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Sen. Kinnaird Resigns from NC Senate

Sen. Kinnaird, who was outspoken against HB937 has resigned from the NC Senate today. This is great news for lovers of liberty in NC! Sen. Kinnaird was the sole individual that kept HB937 from passing the Senate on the first reading, and she voted against the bill on both votes on the Senate. Check her voting record here at NCLeg.net

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McCrory Signs HB937 into Law…

… but I think he’s confused about the bill. According to a press release on his website, he says the following: “This legislation prohibits guns in classrooms, dorms, and administrative buildings on college campuses. Additionally, this legislation gives bar owners the authority to prohibit guns in their establishments. Following my threat of a veto, we worked closely with law enforcement officials across the state so that changes were made to the original legislation. This ensured …

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BREAKING: NCGA Passes HB937!

Within the past 10 minutes or so, both the NC House, and the NC Senate have fast tracked, and passed the conference committee’s version of HB937. Just about an hour ago the conference committee’s version of the bill was released, and as far as I can tell, but bill left the committee in almost the exact form that it left the Senate, with only the Pistol Purchase Permit elimination provision being removed from the bill, …

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NC Sheriff Threatening Suppressor Sign-offs if HB937 Passes

It is being reported that Sheriff Williams of Ashe County, NC is threatening the citizens of his county that he will stop signing off on suppressors if HB937 passes into law. Why Suppressors? I haven’t quite figured this out. HB937 does make it legal to hunt with a suppressor in NC, but I would think that the Sheriff Williams would agree with this, because certainly allowing responsible people (the ones who have went through the …

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Another Anti-Gun Dog and Pony Show Coming to Raleigh

We mentioned on Episode 36 that Gabby Giffords and Mark Kelly would be making a stop in NC to push their anti-gun, anti-liberty agenda, and now it’s finally been confirmed that they will be stopping in Raleigh on Sunday July 7th. Of course they still don’t say where in Raleigh they will be stopping, or what time, which seems to be a tactic of these groups so that nobody but the media has time to …

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Farewell to Freedom CO

Today, July 1, 2013 the unconstitutional laws passed by the Colorado legislators and signed by Gov. Hickenlooper limiting things like “high capacity” magazines goes into effect. Two of the Colorado legislators are already facing recall elections after an overwhelming number of signatures were collected. I have high hopes that these two legislators will be fired soon, and I’m pulling for all of ya, and hoping that there will be a reckoning after the 2014 elections. …

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HTFU!

I’m seeing a lot of people act like HB937 has been defeated. It’s not over. The legislature is still in session, and we’re still being told that the bill will be brought to the floor of the House for a concurrence vote. Stop pouting, pick yourself up, make some phone calls, send some emails and send the message that we will not accept anything other than this bill being passed unchanged. Harden the #$&! up …

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Mayors Against Illegal Guns Coming to Raleigh Saturday Morning

I know this is late notice, but hopefully you already received this information from the GRNC Email List. If not, you should consider becoming a GRNC member and supporting the cause. Anyways, tomorrow morning (June 22, 2013) The Illegal Mayors Against Guns Mayors Against Illegal Guns tour bus will be making a stop in Raleigh at Moore Square at 9:00AM. If you are available, you should come down and help us show Bloomberg that his …

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Have you called yet?

GRNC is urging everyone to call Gov. McCrory and Speaker Tillis to tell them to pass HB937 into law as-is. Have you called yet? McCrory (919) 814-2000 Speaker Tillis (919) 733-3451

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US House Strips Funding for UN Arms Trade Treaty

Rep. Mike Kelly introduced a plan to strip funding for the UN Arms Trade Treaty, and it was adopted unanimously by the US House. Awesome. WASHINGTON — Representative Mike Kelly (R-PA) introduced an amendment last night to H.R. 1960, the National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2014 (NDAA), to prohibit federal funding for the implementation of the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) for one year. The amendment was adopted unanimously by the House …

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