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The survivors of the Rancho Tehama shooting are suing the industry that they say allowed Kevin Neal to kill five people, and injure 18 others. After a domestic violence arrest, Neal was banned from having guns. So he built his murder weapons -- two homemade AR-15 style rifles called ghost guns. So-called ghost gun companies sell parts that can be assembled into these weapons. As long as those parts are 80% complete or less... normal gun laws do not apply.Moments after firing a gun for the first time, Alicea Burton proudly displayed the result of her marksmanship: a human silhouette target perforated with more than two dozen 9 mm holes.On the third anniversary of the tragic February 2018 school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, President Joe Biden issued his administration’s first significant push for new gun control measures.It’s widely understood that the current occupants of the White House, the Biden-Harris Administration, have positioned themselves as the most anti-gun team this country has ever seen on Pennsylvania Avenue. Leading up to the 2020 election, NRA made abundantly clear the threats these two presented to law-abiding gun owners, and both the President and Vice President spelled out how deeply opposed they each are to the fundamental right to purchase, possess, and carry firearms for personal protection.TN Gov. Bill Lee is renewing his push to allow handguns to be carried in public without a permit, and local law enforcement leaders are pushing back with renewed opposition. Lee announced during his recent State of the State address that he will push again for the legislation, which failed to make it through the Tennessee General Assembly’s COVID-shortened session last year.

OH – CAMPUS GUNS – Supreme Court: Ohio school can arm teachers as students return to classes

As students return to school in Madison Township, school officials will be permitted to arm their staff – again. That’s the ramification of a ruling by the Ohio Supreme Court on Wednesday. The legal battle surrounding arming teachers in the district will continue. In 2016, a 14-year-old student shot two other students in the Madison cafeteria and injured two more with a gun he stole from his grandmother. He is in juvenile detention until he turns 21. Ever since then, a debate has raged in the district about whether teachers and staff should be armed. At one point, a student who was shot in the school received a detention for walking out during a national protest about gun violence. At another, a police officer escorted a grandparent out of a school board meeting when he spoke out against the district’s decision to arm staff. Eventually, the county sheriff put up a billboard advocating for teachers to be armed. In 2018, the district voted to allow staff to be armed – over the objection of one of the students shot a few years earlier. A group of parents later sued the district to stop that. They argued the staff didn’t complete anywhere near the amount of training they should have. In March, an appeals court sided with the parents and ruled the district didn’t follow the law when implementing its program to arm teachers. The court ordered the district to halt its program, unless more rigorous training was completed. Gun safety advocates said the case in Butler County could have ramifications across the state, where other districts have similar policies. Ohio law says for staff to be armed, employees must complete a peace officer training program or have 20 years of active duty as a peace officer. Madison Schools sent staff through a 24-hour training program. Typically, police officer training can be more than 700 hours.  [full article]

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BREAKING :
The survivors of the Rancho Tehama shooting are suing the industry that they say allowed Kevin Neal to kill five people, and injure 18 others. After a domestic violence arrest, Neal was banned from having guns. So he built his murder weapons -- two homemade AR-15 style rifles called ghost guns. So-called ghost gun companies sell parts that can be assembled into these weapons. As long as those parts are 80% complete or less... normal gun laws do not apply.Moments after firing a gun for the first time, Alicea Burton proudly displayed the result of her marksmanship: a human silhouette target perforated with more than two dozen 9 mm holes.On the third anniversary of the tragic February 2018 school shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, President Joe Biden issued his administration’s first significant push for new gun control measures.It’s widely understood that the current occupants of the White House, the Biden-Harris Administration, have positioned themselves as the most anti-gun team this country has ever seen on Pennsylvania Avenue. Leading up to the 2020 election, NRA made abundantly clear the threats these two presented to law-abiding gun owners, and both the President and Vice President spelled out how deeply opposed they each are to the fundamental right to purchase, possess, and carry firearms for personal protection.TN Gov. Bill Lee is renewing his push to allow handguns to be carried in public without a permit, and local law enforcement leaders are pushing back with renewed opposition. Lee announced during his recent State of the State address that he will push again for the legislation, which failed to make it through the Tennessee General Assembly’s COVID-shortened session last year.