WASHINGTON (Reuters) - People would be able to bring legal, concealed guns into any U.S. state under legislation the House of Representatives approved on Wednesday that would also bolster the national background check system and require a study of the "bump stocks" used in October's Las Vegas mass shooting. (Reuters Politics) More
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Posted on 20 March 2018 | 2:16 pm | Google News
Congress may pass background check legislation in funding bill
The House already approved the background check bill in December, but paired the measure with controversial legislation that allows people with concealed weapons to take them across state lines. Gun rights supporters generally back the Fix NICS bill ...
Posted on 20 March 2018 | 1:26 pm | Google News
Paul Ryan yields to Trump on high-profile issues
The so-called Fix NICS bill lawmakers are discussing attaching to the omnibus does not include a provision House lawmakers included in their version to allow people with concealed carry permits to carry guns across state lines. “I think we should do ...
Posted on 20 March 2018 | 10:53 am | Google News
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Former Clevelander Zimmerman leaves her mark as San Diego police chief
Cleveland Jewish News
Zimmerman said she knows firsthand how gun violence negatively affects a community, and she opposes the Constitutional Concealed Carry Reciprocity Act of 2017. The bill, introduced to Congress in January 2017, would allow the concealed transport of ...
Posted on 20 March 2018 | 9:08 am | Google News
Congress struggles to meet deadline for government funding bill
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Congress, facing a Friday midnight deadline, toiled on Monday to finish writing a $1.2 trillion bill to fund the federal government through Sept. 30, as several thorny issues lingered, including funding President Donald ...
Posted on 20 March 2018 | 9:05 am | Google News
Lawmakers eagerly await bill to avert government shutdown ...
Washington (CNN) Still waiting. That's the perspective of the vast majority of lawmakers who haven't seen the $1.3 trillion spending bill they'll be expected to vote on in a matter of days in order to stave off a shutdown and fund the federal ...
Posted on 20 March 2018 | 8:49 am | Google News
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