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Litigation, NRA, Only Ones, ATF, Tactics

Litigation After an Illinois county circuit court judge sided with the state that its Firearm Owners Identification card requirement is constitutional, the plaintiff plans to appeal. The FOID card – in effect since the 1960s – is required for Illinoisans to buy or possess firearms and ammunition. You may recall that the Illinois State Police also uses the FOID database …

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Litigation, Enemies, Liars, DGUs, Tactics, Obit

Litigation Judge Karin Immergut of U.S. District Court for the District of Oregon has ruled that Oregon’s voter-approved law – Ballot Measure 114 – banning large capacity magazines and requiring a permit to purchase a gun falls in line with “the nation’s history and tradition of regulating uniquely dangerous features of weapons and firearms to protect public safety.” That of …

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Litigation, 73 Reasons

Litigation Still smoldering: The vacated frame and receiver rule. Gun Owners of America and the Gun Owners Foundation have filed a federal lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for North Dakota, challenging the ATF’s Zero Tolerance policy towards FFLs. Under this new policy, which was put into place by the Biden Administration last year, any errors in record keeping by …

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Litigation, NRA, Industry News

Litigation U.S. District Court Judge Reed O’Connor of the Northern District of Texas has granted summary judgment for the plaintiffs in the case VanDerStok v. Garland, vacating the ATF’s “frame or receiver” rule and preventing the federal government from enforcing it, saying, “Because the Court concludes that the government cannot regulate those items without violating federal law, the Court holds …

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‘Merica, litigation, NRA, Joe, seatbelts

The Unashamed American Litigation The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled in Jones v. Hendrix, 21-857, that people who have used up their appeals don’t get another day in court “based solely on a more favorable interpretation of statutory law adopted after his conviction became final.” In this case, the convicted man, Hendrix, who was given a 27-year prison sentence for …

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Litigation, H. Biden, IRS, enemies & liars, tactics

Litigation The Supreme Court ruled last Friday that judges can be more lenient in delivering punishment for some gun crimes, finding that those sentences can run concurrently alongside sentences for other crimes, due to conflicting federal laws on the matter. The Seventh U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week in Atkinson v. Garland that the U.S. District Court for …

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Litigation, NRA, Tactics

Litigation The NRA has requested to join in the federal lawsuit filed by SAF and its associates in a challenge of the BATF’s new “arm brace rule,” hoping to have the existing injunction against the rule also apply relief to NRA members. Meanwhile, the National Association for Gun Rights filed a new suit in federal court in Texas against the …

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Litigation, Tactics, DGUs

Litigation The Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled en banc Tuesday that nonviolent misdemeanor offenders should not be subject to lifetime gun bans. Well, duh. In this case, Range v. Garland, it was a food stamp fraud to feed his needy family for which the defendant received only probation and paid restitution. This ruling is significant and a good …

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