Texas’s Congress is fighting back as the nation’s legislature increases the desire to restrict the Second Amendment. In May of this year, the 86th Texas legislature reportedly approved 10 firearm laws, which are set to take effect on September 1st. The new laws aim to safeguard a citizen’s right to carry handguns, and protect them from being vulnerable in lawsuits endangering this right.
California Governor Gavin Newsom is calling for a federal law to be implemented regarding background checks on ammunition purchases. While speaking during a gun violence meeting with state leaders on Monday, Newsom said he’d like to see other states follow suit on the proposal already put in place in California.
New details are emerging regarding the alleged shooter in Dayton, Ohio. One America’s Jack Posobiec has more from Washington.
Democrat Senator Joe Manchin and Republican Senator Pat Toomey met separately with President Trump Monday to push new gun reform legislation, specifically to expand background checks for firearm purchases. This includes those that take place at gun shows or over the internet.
President Trump recently announced he has directed the Justice Department to take extensive actions against the rise of domestic terrorism and hate crimes in the aftermath of last weekend’s mass shootings in Ohio and Texas.
Some members of Congress believe gun free school zones may not be as safe as they sound, and they are now aiming to change the federal law. One America’s John Hines has more from Washington.
A mass shooting in Australia has put into question the country’s stringent gun-control laws, which have been long championed by the mainstream media. One America’s Kristian Rouz looks into the matter.