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Maine Governor Allows 72-Hour Waiting Period on Gun Purchases

As we always say, “a right delayed is a right denied.” Maine Governor, Janet Mills, ironically, just allowed a 10-day waiting period to pass, without taking action on the unconstitutional bill so that it could go into effect automatically without it being on her record as a law she signed.

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Minnesota House Passes Three Anti-Gun Bills

The only thing that stands between law-abiding, tax-paying, Minnesotans and three new unconstitutional gun control laws is the Minnesota Senate. The bills have already passed the house and Governor Tim Walz has publicly stated that he will sign all three if they pass. Will the Senate come through on behalf of the good people of Minnesota?

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Multiple States File Suit Against ATF’s “Engaged in the Business” Rule

The ATF’s so-called “Engaged in the Business” rule, criminalizing everyday, law-abiding citizens, that want to engage in the constitutionally-protected business of selling firearms from their own personal collections, is now finalized. The rule is hundreds of pages long, very ambiguous, and clearly designed to deter folks from even thinking about offloading a piece from their stash. They’ve been immediately hit with a lawsuit over this one.

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Tennessee Moves to Safeguard Privacy of 2A Transactions

Like a handful of other states, Tennessee values the privacy of its citizens. The recently-enacted “Second Amendment Financial Privacy Act” prevents financial institutions from creating merchant codes specific to gun shops that can be used to track firearm purchases differently than other types of retail sales.

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A so-called "large capacity magazine" sitting on top of empty casings.

Washington State Commissioner Reinstates “LCM” Mag Ban

If you thought the recent “Spirit of Aloha” ruling out of Hawaii was funny, check out this recent ruling by Washington State Supreme Court Commissioner, Michael Johnston. The musings and ramblings throughout his 47-page opinion completely disregard both Bruen and Heller and make Washington’s ban on so-called “Large Capacity Magazines” permanent.

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Colorado House Passes “Assault Weapons” Ban

Colorado, with its left-leaning legislature, is trying to pass new gun controls. The House just passed a bill to ban many commonly-owned and used semi-auto rifles and even some handguns with specific characteristics. Will the governor sign it if it reaches his desk?

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