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Vermont: Gov. Scott's popularity plummets after backing gun control

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:53
But Scott might get voted off the island. While he had a 65-21 approval-disapproval rating among Vermonters in the first quarter, he has fallen to 47 percent approval, 42 percent disapproval in this week’s findings, tarnishing his both-sides-of-the-street cred. The likeliest reason for the plummet in his popularity is a landmark gun-control law he signed in April amid protests in this historically gun-friendly state.
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NRA Challenges Fraudulent Ballot Petitions in Washington

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:47
NRA is challenging the Washington Secretary of State's decision to certify fraudulent ballot petitions for sweeping gun control measures on the November ballot. 
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Florida: Self-defense law is misunderstood

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:44
In response to The Sun’s July 25 editorial, “Florida law encourages shootings,” some education and clarification are needed on the history and use of Florida’s misnamed “stand your ground” law and the term “castle doctrine.”
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Guns or marijuana? Some patients will have to make the choice

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:43
As Louisiana's medical marijuana program takes shape some patients might have to make a difficult choice: keep their gun ownership rights or participate in the program.
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Mississippi: Attorney General says gun restriction signs in courthouse illegal

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:43
The fight over enhanced conceal carry rights in courthouses is getting bigger.Now, the State Attorney General’s office has sent Harrison County Sheriff Troy Peterson a warning. The signs he has posted at the Harrison County Courthouse concerning firearms are illegal, and they must come down or change in 30 days.
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Washington: State Supreme Court clarifies when felons can regain gun rights

Fri, 07/27/2018 - 08:42
People in Washington state who want to have their gun rights restored after a felony conviction must be crime-free for five years, but it doesn’t have to be the five years immediately before they petition.
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