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The Trump administration’s revamped White House website promises law and order and the protection of gun rights, as well as several other policy priorities for the new president.
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Approximately 65,000 people attended the gun industry’s annual convention last week in Las Vegas, making it the second most attended SHOT Show in the event’s 39-year history.
The New Hampshire Senate passed legislation last week that would allow gun owners to carry a concealed firearm without a permit, and Gov. Chris Sununu was quick to voice his support for the bill.
A group of Tennessee faculties announced opposition to students carrying guns on college campuses, anticipating future legislation that may further unravel gun regulations in the state.
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