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Grassroots Alert: Vol. 28, No. 7 2/16/2021

Biden Begins Gun Control Push
Biden Begins Gun Control Push
On Sunday, President Biden used the three-year anniversary of the criminal attack in Parkland, Florida to call “on Congress to enact commonsense gun law reforms, including requiring background checks on all gun sales, banning assault weapons and high-capacity magazines, and eliminating immunity for gun manufacturers who knowingly put weapons of war on our streets.”
Report: Bank of America Turned “Weapons-Related” Purchase Data Over to the Feds
Report: Bank of America Turned “Weapons-Related” Purchase Data Over to the Feds
According to a recent Fox News report, Bank of America secretly turned over hundreds of its customers’ personal data to the federal government following the unrest at the Capitol on January 6. The targeted customers included those who made purchases at “weapons-related merchants” in early January. The report suggested that the nation’s second largest bank turned the private information over voluntarily rather than in response to a subpoena. Bank of America’s willing collaboration with federal law enforcement at the expense of its customers highlights the broad threat posed by those that would commandeer ostensibly private banks and payment processors to undermine Second Amendment rights. 
More of the Same: NICS Reports a Record
More of the Same: NICS Reports a Record
More than 1.1 million NICS checks associated with a potential transfer that month was a sign that the gun-owning community was growing. There were more than 2.7 million checks in January 2020 and that was a record. At that time, no one knew what the rest of 2020 would hold. At that time, breaking three million NICS checks in a single month was a rarity…though it became commonplace by the end of the year.


Arizona Arizona
Arizona: Committee Hearing Pro-Gun Bills
California California
California: Legislative Update
Delaware Delaware
Delaware: Gun Ban Agenda a Feature This Session
Hawaii Hawaii
Hawaii: Anti-Gun Bills Scheduled to Be Heard in Committee
Illinois Illinois
Illinois: Renewed Effort to Increase FOID Fee & Mandate Fingerprinting
Indiana Indiana
Indiana: Right-To-Carry Bill Advances
Kentucky Kentucky
Kentucky: Legislative Update
Maryland Maryland
Maryland: General Assembly Overrides Vetoes of Private Transfer Bans
Missouri Missouri
Missouri: Bill Filed to Protect Second Amendment in Emergencies
Missouri: Self-Defense Bills Advance to Another Committee
North Carolina North Carolina
North Carolina: Worshipper Protection Bill Filed
South Carolina South Carolina
South Carolina: Open Carry Bill Advances to Full Committee
Utah Utah
Utah: Governor Cox Signs Permitless Carry Legislation!
Virginia Virginia
Virginia: Committee Unanimously Passes Concealed Carry Online Training Extension Bill
Virginia: Winchester Considering Gun Ban
Virginia: Loudoun County Considering Gun Ban

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