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Congress Has a Spending Bill That Solves Some Problems, Ignores Lots of Others
If both houses pass it, and Trump signs it, we won’t have to hear about shutdowns again until October.
GOP Congressional Leaders Ready to Wrap Up 2018 Very Soon
Congress will soon find reasons not to act on much of what was supposed to represent its 2018 agenda — other than campaigning for reelection.
Trump Wants Armed Teachers and Universal Background Checks
In a “listening session” on gun control, Trump floated some unhinged ideas along with some downright reasonable ones.
Florida: Guns 1, Students 0
Florida Republicans didn’t even wait a decent interval to shoot down a proposed assault weapons ban.
Gun Lobby to Push for National Concealed-Carry Rights
Using a bipartisan bill to tighten gun background checks as bait, the NRA and its GOP allies are pushing to nationalize concealed-carry licenses.
Trump’s Gun Agenda Could Bring Armed Tourists to the Streets of New York City
Trump wants to make concealed-carry permits from one state valid in all 50.
It’s Now Legal to Carry a Concealed Gun on Public-College Campuses in Texas
The new law goes into effect on the 50th anniversary of a deadly school shooting at the University of Texas.
Court Rules Second Amendment Doesn’t Guarantee Right to Carry Concealed Weapons
The ruling upheld a California law requiring applicants to show “good cause” for needing to carry a gun.
School Gives Trigger Warnings to Armed Students
At public universities in Texas, the Second Amendment is in a standoff with the First.
A Restaurant That Got Robbed Is Now Offering a Concealed-Carry Discount
The owner claims he’s not advocating “becoming the ‘OK Corral.’”
Many Professors Anxious About Legally Armed Students in Their Classrooms
The idea that our students would bring guns to our offices and classrooms was never part of the deal when we considered going into this field.”