A Gun Sense Vermont vigil honors the victims of the Sandy Hook shooting and others, while the group continues its push to broaden the reach of Vermont’s gun laws.
For Immediate Release — Vermont Traditions Coalition & Gun Owners of Vermont October 21 , 2016 Contacts: William Moore, Firearms Policy Analyst Vermont Traditions Coalition 802-888-9390 Ed Cutler, President Gun Owners of Vermont 802-463-9026 Chris Bradley, President Vermont Federation of Sportsmen’s Clubs 802-485-6818 Response to Vermont Public Radio polling released October 19, 2016 – why […]
The federal government (the Ninth Circuit) has ruled that the federal government (the ATF) can prohibit people from owning guns if they use a medicine called cannabis.
A public discussion tied to the Brattleboro Museum & Art Center’s current “Up in Arms” exhibit aims to help Vermont gun owners, police and the public find common ground.
News Release — Sue Minter for Vermont August 24, 2016 Contact: Alex Showerman, [email protected], (802) 585-1264 My heart goes out to the families of Alicia Shanks and Linda Lambesis, who we tragically lost 10 years ago today when an angry ex-boyfriend went on a shooting rampage in Essex. But thoughts and prayers are not enough. […]
Following the Orlando nightclub shooting in June, the Vermont Democratic Party vowed to fight harder for gun control measures and added the topic to its official party platform.
If you believe I do not need a semi-automatic rifle to hunt, you are correct – I don’t. But I do need it for the purpose specifically intended by the Constitution, which is the defense of my home and to stand against a tyrannical government.
Six Democratic candidates for governor and lieutenant governor spoke, calling for background checks for all gun sales.
If elected, the Democratic gubernatorial candidate says she will lead a push to establish universal background checks for all gun sales in Vermont.
Dallas should put to rest the theory that arming the country is a logical way to end confrontations with the cowboy fantasy of “taking out” the shooter.
The Democrats’ legislative demands either flagrantly violate the constitutional rights of law-abiding citizens or are hopelessly ineffective and unenforceable against would-be terrorists and mass murderers.
What lessons can be learned from the Orlando shooting and what responses taken?
The participation in the sit-in was the latest of several steps by members of Vermont’s delegation to press for action on gun control since the massacre in Orlando.
The votes came the week after Sen. Patrick Leahy joined a filibuster demanding that the Republican leadership allow floor votes on gun control-related amendments to an appropriations bill. Sen. Bernie Sanders returned to the Capitol last week ahead of the votes.