The Arizona Senate has approved a bill allowing a person to carry a gun into a public building or event unless law enforcement or armed security is present.Read More »
A proposal to allow guns on university and college campuses is stuck in the Senate.
The bill’s chief sponsor, Sen. Ron Gould, R-Lake Havasu City, said he’s so far only corralled 13 “yes” votes for the proposal.
Despite all the attention it drew, the controversy surrounding Sen. Lori Klein pointing her handgun at a reporter’s chest while she was showing it during an interview is unlikely to result in any lasting implication for gun legislation in Arizona.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer has finished poring over bills passed during the Legislature's regular session, approving more than 350 and vetoing nearly 30, including a measure that would have let people carry guns into most government buildings that have no armed guards or metal detectors in place.Read More »
Gov. Jan Brewer on Friday vetoed a bill that would have allowed people to carry guns into most government buildings that don't have armed guards or metal detectors in place.Read More »
The Arizona House has approved a gun-rights bill that would generally let people take guns into government buildings without armed guards and metal detectors.Read More »
Arizona Gov. Jan Brewer has until Monday to act on a bill that would permit carrying guns on public rights of way at Arizona public university and community college campuses.Read More »
A bill permitting guns to be carried on public rights of way at Arizona public university and community college campuses is headed to Gov. Jan Brewer.Read More »
In an impassioned appeal, the state’s university regents are asking Gov. Jan Brewer to veto a bill that will allow guns to be carried on limited areas of college campuses.Read More »
Republicans in the House may soon be put in the sticky situation of having to choose between two conflicting principles that form the bedrock of their party’s views on personal liberty: property rights and gun rights.Read More »