer require American hunters traveling internationally to obtain an IRS ID number in order to take personal firearms on hunting trips abroad. Today’s full lineup of guests:

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
Josh Waldron, Silencerco
Sen. John Hoeven, North Dakota
Doug Ritter, Knife Rights
Dale & Larry Pancake, Republic Forge (NRA Annual Meetings interview)
Ashe Schow, Washington Examiner
Tony Katz, "Tony Katz and the Morning News"

Cam & Co is a program of NRA News and airs online at www.NRANews.com from 2-5p ET.
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The U.S. Customs and Border Protection announced it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition, after meeting with representatives from the NRA, firearms industry and sportsmen’s groups, and key members of Congress. The new policy would have essentially stopped American hunters and sport shooters from traveling internationally with their personal firearms and ammunition.
The National Rifle Association today claimed victory for beating back an Obama administration policy that would have essentially stopped American hunters and sport shooters from travelling internationally with their personal firearms and ammunition.  The U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced today that it is returning to its previous system of facilitating the international transport of personal firearms and ammunition, after meeting...
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Check out the brand new www.Americas1stFreedom.org — it’s your new daily digital destination for the important news and commentary you need to continue to safeguard your right to keep and bear arms.
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Tune in now to Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler​, and hear from featured guests including Evan Nappen — the Second Amendment attorney discusses an appeals court ruling that denied a NJ man a gun permit because he was accused, although never convicted, of domestic violence. Today’s full lineup of guests:

Evan Nappen, Second Amendment Attorney
Josh Dorsey, Glock (NRA Annual Meetings interview)
Camden Webb, Attorney
Rep. Ken Buck, Colorado
Julie Gunlock, Independent Women's Forum
Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

Cam & Co is a program of NRA News and airs online at www.NRANews.com from 2-5p ET.
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Breitbart: Although Washington DC’s strict gun control requirements make it illegal for most people to carry a firearm under Washington, D.C.’s strict gun laws, Capitol Police say it is allowable for members of Congress to keep guns in their offices and to transport them as well, “as long as they are unloaded.”
DC Police: Members of Congress Can Keep Guns In Their Offices
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CAM & CO INTERVIEW: REP. KEN BUCK
Congressman Ken Buck of Colorado came under fire after he tweeted a picture of himself and Congressman Trey Gowdy posing in his office with an AR-15. Members of Congress may legally maintain firearms within the confines of their offices. Rep. Buck discusses the photo with Cam Edwards, as well as D.C. gun laws that still make it nearly impossible for residents to carry a firearm for self-defense.
The congressman talks about the bureaucratic hoops he jumped through to bring the firearm to his office.
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Not to be swayed by threats of veto, the Democrat-heavy Minnesota Senate approved an omnibus bill that included legalizing suppressors. The bill now proceeds to a conference committee made up of five representatives from the Republican-controlled House and five from the DFL-ran Senate to hammer out any differences, then on to Gov. Mark Dayton’s desk. Should Dayton reject the legislation, it could be overturned by a two-thirds vote of the state legislature, provided he authorizes a special veto session.
In response to the promise of a veto from Gov. Mark Dayton, the majority Democrat Minnesota Senate passed a measure to repeal the ban on otherwise legal suppressors in the state by a 40-23 vote Thursday.
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Albany Democrat-Herald: Despite several attempts by Oregon Republican lawmakers Thursday to derail legislation expanding background checks on gun sales, the proposal will be getting a full House vote. In a 5-4 party-line vote, Democrats on the House Rules Committee narrowly approved a bill requiring background checks for nearly all private firearm sales.
SALEM, Ore. (AP) — Despite several attempts by Oregon Republican lawmakers Thursday to derail legislation expanding background checks on gun sales, the proposal will be getting a full House vote.
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The HIll: The Senate on Thursday voted 56-43 to confirm Loretta Lynch for attorney general. NRA-ILA had opposed Obama's pick as she supports the position of banning so-called “assault weapons.”
The vote came more than 160 days after she was nominated by President Obama.
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CAM & CO INTERVIEW: RICK ECTOR
An Ann Arbor, Michigan priest who offered courses for concealed carry pistol licenses on church property has cancelled classes after being criticized by his superiors. Father Edward Fride posted on Facebook that he would obey the directive of Lansing Bishop Earl Boyea. Rick Ector, owner of Rick’s Firearm Academy of Detroit, discusses the pro-gun priest and the controversy surrounding his advocacy of firearms for self-defense. Watch the interview below.
The firearms instructor discusses the priest's use of church property to offer CPL courses.
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NBC DFW: Jewell Turner, 74, was waiting in her minivan outside her doctor’s office in Fort Worth when a man tapped on the glass of her driver’s side window. She rolled down the window when he said he needed directions. He chatted with her a minute, then stuck a knife to her throat and demanded her money. It was in that moment, Turner said, that she remembered she came prepared for an encounter such as this. “I just reached down, got the gun and turned around and pointed it to his face. And I told him, I said, ‘You back off, or I’ll blow your head off.’"
A Fort Worth grandmother thwarted her would-be robber Monday when she pulled a pistol from her purse and scared her assailant away.
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