Arizona Republican candidate for Attorney General Mark Brnovich talks to supporters at the Republican election night party Tuesday, Nov. 4, 2014, in Phoenix. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin)
04 Sep 2016

AZ AG: Guns Are Allowed At Private Schools

From AZ Cen­tral — Arizona’s pri­vate ele­men­tary, mid­dle and high schools can allow guns on cam­pus, accord­ing to a new Ari­zona Attor­ney General’s Office opin­ion. Sen. Steve Yarbrough, R-Chan­dler, request­ed the legal opin­ion sev­er­al months ago. He got his answer late Fri­day. Accord­ing to Attor­ney Gen­er­al Mark Brnovich, state and fed­er­al

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Sheriff John Hanlin (R) speaks at a news conference in Roseburg, Oregon October 2, 2015. REUTERS/Steve Dipaola
04 Sep 2016

Why Many Sheriffs Oppose Gun Control

From Press-Enter­prise Some of South­ern California’s most vocal gun rights advo­cates wear badges. River­side Coun­ty Sher­iff Stan Sniff and San Bernardi­no Coun­ty Sher­iff John McMa­hon have con­sis­tent­ly opposed new gun con­trol leg­is­la­tion. So does Orange Coun­ty Sher­iff San­dra Hutchens. In a tele­phone inter­view, McMa­hon said more gun con­trol rules are

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Senator Don Gustavson Latest Nevada Lawmaker Opposing Question One Gun Control
04 Aug 2016

Sen. Don Gustavson Opposing Question One

State Sen­a­tor Don Gus­tavson of Sparks, Neva­da is the lat­est Neva­da law­mak­er to oppose the Ques­tion One gun con­trol bal­lot ini­tia­tive. Gus­tavson told his con­stituents in an email this week that the gun con­trol mea­sure “goes beyond mon­i­tor­ing pur­chas­es by plac­ing empha­sis on trans­fers, a process designed to turn peace­able

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