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Intel Brief: Taking A Deeper Look At H.R.127

Last night, Rep. Shiela Jackson Lee (D-TX-18) released the completed text to bill H.R.127. H.R.127 is one of four pieces of legislation Rep. Jackson Lee (D-TX) has submitted to the 117th Congress. With the full text released for H.R. 127 we will take a more in-depth look on what this bill seeks to cover. This proposed legislation has some serious ramifications for the firearms industry and community if passed.

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Gearing Up For The Road Ahead: Exploring The Challenges Of A Biden Presidency In Regards To The Second Amendment

Today, President-Elect Joe Biden will be sworn in today as 46th President Of The United States Of America. With this transition of power we will see the transition of policy ideas and new legislation during these next four years. The next four years will be critical to preserving our first and secondment rights in this great nation.

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Intel Brief: Taking A Closer Look At The Biden Administration’s Gun Policies (Part 1)

In a couple of. days the Biden Administration will officially take office when President-Elect Joe Biden is sworn in as President Of The United States on January 20th, 2021. During his campaign, President-Elect Biden spoke strongly on taking on the firearm industry and limited second amendment rights. In his months of campaigning he made it very clear his intentions and plans on registration, buybacks, and restriction on firearms and ammo.

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What the Victory Of Georgia Dems in Means For Our Second Amendment Rights

Last night, Georgia held its Senate Runoff election for its two senate seats in Congress. Those two seats were crucial to both Democrats and Republicans in the next congressional term stating this year. If the Republicans maintained those seats they would continue with the senate majority, lead by Minority Leader McConnell. Giving the Republicans the ability to block potentially harmful democrat legislation. If the Democrats where to win it would create a tie in the senate. Leading to the Vice President being the tie breaker on potential legislation votes. With Kamala Harris potential the new VP, it would allow for progressive legislation to move essentially unopposed through both houses.