Former Republican lieutenant governor candidate and state Rep. Mike Harmon, R-Danville, has filed a bill allowing Kentucky residents to carry concealed firearms without a permit. The legislation would make the unlicensed carrying of a hidden deadly weapon legal and prohibit employers from having no-firearms policies that apply to buildings or parking areas. It also forbids… Continue reading Harmon Files Concealed Carry Bill
After launching an online undercover investigation, Mayors Against Illegal Guns released a report Thursday showing extensive illegal gun sales across the country with an alarming number coming from Kentucky sellers. The bi-partisan gun control group includes Louisville Mayor Greg Fischer as a member and they are urging websites that allow gun advertisements to take steps… Continue reading Undercover Report Finds Widespread Illegal Gun Sales Online in Kentucky
Currently, Kentuckians without concealed carry permits may keep a firearm in their vehicle, but only if it’s stored in the glove box. Representative Will Coursey’s bill expands the definition to include consoles, enclosed compartments and storage areas originally installed by the vehicle’s manufacturer.
Voters heading to the polls for today’s primary in Indiana say they aren’t seeing the lines they saw during the 2008, when there was a presidential election. WFPL’s Elizabeth Kramer has more. By early afternoon, voters were trickling in at Jeffersonville’s Wilson Elementary School. But Kelly Khuri, who is campaigning for several Republican candidates, says… Continue reading Hoosiers Voting With Specific Issues in Mind in Primary