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  1. The Right to Hunt Is Now Constitutionally Protected in North Carolina
    North Carolina voters on Tuesday approved an amendment to codify the right to hunt and fish in the state’s constitution. This type of amendment is not new, though it has rapidly gained steam in the last two decades. More than 20 states have cemented a constitutional right to hunt and fish -- most through the ballot box. The effort was backed by outdoor sporting groups and the National Rifle Association (NRA) but faced concerns from animal rights groups.
  2. Ohio: House to Consider Pro-Gun Legislation Tomorrow
    Tomorrow, the Ohio House of Representatives is scheduled to consider House Bill 228.
  3. House Democrats plan aggressive gun control effort next year
    Several incoming House Democrats plan to introduce gun control measures when their party regains the majority next year.
  4. Right to Wear T-Shirts That Depict or Mention Guns
    Schoenecker was told that he could not wear T-shirts that either depict weapons or even mention the word "gun."
  5. Pittsburgh eyeing gun legislation
    The burgeoning legislative effort “would challenge the state in what we [the city] can and cannot do regarding weapons that cause mass carnage,” Mr. Peduto said.
  6. Washington : Gun shop owners expect sales increase after gun control initiative
    Washington gun shop owners expect an increase in sales after state voters approved an initiative that adds restrictions to the purchase of semi-automatic rifles.
  7. House Dems are promising tougher gun control measures, but advocates may have lost ground in the Senate
    Democrats will soon seize control of the House and are promising tougher gun measures. After all, voters elected nearly 20 Democrats who advocate additional gun restrictions.
  8. House Democrats plan aggressive gun control effort next year
    Several incoming House Democrats plan to introduce gun control measures when their party regains the majority next year.
  9. Dems vow swift action on gun control next year
    House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), who's seeking to regain the Speaker's gavel, vowed to move quickly on gun reform next year, citing Wednesday night's shooting massacre at a California country music bar as the latest reason Congress should step in with new restrictions on the sale and ownership of firearms.
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