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Views on constitutionalists, the second amendment and executive action, lessons of prohibition.
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Reader statements on supporting music programs, ineffective gun control.
Readers protest real cost of bonds, Fitz cartoon, hot weather football games.
Reader opinions on Bernie Sanders' age, NAU shooting, bonds for growth.
Second Amendment and a favorite teacher.
Readers discuss preliminary research reporting, TUSD desegregation order, Constitution Week, Operation Streamline.
Christine Jones discusses the Second Amendment at a campaign event Wednesday.
PHOENIX — In a partial victory for free speech rights, the state Court of Appeals ruled Thursday that gun-rights advice Alan Korwin has a legal right to post a political statement about the Second Amendment on Phoenix bus shelters.
A proposed state law would let gun owners sue city council members or county supervisors personally if those governments pass or try to enforce gun laws that are stricter than state law.
Sen. Jeff Flake may have lost significant constituent support for his vote against expanded background checks, one poll suggests.
PHOENIX - The political damage to the state's junior senator because of his vote against background checks on firearms sold at gun shows depends on whom you ask - and when.
WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court left in doubt Monday whether gun owners have a Second Amendment right to carry a firearm in public.
The Second Amendment does not grant the right to bear arms - it affirms the right.
Member of the Tucson City Council
Joan Rivers used the catch-line "Can we talk?" Our state Legislature should heed the request.
PHOENIX - With the threat of new federal gun control laws and regulations looming, a state legislator wants to provide legal cover for Arizonans who do not want to obey them - and penalize federal officials who try to enforce them.
PHOENIX - Fearing new federal laws and regulations, a state legislator wants to provide legal cover for Arizonans who do not want to obey them - and impose penalties on federal officials who try to enforce them.