The budget still remains the key issue in the North Carolina General Assembly, and if an agreement is reached soon, the legislature may soon adjourn. Still, at a moments notice, Senate Bill 460 could be brought back to the Senate Floor. This legislation, which is being heavily promoted by the anti-hunting radicals at the Humane Society of the United States (HSUS), would create a new provision in state law that will undoubtedly be used to try to wipe out commercial dog breeders. In addition, anti-gun State Representative Deborah Ross (D-38) continues to refuse to give Senate Bill 928, the ‚Castle Doctrine‚ self-defense bill, a hearing. The bill remains stalled in the House Judiciary I Committee, which Ross chairs. For contact information on these important issues, please click here.

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