In this issue, read about the gun-ban lobby continuing to exploit fear over terrorism, the AMA`ssecret conference on guns, another pro-gun victory at the polls, developments on the reckless lawsuit preemption bill, and a request to help save funds.
In this issue, read about Section 1062 being stripped from the Defense Authorization bill, Senators Schumer and Kennedy launching their registration campaign, Rosie O`Donnell raising money for Janet Reno, and the selection of Governor Marc Racicot to be the new head of the RNC.
In this issue, read about attacks on John Ashcroft from gun-ban extremists, the continued campaign to wipe out traditional American gun shows by exploiting fears over terrorism, and an alert for New Mexico.
In this issue, read about Senator McCain`s effort to promote attacks on gun shows in January, the VPC helps prove the failures of "gun control," another supporter of the Second Amendment is elected to office, an invitation to CPAC 2002, and alerts for New Mexico and South Dakota.
This week, read about the next phase of the AGS exploitation campaign, the gun-ban lobby following suit, the passage of the Aviation Security Act, another judicial defeat for anti-gunners, Bellesiles`s "response" to his critics, Ann Landers ignores real safety message, and alerts for Colorado and Wisconsin.
Due to technical problems the fax alert for November 16, 2001 was not sent. The next fax alert will be sent November 21 due to the Thanksgiving holiday. NRA is closed Thursday and Friday, November 22 and 23.
In this issue, read about NRA`s Election Day successes, a call to attend town hall meetings this weekend, thanks for Robert Novak keeping informed of anti-gun efforts, the indictment of an anti-gun mayor, a request to switch to our e-mail alert system, and updates for Arizona and New Mexico.
In this week`s Alert, read about a Clinton appointee`s orchestrated recall of certain BB guns, AGS admits its target is all private transfers of firearms, Election Day in New Jersey and Virginia, a call for more co-sponsors for the federal reckless lawsuit preemption bill, the FloridaSupreme Court rejects the Miami-Dade reckless lawsuit, an upcoming lecture on the Second Amendment, and alerts for New Mexico, New York, and Wisconsin.
In this issue, read about the latest shameless actions by the anti-gun AGS, the continuing debate over the "demilitarization" of certain military surplus items, an attack on air guns by a Clinton appointee, an invitation to attend CPAC 2002, a call to switch from fax to e-mail for alerts, and alerts for Pennsylvania and Wisconsin.
In this issue, read about another crushing defeat for reckless lawsuits, the U.S. Senate approves the arming of pilots, keep the pressure up to prevent the forced "demilitarization" of lawfullyowned firearms, a gun show ban gets struck down in Maryland, and alerts for California, New York, and Ohio.
In this issue, read about Federal Legislation that could require military surplus firearms owned by law-abiding civilians to be rendered permanently inoperable, the Smith/Burns amendment that seeks to allow firearms in the cockpits of commercial aircraft, another shameless attempt by the AGS to exploit fear over terrorism, an anti-gun historian being forced to respond to critics of his "research," and more.
In this issue, read about the shameless attempt by the anti-gun community to exploit the terrorist attacks of September 11 to promote attacks on gun shows, more problems for the gun-ban lobby formerly known as HCI, anti-personal protection groups abandoning an attempt to overturn Michigan`s new Right to Carry law at the ballot, and alerts for California and New Mexico.
In this week`s alert, read about preparations for a response to last week`s terrorist attacks on America, another troubling report about Kmart, the 30th Anniversary of National Hunting & Fishing Day, and alerts for Arizona, California, Connecticut, and New Mexico.
In this week`s FAX Alert, read about upcoming action in Congress regarding NICS and campaign finance "reform," the latest junk science promoted by the gun-ban lobby, two pro-gun stalwarts announce their retirement from the U.S. Senate, and alerts for New Mexico, New York, Ohio, and Washington.
In today`s FAX Alert, read about another crushing blow to the anti-gunners` reckless lawsuit agenda, a final call to submit comments on NICS, Congress returns from its August recess, and alerts for California and New Mexico.
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.