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  • Florida court upholds ban on openly carrying gun

    Florida court upholds ban on openly carrying gun
    TALLAHASSEE — In what judges described as a first-of-its-kind case, an appeals court Wednesday upheld a Florida law that prevents people from openly carrying firearms, finding that the restriction does not violate the constitutional rights to bear...
  • Maryland governor appoints state police superintendent

    Gov. Larry Hogan's nominee to lead the Maryland State Police said Tuesday he will focus on diversity in the agency and be sensitive to issues of trust between police and state residents. Col. William Pallozzi, who has risen through the ranks over a 25-...
  • Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police

    Hogan picks career trooper to lead state police
    Gov. Larry Hogan picked a career trooper to lead the Maryland State Police, announcing William M. Pallozzi Tuesday as his pick for the agency's superintendent. Pallozzi spent 25 years in the state police including a variety of leadership roles, and...
  • Good Ideas On Stopping The Next Shooter

    Good Ideas On Stopping The Next Shooter
    Dec. 14, 2012 was a chilly Friday, nothing out of the ordinary, until news reports started coming from Newtown. That well-off suburban enclave produced so little news that many state residents weren't exactly sure where it was. They know now. The...
  • State needs law against using cellphones while driving

    Allentown repealed its gun control law because city officials knew they could not win a challenge. The same thing happened when Allentown and other cities had to repeal their bans on driving while using a cellphone. It's a state, not a local, issue....
  • Orange neighborhoods fight to keep out new schools

    Orange neighborhoods fight to keep out new schools
    Groups of Orange County neighbors worried about growth have found a surprising common enemy: the neighborhood public school. In three areas, residential opposition has successfully slowed or derailed efforts to build schools meant to alleviate crowding....
  • South Carolina senator says sexist remarks were just jokes

    A South Carolina senator says he was only joking with a female colleague when he referred to women as a "lesser cut of meat" while they dined with others near the statehouse Tuesday. But she says the remarks are sexist and upsetting and that she's...
  • Gun bills on different paths; 'snippy' over border security?

    Tensions may be rising between the Republican heads of the Senate and House over the best way to secure the Texas-Mexico border. But don't try to be pithy and say things are getting snippy. After Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick, who leads the Senate, held a...
  • With Approval of Sandy Hook Report, Attention Turns to Legislative Action

    With Approval of Sandy Hook Report, Attention Turns to Legislative Action
    HARTFORD – Questions lingered after the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission on Friday approved its 256-page report on school security, emergency response, gun-control measures, and mental-health reform arising from the deadliest elementary-school...
  • Troopers, big crowds as Texas lawmakers take up gun rights

    Weeks of tension over Texas gun rights shifted to the grind of lawmaking Thursday when more than 100 people waited under heightened security at the Capitol to testify on looser firearm laws that Republicans have prioritized under new Gov. Greg Abbott....
  • Kansas proposal would allow concealed carry with no permit

    Coming off legislative victories in recent years, gun-rights advocates pushed Kansas lawmakers Thursday to allow the state's residents to carry concealed firearms without requiring them to obtain a permit. The Senate Federal and State Affairs Committee...