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Dangerous Possession of a Firearm by a Juvenile Overturned

A juvenile was adjudicated delinquent in Marion County for the offense of misdemeanor dangerous possession of a firearm. The juvenile appealed, and the Indiana Supreme Court held that juvenile court lacked subject matter jurisdiction to adjudicate juvenile delinquent for committing

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“Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act” (PLCAA)

At the 18:20 mark, Mike Ooley and Alex Ooley discuss the “Protection of Lawful Commerce in Arms Act” (PLCAA) with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation. Essentially, the purpose of the PLCAA is to prevent frivolous lawsuits against firearms

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Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground

Today, we appeared on the Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation to discuss Castle Doctrine and Stand Your Ground. Check out our discussion here, beginning around the 10:55 mark:

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Discussion of Red Flag Laws on the Daily Bullet

We appeared on the Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation to discuss Red Flag Laws, sometimes called Extreme Risk Protection Orders (“ERPO”). Check out our discussion here, beginning around the 16:40 mark:

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Discussion of Constitutional Carry on the Daily Bullet

We were on the Daily Bullet with Paul Lathrop from the Second Amendment Foundation to discuss Constitutional Carry. You can check out our segment on YouTube or Facebook. Please contact your state Representative and your state Senator and tell them

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Constitutional Carry in the Indiana House of Representatives

Yesterday, House Bill 1369 (HB 1369) got a hearing with the Public Policy Committee in the Indiana House of Representatives. If passed, HB 1369 would eliminate the licensing requirement for carrying a handgun in Indiana and would adopt “Constitutional Carry,”

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