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WI Capitol

In Wisconsin? Be Aware of Recent Safe Transport Ruling

If you’re a resident of the state of Wisconsin or will be traveling to or through there with your firearm under a reciprocity agreement, you need to be aware of a recent controversial Wisconsin State Supreme Court ruling. Gun rights advocates used the 2014 arrest of Brian Grandberry to draw attention to potentially conflicting wording […]

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Teachers Around the Country Are Participating in Concealed Carry Classes

Given recent events, it’s not surprising that educators across the country are looking for ways to protect themselves and their students. This week we round up stories throughout the United States about teachers and concealed carry. Free Concealed Carry Classes for Teachers A number of states have seen gun ranges offer free concealed carry training […]

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Arkansas

Arkansas’s Opens New Enhanced Concealed Carry Instructor’s Exam

Last Wednesday marks the first day that Arkansas instructors could take the new state test required for teaching the class needed to obtain a concealed carry license. Passing this new test will qualify these instructors to teach the enhanced permit classes, needed to carry weapons previously restricted, such as college campuses, churches, and other public […]

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Barnes-Jewish

Armed Hospital Security Officers Shoot Knife-Wielding Man

Public Safety officers at Barnes-Jewish Hospital in St. Louis shot a man on the morning of Thursday, January 11th, after the man pushed his way out of a hospital room armed with two knives. Kara Price Shannon, a spokesperson for the hospital, said, “There was an incident on our campus this morning involving our department […]

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Delaware Parks

Delaware Residents Sue, Win for Right to Carry in State Parks

Since the 1960s and 1970s, it has been illegal to carry a gun onto the ground of state parks or forests in Delaware. But all that changed on Thursday, December 7th, 2017. Calling the rules unconstitutional, Delaware’s Supreme Court lifted the more than 50-year-old ban. The court made its decision based on the precedent set […]

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National Concealed Carry Reciprocity Moves Forward

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee this week will be reviewing a bill that would allow those licensed to carry a concealed weapon in their home state to do so while traveling through or visiting other states as well. The bill was initially introduced back in January by Republican Richard Hudson from North Carolina. The bill, […]

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