November 4, 2016 |

In this video, U.S. Law Shield President Kirk Evans explains the main reasons why legal gun owners get arrested. Click to learn what you should and should not do after a self-defense incident.

When You Go Vote: Know Your State's Carry Rules   
Each state has different rules about whether firearms are allowed into polling places, so we've asked our line-up of Independent Program Attorneys to tell us what each state's rules are regarding concealed carry into and around polling places. Click on your state's link to see if you can carry, or not, when you go to vote: 
Firearms in School Zones
State and federal rules about firearms possession around schools can be confusing. Click the links below to watch videos on how Georgia and Pennsylvania regulate firearms carry in "gun free zones."  

Up to $20,000 in reward money is being offered for information leading to the arrest and conviction of those responsible for a burglary of Five Star Guns in Longs, South Carolina, on October 8 sometime after 4 p.m. Click to read the details.  

A Dinwiddie County Sheriff's Deputy has been exonerated in the shooting death of his brother after a Virginia family dispute ended tragically with one dead and another charged with murder. Click to see how this tragic event unfolded. 

The Georgia Supreme Court has decided a case involving the right to carry a firearm onto school property. At issue were a pair of laws enacted in 2014 that were contradictory. Click to read the verdict. 
Prince William County-based Elite Shooting Sports (ESS), the nation's most advanced indoor shooting range and a U.S. Law Shield affiliate, will celebrate its second anniversary with an open house on Saturday, Nov. 5, 2016. Click to see when the festivities begin. 

Michigan's House Bill 5996 would regulate the manufacture, possession, sale or transfer of "assault weapons" in the state, which of course means some semiautomatic pistols or semiautomatic or pump-action rifles that are capable of accepting a detachable magazine. Will this effort go anywhere? Click to read more.
Is a new voluntary background check service really working? Click to see the underwhelming numbers. 

The New Jersey Senate and General Assembly teamed up to stop adoption of a rule expanding the justifiable need standard for issuing handgun carry permits. Click to see why a broader standard would have helped N.J. gun owners protect themselves.