Bipartisan NH Bill to Address Mental Health and Gun Access Hits Senate Roadblock

Concord, New Hampshire – A bipartisan bill aimed at addressing gun control measures following a tragic incident at New Hampshire Hospital faces obstacles in the state Senate. The bill, inspired by the fatal shooting of a security guard at the psychiatric hospital, failed to advance after a party-line vote. The proposed legislation, known as Bradley’s … Read more

Colorado House Passes Bill to Ban Semiautomatic Firearms, Senate Approval Uncertain

DENVER, Colorado – In a significant move by the Democratic-controlled House, a bill aimed at prohibiting the sale and transfer of semiautomatic firearms was passed on Sunday. This development marks a pivotal moment for the legislation, especially considering a similar bill met a swift demise at the hands of Democrats last year. The bill, which … Read more

Legislation Honoring Slain Belmont Student Up for Debate in Tennessee Senate Committee Today

NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In the aftermath of a tragic shooting incident that claimed the life of a Belmont University student while she was walking in a local park, there have been significant developments. The alleged perpetrator, Shaquille Taylor, has been indicted for First Degree Murder and Evidence Tampering. Taylor’s history of mental incompetency, previously deemed … Read more

Senate Approved a Resolution to Ratify Sweden and Finland’s Accession to NATO

With Russia waging war in Ukraine, the Senate overwhelmingly approved a resolution to ratify Sweden and Finland’s accession to NATO. There were 95 votes in favor and 1 against, with only Republican Senator Josh Hawley opposing and Republican Senator Rand Paul abstaining. A two-thirds majority was required in the chamber to pass. In June, Sweden … Read more