The Interior Department says a new law allowing loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges will not take effect until next year.
Victory came yesterday when the House passed a bill that will allow people to bring concealed and loaded guns into national parks.
The U.S. House of Representatives passed a bill today that included an amendment to repeal the gun ban on National Park Service (NPS) land and wildlife refuges.
The next few days could see the end of the pernicious gun ban on NPS lands.
Gun owners won a long-fought victory in the U.S. Senate yesterday with the passage of an amendment to repeal the gun ban on National Park Service (NPS) and National Wildlife Refuge System land.
The Senate has approved a measure that would allow people to carry loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.
The National Parks Service has announced it will not challenge a court order that temporarily stops the late-term Bush administration policy of allowing CCW-permit holders to carry in National Parks. That's the news media's backwards way of saying the bureaucrats running the National Parks are delighted they don't have to allow CCW-permit holders to...
The Obama administration says it will not appeal a federal court ruling that prohibits carrying loaded guns in national parks and wildlife refuges.
The Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence sued the Bush administration over a new policy that will permit concealed carry in National Parks and National Wildlife Refuges.