Stand Your Ground
Public Campaign released a report today that traces the links between campaign contributions by gun interests and the pro-gun legislation proposed and passed by the Ohio legislature in recent years.
With the North Carolina legislative session ending Friday, one bill that never saw the light of day was an attempt to repeal "Stand Your Ground provisions" that passed in 2011.
This house bill (HB 1192) never made it out of the Judiciary subcommittee where it was introduced in May. Was the bill buried because the NRA has spent years building influence in the state and key legislators have benefitted and stand to benefit politically by supporting NRA positions?
Let’s look at the facts: