It has been a long week of reading lots and lots of court documents. Hopefully useful to you all. Managed to find a bug in the site I used. Sent in an error report and made sure the documents I had paid for were properly uploaded. Made an off hand request for a feature and the lead developer said “Feel free to add it”. It was very nicely done.
So I’ve completed my first contribution to his project. I have more to do but it is a start.
Regardless, I just don’t have the energy to read and analyze another case right now so you all get a link dump. Enjoy.
Nashville cops who shot Audrey Hale are Marine vet and ‘precision policeman’
Nashville cops Michael Collazo and Rex Engelbert are being hailed as heroes for gunning down Covenant School shooter Audrey Hale. They’ve done it before.
Youngkin signs gun safe tax credit bill, garners support from both sides of gun debate
Gov. Glenn Youngkin put pen to paper on a new bill making it easier and more affordable to lock up firearms.
This is what real “gun safety” looks like. Encouraging people to buy and use gun safes.
Oregon’s stalled gun control Measure 114 gets new life as state bill
State Sen. Floyd Prozanski, D-Eugene, chair of the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Monday presided over hearings on a new bill that incorporates many of the gun control regulations voters approved under Measure 114, yet changes some of its provisions.
The state legislature has gone as far as inserting language into the bill to require that any suit filed must be brought in Marion County. This is to keep anybody from challenging in red counties. Marion County is very very left leaning.
Protest gathers at Capitol lawn in support of gun rights
Dozens gathered at the Capitol lawn on Saturday to call for lawmakers to “stop infringing on their gun rights.
Amazing how they took that photo designed to show just how small the protest is. Compared to watching them bunch Moms Demand into a tight tight cluster to make it look like a larger protest.
New Measure 114 case filings involve hearing, trial and plaintiffs’ notice for default judgment
New filings in a lawsuit against the State of Oregon for its pending gun control measure involves three new case entries Sunday.
6 major takeaways from the ATF's first report in 20 years on U.S. gun crime
Stolen guns, untraceable weapons and other deadly devices are becoming more prevalent in U.S. gun crimes, new federal data shows.
Cincinnati takes a swing at gun reform with a lawsuit and new ordinances
In an effort to curb gun violence, Cincinnati has two proposed ordinances for City Council to consider and filed a lawsuit against the state.
Dems expect Whitmer’s gun safety proposals to pass
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s three gun safety proposals could become the law of the land as Democrats control a trifecta in state government for the first time in nearly 40 years.
Senators renew call for investigation of smaller AR-15 rifle they claim is targeted toward children
Senators renew call for investigation of smaller AR-15 rifle targeted toward children
Supreme Court report sparks suspicions about Clarence Thomas, Samuel Alito
SCOTUS’ failure to identify who leaked the Dobbs draft has raised eyebrows among those who believe one of the court’s conservative justices was behind it.