This Week From Del. Matt Fariss

This Week From Del. Matt Fariss

Delegate C. Matt Fariss On Tuesday, July 9, legislators met in Richmond under Governor Northam’s call for a Special Session on gun control. The speaker and senate majority leader asked the Virginia Crime Commission to conduct a review of what happened in Virginia Beach and the proposed legislative changes to Virginia’s laws concerning firearms and […]

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‘Public Health Summit’ Typifies One-Sided National Approach to ‘Gun Violence’

‘Public Health Summit’ Typifies One-Sided National Approach to ‘Gun Violence’

Anti-gunners are trying to turn gun ownership into a public health problem. (Dave Workman) U.S.A. – -(Ammoland.com)- A controversial two-day “ public health summit ” held near Seattle typifies the one-sided approach toward solving the nation’s so-called “gun violence” dilemma because the discussion over two evening sessions failed to include important representation from specialists on […]

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Hundreds of teachers are preparing for ‘Train a Teacher Day,’ where they’ll learn how to shoot guns

Hundreds of teachers are preparing for ‘Train a Teacher Day,’ where they’ll learn how to shoot guns

School teachers taking firearm training course. Getty "National Train a Teacher Day" is an annual movement put forth by pro-gun groups meant to teach educators how to use firearms. Nearly 300 gun shops around the country will offer free training and safety programs to teachers. Pro-gun activists and lobbyist groups have been trying for years […]

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Gun reform backers advance proposal

Gun reform backers advance proposal

jprovance@theblade.com COLUMBUS — Advocates for closing what they characterize as “loopholes” in Ohio’s background checks for private gun sales moved a step closer on Friday to hitting the street with petitions to put a proposed law before legislators.and potentially on the ballot. Attorney General Dave Yost certified that summary language that would be shown to […]

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