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There is a bill in Washington, quietly introduced by Steve Stockman, R-Texas, that could change the game on national gun politics. If this bill passes committee and comes to a vote, it has the potential to put every politician in the House on record as being pro gun registration or anti gun registration — right before the 2014 elections and in plenty of time for the 2016 cycle.
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The Arizona Senate gave initial approval to four major pro-gun bills that Republicans said are necessary to protect Second Amendment rights. One would would impose fines on cities, towns and their lawmakers who enforce gun ordinances more strictly than the state's own laws. Another would ban cities, counties and towns from restricting the shooting of guns on private property.
PHOENIX (AP) â€" The Arizona Senate on Tuesday gave initial approval to four major pro-gun bills that Republicans said are necessary to protect 2nd Amendment rights. â€" House Bill 2339 would allow gun owners with concealed-carry permits to bring weapons into government buildings unless security measures â€" including armed guards, metal detectors and gun lockers â€" are in place. The measure, by Rep. Brenda Barton, R-Payson, excludes public K-...
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More gun-control bills are on the move in California. One of the bills, AB 2305, is noted by NRA-ILA as directly conflicting with the constitutional protections for carrying a firearm for self-defense as recently confirmed by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals.
Assembly Bill 2305 passed out of committee in California last week and "directly conflicts with the constitutional protections for carrying a firearm for self-defense as recently confirmed by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals," according to the National Rifle Association's Institute for Legislative Action.
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Today is the day that New York gun owners are required to have registered so-called “assault weapons” and “high-capacity” magazines. Author Frank Miniter of Forbes discusses the SAFE Act and how as many as one million citizens could become criminals as the deadline passes.
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Tune in to Cam & Co now and hear from featured guests:

FRANK MINITER, Forbes
DR. DAVID CORBIN, The Federalist
KEN KLUKOWSKI, Breitbart News
CHERYLYN HARLEY LEBON, Project 21
TIM LEE, Center for Individual Freedom

Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler, airs online at http://www.nranews.com/cam from 2-5 ET / 1-4 CT / Noon-3 MT / 11-2 PT.
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Tune in to Cam & Co now and hear from featured guests:

TABITHA HALE, Rare
TOM FITTON, Judicial Watch
TIM GRAHAM, Media Research Center
GAYLE TROTTER, Independent Women's Forum
KATIE PAVLICH, Townhall
LAURA CARNO, I Am Created Equal

Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler, airs online at http://www.nranews.com/cam from 2-5 ET / 1-4 CT / Noon-3 MT / 11-2 PT.
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Michael Bloomberg, making his first major political investment since leaving office, plans to spend $50 million this year building a nationwide grassroots network to motivate voters who feel strongly about curbing gun violence, an organization he hopes can eventually outmuscle the NRA. “We’ve got to make them afraid of us,” said Bloomberg.
Michael R. Bloomberg, the former mayor of New York City, said that gun control advocates had to learn from the National Rifle Association and punish those politicians who fail to support their agenda.
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Tune in to Cam & Co now and hear from featured guests:

ED MORRISSEY, Hot Air
JULIE GUNLOCK, Independent Women's Forum
SEAN DAVIS, The Federalist
KATHRYN WATSON, Watchdog.org
MICHAEL GRAHAM, New England Talk Network

Cam & Co, sponsored by Nosler, airs online at http://www.nranews.com/cam from 2-5 ET / 1-4 CT / Noon-3 MT / 11-2 PT.
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The hero police officer who helped rescue kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard is suing her former employer for the right to carry a concealed firearm. Allison "Ally" Jacobs, a former UC Berkeley police officer, suffered an on-duty injury in 2010 and accepted a disability retirement.

Under California law, retired officers are permitted to carry concealed, but in an apparent reversal of policy, UC Berkeley said it no longer considered those receiving income disability, like Jacobs, to be "retired." Jacobs was then told she was disqualified from receiving a retired officer card with an endorsement to carry a concealed firearm. 
The hero police officer who helped rescue kidnap victim Jaycee Dugard -- held captive for 18 years -- is suing her former employer for the right to carried a concealed weapon.
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The push and pull over the Second Amendment right to bear arms is heating up again, thanks in part to a former Supreme Court justice's new book. Friday, the high court will consider whether to hear a challenge to a New Jersey law restricting the right to carry guns in public.

While the justices ponder what the Constitution's framers meant with the words "A well regulated militia, being necessary to the security of a free state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed," former Justice John Paul Stevens suggests it be rewritten.
The push and pull over the Second Amendment right to bear arms is heating up again, thanks in part to a new book by former Supreme Court justice John Paul Stevens.
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