The United Kingdom has some of the most restrictive gun laws. L learn the history of gun control laws across the pond...
What happens when you're denied a Texas License To Carry? Read this and find out causes for denial and what to do if this happens to you...
One side believes when law-abiding Americans own guns, it makes others feel less safe. The other end claims that legal gun ownership is the key to personal protection. With so many differing viewpoints on the subject, it can be hard to separate fact from fiction...
Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor discusses upcoming legislation that could effect our gun rights, possibly in a positive way.
U.S. LawShield of Pennsylvania Independent Program Attorney Justin McShane on protests and guns (transcript). One of the hot-topic issues that we get on the non-emergency line has to do with gun rights and protesting. It’s not my job or my place in life or that of U.S. LawShield to tell you what you should protest... [Read More]
Doug Richards, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. LawShield®, describes what laws should gun owners be aware of when attending a protest. (Transcript below.) Doug Richards here for U.S. LawShield. Today, we’re going to talk a little bit about protesting, and I think that this is an important topic to discuss, given what’s happened recently in... [Read More]
Legislative update from Florida by Independent Program Attorney James Phillips. Legislative update: In 2017 there was a extremely important change made to the law regarding self defense that everyone should be aware of. This is in regards to our immunities statute, which is found in Florida Statute 776.032. Prior to July, a defendant... [Read More]
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On Sept. 1, Texas Members will be able to open a big ol’ goodie bag of upgraded self-defense freedoms, courtesy of Gov. Abbott and the Texas Legislature. Click the video below to see Independent Program Attorney Emily Taylor alert you to some of the changes. Transcript appears below the video. 2017 Texas Legislative Session has... [Read More]
Earlier this year, Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson (R) signed House Bill 1249 into law, allowing concealed-carry permit holders to apply for and receive an “enhanced” concealed carry permit. The enhanced permit requires an additional eight hours of firearms training and allows the holder to legally carry a concealed firearm at airports, polling places, public... [Read More]
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A federal lawsuit has been filed in Michigan, alleging that the state’s Department of Health and Human Services (MDHHS) violated the Second Amendment rights of potential foster parents. According to FoxNews.com, “Caseworkers from MDHHS and a county judge told William Johnson of Ontonagon, Mich., that he had to choose between his Second Amendment rights and... [Read More]
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We recently asked Texas & U.S. Law Shield Members if Uber’s ban on firearms would affect their decision to use the transportation company. By more than a 4:1 margin, respondents in the online survey said they will not support Uber because of its carry policy. The survey was attached to a story about Florida Uber driver Namique Anderson, who would... [Read More]
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