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Grassroots Alert: Vol. 28, No. 45 11/16/2021

That’s Not How Research Works
That’s Not How Research Works
The NRA calling research papers “anti-gun” may sometimes come across as dismissive or reflexive, or both. Some researchers work to keep their papers sterile, no matter their findings. Others grant themselves leeway to be more bombastic, particularly when it comes to developing theories that explain their findings. Researchers from the University of Central Missouri and the University of Alabama at Birmingham posted a paper online that makes their anti-gun slant abundantly clear through both their text and their model specifications.
Out-of-Business Dealer Records Prompt Concerns of Backdoor Gun Registry
Out-of-Business Dealer Records Prompt Concerns of Backdoor Gun Registry
In recent weeks, Americans have rightly become concerned over a somewhat obscure ATF recordkeeping regulation that has a profound impact on gun rights. If gun control advocates get their way in changing this federal regulation for the worse, altering how ATF maintains these records, and are successful in criminalizing the private transfer of firearms, American gun owners would find themselves subject to what amounts to a backdoor gun registry.


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Massachusetts: Gun Bills Scheduled for Public Hearing Tomorrow
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Ohio: Ask Your Representative to Support Constitutional Carry
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South Carolina: Conway to Consider Ban On Open Carry

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