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Bronx Zoo elephant “Happy” feeds inside the zoo’s Asia habitat. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews) Next Post Coming Soon…▶ New York’s highest court — the New York Court of Appeals — rejected by a 5-2 decision the anti-hunting group Nonhuman Rights Project’s (NhRP) lawsuit claiming Happy the Elephant isn’t an animal and insteadRead More →

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Shutterstock From Gun Owners of America Today, a Commonwealth Court three-judge panel ruled that Allegheny County District Attorney, Stephen Zappala, violated Pennsylvania’s Rules of Criminal Procedure by refusing to accept a private criminal complaint from four Pittsburgh residents related to the illegal gun control ordinances passed in April of 2019 by theRead More →

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Jonathan Lowy, Vice President, Legal and Chief Counsel at Brady (AP Photo/Matt Rourke) Next Post Coming Soon…▶   This ruling is outrageous and without precedent. Americans have the right to enact strong laws to protect their families and communities from gun violence, and the Second Amendment was never intended toRead More →

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Damage is seen in the interior of Madison’s Wisconsin Family Action headquarters in Madison, Wis., on Sunday, May 8, 2022. The Madison headquarters of the anti-abortion group was vandalized late Saturday or early Sunday, according to an official with the group. (Alex Shur/Wisconsin State Journal via AP) Next Post ComingRead More →

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Image by Boch. Base image via Ninth Circuit. Next Post Coming Soon…▶ Rob Romano, the creator of The Gun Case Tracker brings us some good news out of the Ninth Circuit in California.  The court there used strict scrutiny to strike down California’s ban on semi-auto rifles for young adults. Read More →

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Shutterstock Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From the Second Amendment Foundation . . . In a unanimous decision today, the Washington State Supreme Court has ruled plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed by the Second Amendment Foundation against the City of Edmonds for violating the state’s firearms preemption law, which the CourtRead More →

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Next Post Coming Soon…▶ From Brownells . . . In response to the standard-capacity magazine ban passed in Washington state, Brownells will donate $2.00 to the Washington-based Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) for every aluminum Brownells AR-15 magazine sold. SAF is currently planning to file a lawsuit against the state ofRead More →

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(AP Photo/Michael Conroy, File) Next Post Coming Soon…▶   If you remember your history, the depth and breadth of the scandals that have consumed the National Rifle Association, Wayne LaPierre, and many NRA officers and directors spilled into public view when a rift opened between the association and its longtimeRead More →