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This is your one-stop source for breaking stories, critical updates and the news you need on issues affecting your Second Amendment rights. Shown below are NRA-PVF news releases, ILA articles and articles from across the nation.

 

4/30/03Ballistic Imaging: Not Ready For Prime Time
Following the sniper attacks in Washington, D.C., Maryland and Virginia in the early fall of 2002, gun control advocates intensified their demands that the federal government develop a ballistic "fing . . . .
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4/30/03Drop Gun Suit, City of Cincinnati Advised
Lawyer Stanley M. Chesley told Cincinnati City Council on Tuesday that he could not justify moving forward with the city`s 4-year-old lawsuit against the gun industry, dealing a major disappointment t . . . .
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4/24/03NRA Rarely Misses Political Target
To mark 132 years of gun pride, the National Rifle Association today will load the Orange County Convention Center with up to 50,000 gun dealers, buyers and enthusiasts. While the nation`s oldest g . . . .
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4/23/03Ready, Aim, Sue? / The House Clamps Down On Anti-Gun Civil Suits
Longtime readers of the Post-Gazette editorial page know that this newspaper favors meaningful controls on the purchase of firearms. So why do we support legislation passed by the U.S. House with the . . . .
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4/17/03Guns and Felons Don`t Mix In Iowa
If you are a convicted felon in the state of Iowa and you get caught with a handgun, Davenport police say they will find you and you will go to jail. Read About It: WHBF TV POSTED: . . . .
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4/15/03Concealed Carry Law Argued
A lawsuit challenging Ohio`s ban on concealed weapons is drawing national scrutiny from many sides of the gun rights debate. The Ohio Supreme Court -- which will hear oral arguments in the Hamilton . . . .
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4/15/03War May Redefine Gun Control
Despite the high emotions that surround war -- or perhaps because of them -- people are focusing again on "normal" life. But what is normal has shifted in ways both obvious and subtle. Consider how wa . . . .
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4/11/03Congress One Step Closer to Preventing Junk Lawsuits Against Lawful Industry
With an overwhelming and bipartisan vote of 285-to-140, the House of Representatives has passed common-sense legislation to stop the junk lawsuits seeking to blame law-abiding companies in the firearm . . . .
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4/9/03In the NewsRobert Ricker: The Bombshell Witness Who's Already Bombed in Boston and California Makes His Debut in Brooklyn

Robert Ricker, the NAACP`s proclaimed "smoking gun" witness in its suit against the firearms industry, made his debut in Brooklyn federal court. Ricker headed a now-defunct firearm industry trade gro . . . .

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4/7/03Gun sales stop at state Wal-Marts
Wal-Mart, the nation`s largest seller of guns, agreed Friday to immediately halt the sale of firearms at its 118 California stores after an investigation by Attorney General Bill Lockyer found numerou . . . .
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4/4/03PETA: No Porpoise In War
A Navy dolphin tasked with hunting for mines in the Iraqi port of Umm Qasr went absent without leave for more than 48 hours last week. The dolphin, named Tacoma, eventually returned to duty on Friday, . . . .
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4/2/03Supermajorities Proposed for Conservation Measures in Missouri
It would be more difficult for Missouri voters to pass initiative referenda dealing with fish and wildlife issues than tax increases -- or anything else -- under a constitutional amendment proposed by . . . .
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4/1/03NAACP Lawsuit Threatens To Destroy The "Arsenal of Democracy"
As the United States is fighting the global war on terror and at war against the outlaw regime of Iraq, the NAACP is suing the very companies that produce the tools our military and law enforcement ag . . . .
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