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A MAJOR GUN CONTROL GROUP WITH TIES TO FORMER NEW YORK CITY MAYOR MICHAEL BLOOMBERG SAID TUESDAY IT PLANS TO SPEND AT LEAST $1 MILLION TO TRY TO FLIP THE MINNESOTA SENATE TO DEMOCRATIC CONTROL AND KEEP THE MINNESOTA HOUSE IN THE HANDS OF LAWMAKERS WHO BACK ITS POSITIONS. THE EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY VICTORY FUND HAS TARGETED THE STATE SENATE BECAUSE REPUBLICANS HOLD JUST A THREE-VOTE MAJORITY THERE.THE NATIONAL RIFLE ASSOCIATION WILL HAVE TO APPEAR FOR A REGULATORY HEARING OVER ALLEGATIONS IT VIOLATED NEW YORK LAW BY MARKETING AN INSURANCE POLICY FOR SHOOTINGS THAT CRITICS HAVE DUBBED “MURDER INSURANCE.” A FEDERAL JUDGE IN ALBANY, NEW YORK, ON MONDAY DENIED A REQUEST BY THE GUN-RIGHTS GROUP TO BLOCK THE JULY 29 HEARING BEFORE THE NEW YORK STATE DEPARTMENT OF FINANCIAL SERVICES.IN KEEPING WITH ITS LONG TRADITION OF SUPPORTING SOUTHPAW SHOOTERS, SAVAGE ANNOUNCES THE DEBUT OF NEW LEFT-HANDED MODELS OF THEIR DYNAMIC PRECISION SERIES RIFLES. NEW MODEL 110 ELITE PRECISIONS AND 110 PRECISIONS WILL BE AVAILABLE THIS SUMMER, MAKING PRECISION LONG RANGE SHOOTING ACCESSIBLE TO ANY LEFT-HANDED MARKSMAN.New Jersey is not a gun friendly state. The laws are so strict here that it's almost not worth the effort to even try and get one. The application process to buy a gun usually takes longer than the 30 days that it's required by law and taking it out of your house is fraught with peril. Yet in light of the chaos around the country, people in this state feel their only recourse to keep themselves and their family safe in their own home is to buy a gun or two or three. Forget about getting a 'carry permit.' They are almost never given, even when a critical need is demonstrated. Many people in this state feel like sitting ducks against violent criminals.A VIRGINIA JUDGE GRANTED AN INJUNCTION TUESDAY BLOCKING THE STATE’S NEW LAW REQUIRING BACKGROUND CHECKS ON ALL GUN SALES FROM BEING APPLIED TO ADULTS UNDER THE AGE OF 21. LYNCHBURG CIRCUIT COURT JUDGE PATRICK YEATTS LARGELY UPHELD THE LAW, RULING THAT IT WAS “FACIALLY CONSTITUTIONAL” AND IT DOES NOT VIOLATE THE STATE’S CONSTITUTION. HOWEVER, YEATTS DID FIND THAT THE LAW WAS UNCONSTITUTIONAL AS APPLIED TO 18-20 YEARS OLDS WHO SEEK TO BUY A FIREARM AS FEDERAL LAW PROHIBITS FEDERALLY LICENSED FIREARM DEALERS FROM SELLING GUNS TO ANYONE UNDER THE AGE OF 21 OR RUN A BACKGROUND CHECK ON A PERSON MAKING A GUN PURCHASE.

GA – GUN POLITICS – Bill aims to tax gun sales, ammunition in Ga.; residents express distaste (VIDEO)

Gun sales have been up during the COVID-19 pandemic. Now, a proposed bill introduced by Georgia Congressman Hank Johnson is aiming to strengthen measures to prevent gun violence.

H.R. 5717, known as the Gun Violence Prevention and Community Safety Act of 2020, is suggesting to tax ammunition by 50 percent. Community members feel like there are better ways to enforce gun safety. “There is no reason to impose a syntax on a purchase of ammunition or firearms,” said John Allen Annillo “What society must do and should do is go back to teaching civic responsibility.” The bill is evoking strong reactions from the public since being introduced by Johnson back in January. The bill aims to not only impose a 30 percent tax on all guns but also a 50 percent tax on all ammo. A spokesperson from Johnson’s office said the bill’s intent is “to end the epidemic of gun violence and build safer communities.” Nicole Bessinger is an owner of Shooters, a firearms retailer and an indoor gun range in Columbus. She said the bill is imposing upon her second amendment right to bear arms. “The gun world is the only place where they really want to do things like that,” Bessinger said. “They want to take people who haven’t done anything rights away. If we started treating DUIs the same way we did gun laws, they would take everybody’s drivers license away.” If passed, the bill will require people to obtain a license to possess firearms, raise the minimum age for purchasing firearms from 18 to 21, and require law enforcement to be notified when someone does not pass a background check. “How can you take away my second amendment right because you get to determine who gets to have one of these certificates,” Bessinger said.  [full article]

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