Thanks to your support in the November 2010 elections, over 80% of NRA-PVF’s endorsed candidates were elected to the
On Monday, January 10, 2011, Iowa’s 84th General Assembly will convene and NRA, with support from Iowa Firearms Coalition, Iowa Sportsman’s Federation, and other pro-gun activists, will pursue an aggressive agenda to make Iowa a leading pro-Second Amendment state. The following is a listing of some of NRA’s top priorities in the
This proposed constitutional amendment would provide
Building on NRA’s “Constitutional Carry” successes in
“Shall-Issue” Carry Reform
As of January 1, 2011,
“Personal and Family Defense Act”
The proposed legislation would allow Iowans to defend themselves and their families—removing a person’s duty to retreat—from any place they have the legal right to be. Additionally, any Iowan who used justifiable force could not be held civilly or criminally liable.
Upon the passage of the new shall-issue law, some counties in
Emergency Powers Reform
In the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, local authorities in
Please continue to visit www.nraila.org for additional information and updates on the above legislation.