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Gun rights advocates holding rallies at state capitols in U.S.

Gun rights supporters – many carrying rifles and ammunition – gathered at state capitols across the U.S. on Saturday to push back against efforts to pass stricter gun control laws that they fear threaten their constitutional right to bear arms.

Idaho House passes ‘stand your ground’ law, 57-12

Idaho lawmakers passed a “stand your ground” law on Tuesday that supporters said will simply write into law provisions that have existed in Idaho case law and jury instructions for a century, though opponents questioned that.

House passes ‘stand your ground’ bill, sends to Otter

The House has voted 57-12 in favor of SB 1313, the “stand your ground” bill. Rep. Judy Boyle, R-Midvale, the bill’s House sponsor, said, “This is so you can protect yourself, others, your property , your occupied vehicle. If you are threatened by someone, this...

Inslee signs bump stock ban

Gov. Jay Inslee signs bump stock ban, but the Senate delays a debate over new restrictions on semi-automatic rifles and school security measures.

Idaho bill seeks to deter domestic abusers from owning guns

Idaho would become the latest state to prevent convicted domestic abusers from owning guns under a proposal headed to the House floor. The House Judiciary, Rules and Administration Committee, a Republican-dominant panel, on Thursday spent several hours debating the Democratic-backed measure before agreeing to send HB 585 to the House floor...