In this issue, read about the introduction of the Senate version of reckless lawsuit preemption; an anti-gun mayor being convicted of several crimes; and alerts for Arizona, Colorado, Nevada, New Mexico, North Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, and Washington.
In this issue, read about reckless lawsuit preemption legislation; a ruling in New Jersey that highlights the need for reckless lawsuit preemption; and alerts for Arizona, Colorado, Illinois, Indiana, New Mexico, North Carolina, Ohio, Texas.
In this issue, read about the introduction of reckless lawsuit preemption legislation in Congress; a judicial blow to the reckless lawsuit campaign in California; an invitation to Second Amendment debates in Virginia; and alerts for Colorado, Illinois, Maryland, New Hampshire, Texas, and West Virginia.
In this issue, read the latest about the city of Chicago`s reckless lawsuit; an invitation to attend a Grassroots Workshop during the Orlando Annual Meetings & Exhibits; a request for volunteers to help during the Orlando Annual Meetings; and alerts for Arizona, Maryland, Minnesota, Ohio, and Texas.
In this issue, read about the latest anti-gun travesty in Canada; Michael Bellesiles being picked up by a radical publishing house; and alerts for Arizona, Colorado, Maryland, Minnesota, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Mexico, Texas, and Wyoming.
In this issue, read about our continuing efforts to promote reckless lawsuit preemption; the cruel "joke" anti-gun actor George Clooney told about Charlton Heston; Tony Martin being denied parole; the passing of Bill Mauldin; an invitation to CPAC 2003; and alerts for California and Colorado.
In this issue, read about the 108th Congress convenes; Zell Miller will not seek reelection; Michael Bellesiles`s publisher drops him; troubles for Michael Moore in England; an invitation to CPAC 2003; and an alert for Michigan.
In this issue, read about another reckless lawsuit being thrown out of court; the continuing sad saga of Michael Bellesiles; another anti-gun extremist runs afoul of the law; and an alert for Michigan.
In this issue, read about the outrageous ruling on the Second Amendment by the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals; a Supreme Court ruling on felons and firearms; U.S. Senator Mary Landrieu wins the race in Louisiana, and embarrasses the gun-ban lobby; clarification regarding black and smokeless powders and the Homeland Security Act; a call to switch from fax to e-mail; and an update for Mississippi.
In this issue, read about President Bush signing armed pilots legislation into law; an alert on voting in a special election in Louisiana; confusion regarding an NRA-PVF mailing in Louisiana; and alerts for Mississippi and New York City.
Established in 1975, the Institute for Legislative Action (ILA) is the "lobbying" arm of the National Rifle Association of America. ILA is responsible for preserving the right of all law-abiding individuals in the legislative, political, and legal arenas, to purchase, possess and use firearms for legitimate purposes as guaranteed by the Second Amendment to the U.S. Constitution.