Gun Control

9:20am

Thu September 12, 2013
The Two-Way

Missouri Vote Fails On Measure To Invalidate Federal Gun Laws

Originally published on Thu September 12, 2013 10:30 am

George Sherer and his son, Jeff, look at a SIG Sauer 716 patrol rifle during the NRA Annual Meetings and Exhibits last April in St. Louis.
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Missouri lawmakers failed to override Democratic Gov. Jay Nixon's veto of legislation aimed at invalidating certain federal firearms restrictions.

Senators voted 22-12 Wednesday night to override the veto, falling a single vote short of the required two-thirds majority. The override had already passed the Republican-controlled House.

The Associated Press reports:

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12:08am

Wed September 11, 2013
Politics

State Senators Ousted In Historic Recall Elections

Senators Angela Giron and John Morse
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In two historic recall efforts, Democratic State Senators John Morse and Angela Giron lost their seats in the State Legislature Tuesday evening.

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4:39pm

Tue September 10, 2013
The Two-Way

In Iowa, Blind People Can Carry Guns In Public; Not Everyone's A Fan

A debate is taking place in Iowa over the ability of people who are legally or completely blind to carry guns in public. The issue stems from a 2011 change in the state's gun permit rules, allowing visually impaired people to carry firearms in public.

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1:02pm

Mon September 9, 2013
Gun Control

Focus Shifts To Voter Turnout On Recall Election Day

Colorado State Senate

A drawn-out fight is almost over for two Colorado lawmakers who are fighting to keep their jobs after voting for new firearms restrictions.

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6:31am

Tue September 3, 2013
Politics

Gun Debate Continues As Colorado Senate Recalls Loom

Senator Angela Giron (left) and John Morse (right) are facing a historic recall in Colorado.
Colorado State Senate

On Sept. 10, voters in Colorado Springs and Pueblo will decide whether two Democratic state senators, John Morse and Angela Giron, should keep their jobs. Both sides of the gun debate in Colorado are pouring a lot of resources into the historic recall elections.

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