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CAM & CO FEATURED GUEST: JOHN LOTT
Heading to Nashville for the NRA Annual Meetings & Exhibits? Dr. John Lott of the Crime Prevention Research Center provides info on where you can and can’t carry your gun. Watch the Cam & Co segment below.
The researcher talks about the results of his survey on restaurant policies in the city.
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In this month's NRA America's 1st Freedom: Former BATFE Agent Jay Dobyns risked his life infiltrating the notorious Hells Angels biker gang, only to be bullied and left unprotected by the agency afterward. Now seven Department of Justice attorneys battling him in court have been accused of fraud by the judge. Read “DOJ Malfeasance”: http://goo.gl/gp34qM Watch Ginny Simone’s Report on Jay Dobyns from 2014: http://goo.gl/5B2Fel
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Tune in now to Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler, and hear from featured guests including Chuck Michel — he discusses the latest out of California, where a U.S. appeals court will now reconsider a decision that made it easier to obtain a concealed carry permit. Today’s full lineup of guests:

Ed Morrissey, Hot Air
Brian Lilley, The Blaze
Tim Graham, Media Research Center
Chuck Michel, Michel & Associates
Kaitlyn Schallhorn, Campus Reform
Tony Katz, All Patriots Media

Cam & Co is a program of NRA News and airs online at www.NRANews.com from 2-5p ET.
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Sen. Marco Rubio of Florida has introduced a bill that would ban local elected officials in the nation’s capital from enacting gun-control laws. The bill introduced Thursday would essentially leave the District of Columbia governed only by federal gun laws. Rubio says in a statement that District leaders have infringed on residents’ Second Amendment rights and left them “vulnerable to criminals.”
A likely Republican presidential candidate has introduced a bill that would ban local elected officials in the nation's capital from enacting gun-control laws.
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Tune in now to Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler, and hear from featured guests including Valinda Rowe — she brings us the latest from Illinois where, as concealed carry enters its second year, some officials who initially opposed the law have now thrown their support behind it. Today’s full lineup of guests:

Kerry Picket, The Daily Caller
Valinda Rowe, Illinois Carry
David Webb, The David Webb Show
Jed Babbin, The American Spectator
Andrew Langer, Institute for Liberty
Dr. AWR Hawkins, Breitbart News

Cam & Co is a program of NRA News and airs online at www.NRANews.com from 2-5p ET.
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Oregon's attorney general, along with prosecutors, police and domestic violence advocates, urged state lawmakers Wednesday to give police the power to remove guns from people who face restraining orders or have have been convicted of domestic violence-related misdemeanors.
Senate Bill 525 would prohibit those in Oregon who are subject to a restraining order that was upheld by a judge after a court hearing, or who have been convicted of a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence from possessing guns or ammunition. It would give local and state police the authority to search for and seize the firearms.
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Thanks to one of our Cam & Co viewers, Gary Fischbach, for sending along the following article about the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League — they’ll be hosting more than 8,600 students representing 243 trap shooting and 25 skeet shooting teams for the 2015 spring season. Impressive turnout!
The Minnesota State High School Clay Target League (MSHSCTL) will host more than 8,600 registered student athletes representing 243 trap shooting and 25 skeet shooting high school teams for the 2015 spring season. Led by the support of their schools and more than 2,400 volunteer coaches, thousands of student athletes will participate in shooting sports …
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The NRA is celebrating the start of the spring season by giving away an all new Ruger SR1911 Lightweight Commander! Enter now for your chance to win! http://woobox.com/wp5snh
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A Texas state representative introduced legislation to abolish gun-free zones throughout the state. Rep. Drew Springer (R-Muenster) pointed out that his bill would only impact "responsible, law-abiding citizens,” as they are the only ones who now refrain from carrying guns in zones marked “gun free.”
On March 24 Texas state representative Drew Springer (R-Muenster) introduced legislation to abolish gun free zones throughout the state of Texas.
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A federal appeals court agreed Thursday to reconsider its decision to strike down a California law that requires applicants for a concealed firearms permit to show “good cause” beyond self-defense. The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said an expanded 11-judge panel of the court will reconsider the February 2014 decision.
A federal appeals court agreed Thursday to reconsider its decision to strike down a California law that requires applicants for a concealed-weapons permit to show "good cause" beyond self-defense.
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NRA News Special Report from Ginny Simone
ATF'S AMMO BAN: A TEST CASE

ATF may have pulled its ban on AR-15 ammunition for now, but the fight is far from over. It's clear the threat to ban this ammo is a test case — if they can ban the most popular round from the most popular sporting rifle, then ATF and Obama will go after every cartridge they can.

Watch the full report here: http://goo.gl/4Rs5rt

Tune in to www.NRANews.com/Ginny for more reports from Ginny Simone.
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Kansas is poised to join a handful of other states that allow their residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit after the Legislature gave final approval to a bill backed by the NRA.
TOPEKA, Kan. (AP) — Kansas is poised to join a handful of other states that allow their residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit after the Legislature gave final approval Wednesday to a bill backed by the…
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