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FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL PAM BONDI’S OFFICE THIS WEEK URGED A CIRCUIT JUDGE TO DISMISS A CHALLENGE TO A LAW THAT IMPOSES STRICT PENALTIES ON LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND OFFICIALS WHO VIOLATE A RESTRICTION ON REGULATING GUNS AND AMMUNITION. NUMEROUS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND OFFICIALS ARE PLAINTIFFS IN THE LAWSUIT."I'M BASICALLY GOING AGAINST THE ENTIRE TIDE," KYLE KASHUV, A 16-YEAR-OLD SURVIVOR OF THE PARKLAND MASS SHOOTING SAID. "COMING OUT IN SUPPORT OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHT AFTER A SCHOOL SHOOTING IS NO EASY THING TO DO." UNLIKE VIRTUALLY ALL THE OTHER TEEN ACTIVISTS WHO HAVE RISEN TO PROMINENCE IN THE WAKE OF THE FEBRUARY 14 TRAGEDY AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL, KASHUV IS A CONSERVATIVE AND A GUN RIGHTS SUPPORTER.INSIDE THE GUN CONTROL MOVEMENT’S PUSH TO DERAIL BRETT KAVANAUGH. EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY TELLS MOTHER JONES THAT THEY HAVE FILED FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT INQUIRIES WITH THE OFFICES OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO LOCATE ANY RECORD OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN JUSTICE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES AND THE NRA SURROUNDING KAVANAUGH’S NOMINATION.MEET THE VETS AND EX-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TRAINING TO SAVE CHILDREN FROM SCHOOL SHOOTINGS. THEY’RE THE NEW SCHOOL GUARDIANS — HIRED BY THE VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PROTECT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AROUND THE COUNTY THIS FALL AGAINST POSSIBLE ACTIVE ASSAILANTS.A MOVIE THEATER IN UTAH RESCINDED ITS DECISION TO HOST SURVIVORS OF THE PARKLAND SHOOTING IN THE MIDDLE OF A NATIONWIDE TOUR BECAUSE OF CONCERNS THAT THE TOWN HALL THEY PLANNED TO HOLD COULD SPARK A "CONTENTIOUS SITUATION" AMID AN ONGOING BACK-AND-FORTH WITH A GUN RIGHTS GROUP AND MARCH FOR OUR LIVES ACTIVISTS.

Shooting guns with FBI agents – behind the scenes with the Citizens Academy (VIDEO)

ASBURY PARK PRESS.COM May 15, 2018 – The 12-gauge Remington 870 blasting slugs downrange could be felt almost as much as heard – a horse kick to the shoulder of its handler and a shockwave that clapped deep in the chest of anyone standing nearby. One-ounce rifled lumps of lead were launched by folks like an IT director, the president of the Asian Indian Chamber of Commerce, and even a newspaper reporter. Class in the FBI Citizens Academy ended with literal bangs. [full article]

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BREAKING :
FLORIDA ATTORNEY GENERAL PAM BONDI’S OFFICE THIS WEEK URGED A CIRCUIT JUDGE TO DISMISS A CHALLENGE TO A LAW THAT IMPOSES STRICT PENALTIES ON LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND OFFICIALS WHO VIOLATE A RESTRICTION ON REGULATING GUNS AND AMMUNITION. NUMEROUS LOCAL GOVERNMENTS AND OFFICIALS ARE PLAINTIFFS IN THE LAWSUIT."I'M BASICALLY GOING AGAINST THE ENTIRE TIDE," KYLE KASHUV, A 16-YEAR-OLD SURVIVOR OF THE PARKLAND MASS SHOOTING SAID. "COMING OUT IN SUPPORT OF THE SECOND AMENDMENT RIGHT AFTER A SCHOOL SHOOTING IS NO EASY THING TO DO." UNLIKE VIRTUALLY ALL THE OTHER TEEN ACTIVISTS WHO HAVE RISEN TO PROMINENCE IN THE WAKE OF THE FEBRUARY 14 TRAGEDY AT MARJORY STONEMAN DOUGLAS HIGH SCHOOL, KASHUV IS A CONSERVATIVE AND A GUN RIGHTS SUPPORTER.INSIDE THE GUN CONTROL MOVEMENT’S PUSH TO DERAIL BRETT KAVANAUGH. EVERYTOWN FOR GUN SAFETY TELLS MOTHER JONES THAT THEY HAVE FILED FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT INQUIRIES WITH THE OFFICES OF THE ATTORNEY GENERAL TO LOCATE ANY RECORD OF COMMUNICATION BETWEEN JUSTICE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES AND THE NRA SURROUNDING KAVANAUGH’S NOMINATION.MEET THE VETS AND EX-LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS TRAINING TO SAVE CHILDREN FROM SCHOOL SHOOTINGS. THEY’RE THE NEW SCHOOL GUARDIANS — HIRED BY THE VOLUSIA COUNTY, FLORIDA, SCHOOL DISTRICT TO PROTECT ELEMENTARY SCHOOLS AROUND THE COUNTY THIS FALL AGAINST POSSIBLE ACTIVE ASSAILANTS.A MOVIE THEATER IN UTAH RESCINDED ITS DECISION TO HOST SURVIVORS OF THE PARKLAND SHOOTING IN THE MIDDLE OF A NATIONWIDE TOUR BECAUSE OF CONCERNS THAT THE TOWN HALL THEY PLANNED TO HOLD COULD SPARK A "CONTENTIOUS SITUATION" AMID AN ONGOING BACK-AND-FORTH WITH A GUN RIGHTS GROUP AND MARCH FOR OUR LIVES ACTIVISTS.