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Chicago Guns Matter founder isn’t done with fight for a gun range

by WOA Admin July 26, 2017

Rhonda Ezell was really sick. Suffering from kidney failure, lung disease and other ailments, she didn’t like to venture very far from her South Side home. But to obtain a new Chicago firearms permit to keep a gun in her home in 2010, she had to go through hours of training — and Chicago didn’t have any public shooting ranges within the city limits.

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North Carolina: Sunday Hunting Expansion Signed By Governor

by WOA Admin July 26, 2017

Yesterday Governor Roy Cooper signed House Bill 559 into law. The final version of HB 559 expanded on the Sunday Hunting provisions passed in 2015.  The Outdoor Heritage Act of 2015 removed the absolute prohibition on hunting with firearms on Sunday in North Carolina.  However, it only applied to hunting on private land, maintained a prohibition on hunting migratory birds, exempted counties with populations over 700,000 from being included, and did not allow hunting within 500 yards of a residence not owned by the landowner.

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Heidi Harris: CCW’s On The Rise

by WOA Admin July 26, 2017

Since July 2016 1.86 million concealed carry permit applications have been submitted, which brings the total of CCW holder to 16.3 million in the U.S. though African-American women are leading the charge.

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Gun-rights advocates challenge assault-weapons ban in Supreme Court

by WOA Admin July 26, 2017

Gun-rights advocates on Friday urged the U.S. Supreme Court to review and strike down as unconstitutional Maryland’s ban on military assault-style weapons and high capacity magazines, those carrying more than 10 rounds of ammunition.

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New Law Expands Hunting Opportunities in North Carolina

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

Law Promotes Sportsmens’ Rights & Sound Wildlife Management

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New Law Expands Hunting Opportunities in North Carolina

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

Law Promotes Sportsmens’ Rights & Sound Wildlife Management

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Washington: Gun Bills Go into Effect

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

On Sunday, July 23, a number of bills that passed from the 2017 legislative session went into effect that impact your Second Amendment rights.

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Washington: Gun Bills Go into Effect

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

On Sunday, July 23, a number of bills that passed from the 2017 legislative session went into effect that impact your Second Amendment rights.

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Court Strikes Down Unconstitutional Ban on Concealed Carry

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

D.C. Circuit Court Rules in Favor of Constitutional Right to Carry a Gun in Public for Self-Defense

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Court Strikes Down Unconstitutional Ban on Concealed Carry

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

D.C. Circuit Court Rules in Favor of Constitutional Right to Carry a Gun in Public for Self-Defense

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Arizona Rangers help law enforcement agencies in Pinal

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

A volunteer law enforcement organization with a rich history in Arizona seeks new members in Pinal County.

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More people in the U.S. protested in June than in any month since the January Women's Marches. ; Most protests were against President Trump and his policies, but roughly a quarter were unrelated to Washington politics.

by WOA Admin July 25, 2017

For June 2017, we tallied 818 protests, demonstrations, strikes, marches, sit-ins and rallies in the United States, with at least one in every state and the District of Columbia. Our conservative guess is that from 954,298 to 1,173,771 people showed up at these political gatherings last month, although it is likely there were far more participants. Because mainstream media often neglect to report nonviolent actions — especially small ones — it is probable that we did not record every event that took place. Sometimes no one reports the size of the crowd, which contributes to undercounting.

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