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How Are Suppressors Impacted by The Hearing Protection Act?

The net effect of increased product availability could lower product prices and associated margins. This post How Are Suppressors Impacted by The Hearing Protection Act? appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Hearing Protection Act Reaches 100 Cosponsors In House

The Hearing Protection Act (H.R. 367) reached a symbolic milestone in the House of Representatives when Rep. Drew Ferguson (GA-03) signed on as the 100th cosponsor... This post Hearing Protection Act Reaches 100 Cosponsors In House appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

4 reasons Dodd-Frank will not be repealed by Trump

Many people, especially real estate professionals, are anticipating President Trump’s pledge to remove regulations relating to financial services and the rollback of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act...

Missouri bill aimed at stopping frivolous lawsuits may kill off consumer protections

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (WDAF) -- The sponsor of a controversial Missouri Senate bill said his main goal is stop frivolous lawsuits from being filed in the state, but opponents said the legislation guts Missouri's consumer protection act. Few...Show More Summary

Silicon Valley: It is Time to Start Caring about Dodd-Frank

There is so much noise around Trump's executive orders, but when it comes to repealing Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act there is a deafening silence. While I think that EVERYONE should care, I know that financial legislation is boring to most people. Show More Summary

Trump rolls back law requiring energy companies to disclose foreign ties

On Tuesday, Donald Trump signed a new law repealing a portion of the Dodd-Frank Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act -- essentially giving energy and mining companies free reign to deal with foreign governments without disclosing their financial ties. Show More Summary

Can We Please Repeal Dodd-Frank Already

As most are aware, the government’s response to the mortgage/banking crisis was the passage of the “Wall Street Reform and Consumer Protection Act,” commonly known as Dodd-Frank, for the namesakes

So What Happens if the Hearing Protection Act Passes? – My Opinion

While TFB endeavors to avoid the politics itself, we do deal with the fallout of various political decisions. California’s new “gun control” laws being a perfect example of it, prompting innovation for “features” that previously that did not exist. Show More Summary

GOP Introduces Bill Which Would Gut Parts Of EPA

I’m personally against doing away with the Environmental Protection Agency. When the Environmental Protection Act was first passed, it was a worthy piece of legislation, which bound the nation together

Why we probably haven’t seen the last of the Virginia GOP’s attempt to ban abortion after 20 weeks

In January, Virginia Attorney General Mark Herring issued a formal opinion declaring Virginia’s Pain-Capable Unborn Child Protection Act — a bill that generally bans abortions after 20 weeks’ gestation — unconstitutional. His opinion...Show More Summary

Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop Lori to Congress: Support the Conscience Protection Act of 2017

The law would ensure health coverage be provided without the threat of government helping to 'destroy innocent unborn children.'

Judge orders 5-Hour Energy to pay $4.3 million

A King County judge has ordered the makers of 5-Hour Energy to pay nearly $4.3 million in penalties and attorneys' fees for violating the Washington state Consumer Protection Act. A … Click to Continue »

Tithing from the IRA Rollover

Charitable Gift IRA Rollover: The Past In 2006 I was visiting with a donor who was very excited about the recent Pension Protection Act that enabled him to give from his IRA to charity. The Charitable Gift IRA Rollover allowed many donors...Show More Summary

ASA : Legislative Update: State Efforts, Hearing Protection Act, & More…

It has been a busy month for the American Suppressor Association. We are currently tracking four pro-suppressor bills at the state level, with more to come... This post ASA : Legislative Update: State Efforts, Hearing Protection Act, & More… appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Disinformation Campaign on the Hearing Protection Act Continues

Anti-gun advocates and their media allies are furious that the gun community would dare remove an onerous and unnecessary law that limits their ability to protect against hearing loss. This post Disinformation Campaign on the Hearing Protection Act Continues appeared first on AmmoLand.com Shooting Sports News.

Super Bowl Draws Focus to Texas and Its Impending Anti-Trans Bathroom Bill

3 weeks agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

Texas is yet another state whose GOP-led legislature has moved to pass a so-called “bathroom bill,” termed the “Privacy Protection Act” or Senate Bill 6, that would enforce gender policing in the use of public facilities. Whil… Read The post Super Bowl Draws Focus to Texas and Its Impending Anti-Trans Bathroom Bill appeared first on Towleroad.

Safety recall? Put down that phone

3 weeks agoIndustries / Law : Overlawyered

Honda called car owners to warn about dangerous Takata airbags. Its reward was to get sued by a class action lawyer over unsolicited calls under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) [U.S. Chamber Institute for Legal Reform] Tags: telecommunications Safety recall? Put down that phone is a post from Overlawyered - Chronicling the high cost of our legal system

New Congressional Bill Protects Babies Who Are Born Alive After Botched Abortions

U.S. Senator Ben Sasse reintroduced the Born-Alive Abortion Survivors Protection Act on Wednesday in Congress amid strong hopes that the bill will pass this time around. Last year, the U.S. House passed the bill, but it did not move forward in the Senate. With Republican majorities now in both houses, the life-protecting measure appears much […]

Student note on Confederate Monuments in North Carolina

Kasi E. Wahlers has published an interesting student article in the North Carolina Law Review titled “North Carolina’s Heritage Protection Act: Cementing Confederate Monuments in North Carolina’s Landscape”. It takes up North Carolina’s handling of remnants of public monuments aimed at remembering and commemorating some ugly aspects of its past. Show More Summary

USDA's new Horse Protection Act rules withdrawn from federal enactment.

A conservatively shod Tennessee Walking horse wearing stacked pads and bands. This horse was shod for demonstration purposes at a vet-farrier education event. The pads and shoe bands would have been banned under the unpublished rule announced last week. Show More Summary

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