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California: Moraga Town Council Holding Public “Study Session” On Anti-Gun Ordinances
Tomorrow night, the Moraga Town Council will be holding a public meeting to discuss a number of proposed anti-gun ordinances for the town. The proposal includes mandating the locked storage of firearms “at all times in any residence” and an ordinance regulating the location on where firearm dealers may operate.
Utah: Committee to Hold Public Hearing to Study the Recent Concealed Carry Fee Increase
On Thursday, August 24, the Administrative Rules Review Committee is holding a hearing and has requested that the Bureau of Criminal Identification (BCI) appear and explain their reasoning for the recent fee increase for first-time Utah Concealed Firearm Permit applicants.
Ohio Judge Returns Fire After He Is Ambushed on Way to Court
A judge in Ohio who was shot and injured in an ambush-style attack outside a courthouse early on Monday managed to return fire with his own handgun before the suspect was shot dead by a probation officer nearby, officials said.
West Australia contemplates new gun laws
The orders would enable the Police Commissioner to ban anyone “reasonably suspected” of posing a threat to the community from holding a gun licence or from living in a house where guns are stored.
Thank God He Was Carrying
All he was trying to do was go to work. In the minutes that ticked by in the 8 a.m. hour on Monday morning, Judge Joseph J. Bruzzese Jr. was walking through the narrow alley in the shadow of the Jefferson County courthouse when a man got out of his car in the nearby bank parking lot and opened fire.
Off-duty CFD lieutenant shoots teen carjacker
An off-duty Chicago Fire Department lieutenant fatally shot a teenage boy who tried to steal his car Monday morning in the West Side Austin neighborhood, authorities said.