SB 1253 would prohibit an individual in California from possessing a firearm without a valid “Firearm Safety Card.” This would also prevent law-abiding individuals from possessing the tools they rely on to protect their families and loved ones without this card. 
SB 53 would specifically prohibit firearm possession in the home unless they are stored in a locked box or safe inaccessible to anyone other than the owner. This misguided legislation is a direct violation of past ruling D.C. v. Heller, which stated that rules preventing gun owners from easily accessing their firearms are unconstitutional. 
Alabama’s Senate Bill 281 prohibits financial institutions from using a Merchant Category Code (MCC) to keep track of any firearm transactions that occur in the state. MCCs involving firearms would have allowed the purchases of law-abiding gun owners to be tracked, a direct infringement on your ability to protect yourselves and your loved ones. Sign
This bill would require liability insurance for any damages caused by an accidental firearm discharge. However, this bill unfairly singles out firearm owners and would require them to commit to additional insurance.  Demanding responsible gun owners to carry thousands of dollars in liability insurance just to keep their families safe is a direct infringement on
A recent ruling by the Hawaii Supreme Court upheld a state law that prohibits individuals from bearing arms in public. The court’s decision, which cites the “Aloha Spirit” as grounds for restricting public carrying of firearms, directly contradicts both the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution and a recent decision by the U.S. Supreme
This bill would prohibit the carry of firearms by responsible gun owners in what they are calling “sensitive places.” This is yet another example of a state attempting to restrict the right of many abiding citizens who have the desire to protect their loved ones in public places. Creating these types of gun-free zones do

Protecting Privacy in Purchases Act 

Introduced by Congresswoman Elise Stefanik (R-NY), Congressman Richard Hudson (R-NC), and Congressman Andy Barr (R-KY) This bill would ban the use of a Merchant Category Code (MCC) to track sales at gun stores. These MCCs involving firearms would allow the purchases of law abiding gun owners to be tracked. This bill aims to protect the
This bill would open up constitutional carry in the State of Louisiana. Law abiding citizens would have the ability to legally carry a concealed handgun without a permit to concealed carry. The bill does take into account areas in which carrying a concealed weapon would still be restricted, with or without a permit.
This bill would require networks involved in transactions involving firearms to make a specific merchant category code for firearms and ammunition available to those who process transactions for firearms merchants. A processor must assign the code to each firearms merchant to which the processor provides services.
This bill would put significant restrictions on concealed carry in a long list of public places, and narrow the pool of eligible firearm safety instructors across the state. These restrictions would affect millions of Californians and limit their access to crucial education and training needed to practice self-defense.