A judge's restraining order--signed after Donna Montoya was
attacked and threatened with murder twice in seven weeks by her
ex-boy-friend--did little to keep her violent former partner from
coming around her parents' Albuquerque, New Mexico, house in search
of her. Though she wasn't at the residence at the time, the
one-time boyfriend repeatedly circled the house, kicking at a door,
throwing a large rock through a window, and shouting, "It doesn't
matter. I'm coming in, anyway." When he tried, Montoya's father,
Juan, met the man with a rifle, mortally wounding him with a single
shot. Police believe the man was also carrying a large knife at the
time of the incident.
Last week, we wrote about Americans for Responsible Solutions’ irresponsible misinformation about The Hearing Protection Act on Twitter. Apparently, we weren’t the only ones who took notice of ARS’s complete disregard for the facts on ...
Today, the Arkansas Senate passed Senate Bill 724, an anti-gun bill which undermines some of the key advancements made with the passage and enactment of House Bill 1249. SB 724 is now headed to the ...
Judge Neil M. Gorsuch, President Trump’s pick to replace the late Justice Antonin Scalia on the U.S. Supreme court, asserted during his confirmation hearings this week that Scalia’s landmark Second Amendment opinion in District of ...
We are excited to inform you of our new California specific webpage – Stand and Fight California. On this page you will find State Legislation, Legal Updates, and How to Get Involved, among other California ...
On Monday, March 27, the Texas Senate will convene after 2:00pm and is expected to take up and consider Senate Bill 16, NRA-backed legislation sponsored by State Sen. Robert Nichols (R-Jacksonville) and Joan Huffman (R-Houston).
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