The world was saddened by the news of another mass shooting on Thursday, and the tale of a gunman shooting people in the head at Umpqua Community College in Roseburg, Oregon, quickly reignited the debate over concealed carry, campus carry, and the fundamental right to keep and bear arms.
Come Testify for gun rights! HOUSE STATE AFFAIRS COMMITTEE Monday, March 16, 9:00 AM at the State Capitol (Rm EW40)
Concealed carry laws are governed by each individual state. The result is that the laws can vary widely between states, and travelers must be wary and knowledgeable of the laws in the jurisdiction to which they are traveling. This, of course, poses a hardship for law-abiding gun owners who do not wish to be prosecuted […]
The ISAA has had a number of victories from our Preemption Project over the last six months. Idaho Preemption prohibits cities/counties from enacting ordinances that regulate almost every aspect of firearms. Our Preemption Project has helped overturn a dozen ordinances that were in violation of state law. We are working with another 37 municipalities to […]