Pennsylvania: 2018 Legislative Session to Convene

Next week on January 22nd, the Pennsylvania General Assembly will begin the second year of the 2017-2018 legislative session.  Your NRA-ILA will pick up where we left off last year in advocating legislation to strengthen firearm preemption and repealing the Sunday hunting ban.  It is important that gun owners and sportsmen across the Keystone State continue to stay actively involved in these issues throughout 2018 to ensure the passage of pro-gun reforms and the defeat of anti-gun measures targeting your right to keep and bear arms.

California: 2014 Legislative Session Adjourns After Passage of More Anti-Gun Bills

The 2014 session of the California Legislature has finally adjourned for this year.  Unfortunately, the state legislature passed several anti-gun bills that are now awaiting consideration by Governor Jerry Brown.  The Governor has thirty days to make a decision on the anti-gun bills below.  It is vital that you call, fax AND e-mail Governor Brown DAILY respectfully urging him to VETO these anti-gun bills.  Governor Brown can be reached at (916) 445-2841, by fax at (916) 558-3160 or by e-mail here (https://govnews.ca.gov/gov39mail/mail.php).


Iowa: 2014 Legislative Session Review

The Iowa General Assembly adjourned last month, once again with disappointing results for gun owners and Second Amendment advocates across the state.  With the legislative session concluded and the election season upon us, it is time to remember that every vote cast at the ballot box in every district by pro-gun voters makes the difference – because every state legislator’s vote counts, on the House or Senate floor and on every committee.  For years in Iowa, committee chairmanship assignments and leadership positions in the Senate have allowed a small anti-gun group of legislators to block every necessary pro-gun improvement from a vote on the Senate floor, and likely enactment.

Florida Report on Legislative Floor Action Monday 4/21/14 through Friday 4/25/14

The seventh week of the Legislative Session was yet another exceptionally busy and successful week.  Four more pro-gun bills passed the legislature and are headed for the Governor’s desk.  The blue underlined bill numbers are the most current versions of the bills. You can simply click on those links to read the bills.   A new version is prepared every time a bill is amended (changed) in committee.  If, there is no blue link that means the newest amended version is not yet available.