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Alabama: Gun Stores to Remain Open

Published March 27 2020

In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, Governor Kay Ivey and State Health Officer Scott Harris amended the order suspending certain public gatherings to include restrictions on numerous businesses across the state, to go into effect on March 28th at 5PM.

COVID-19 Draws Attacks on Second Amendment

Published March 27 2020

During the COVID-19 crisis, many of our family members, friends, and fellow citizens have decided to exercise their right to self-defense for the first time.  Unfortunately, many of them are being delayed or denied their rights not only by anti-gun bureaucracy put in place years ago, but also new obstacles created within the past few days and weeks.

Breaking: NRA & Other Groups Sue California

Published March 27 2020

Fairfax, Va. - Today, the National Rifle Association (NRA) joins with a coalition of gun rights groups in filing a federal lawsuit challenging state and local policies and enforcement practices that violate Second and Fourteenth Amendment rights. The gun rights coaltion includes the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), the California Gun Rights Foundation (CGF), and the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC). 

Texas: Attorney General Issues Opinion Prohibiting Municipalities and Counties from Restricting Firearm Sales in Response to Covid-19

Published March 27 2020

On Tuesday, March 24, pro-Second Amendment State Representative Dustin Burrows (R-Lubbock) requested an opinion from Attorney General Ken Paxton on whether city and county officials can prohibit the sale of firearms through an emergency order or declaration by excluding firearm manufacturers and retailers as "essential businesses." 

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