Florida Legislature Reaches Agreement on Change to SYG Law

Members of the Florida House and Senate hammered out an agreement to improve the state’s “stand-your-ground” law as time was running out on the state’s legislative session. Senate Bill 128, sponsored by Sen. Rob Bradley (R-Fleming Island), was approved late on May 5. It now awaits the signature of Republican Gov. Rick Scott. The bill …

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U.S. Law Shield Members: Check Out These Great Perks

Hi, U.S. Law Shield Members: We wanted to let you know about some fantastic deals you are eligible for through our 2A Member Perks program, including great buys on ammunition, training, and even accessories, such as concealment holsters for women. For instance, Can Can Concealment offers a healthy 10% off the price of Can Can Concealment Holsters …

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Dinner Turns Deadly, Part 2: Florida

In Part 1, Member Ambassador Sherry Hale explained how a Member went out to eat at a popular diner and was attacked in the parking lot. In Part 2 below, James Phillips, Independent Program Attorney for U.S. Law Shield of Florida, explains when you can legally defend yourself from an attacker. Also, click to find …

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Catch of The Day—Don’t Let It Be You!

A few East Texas anglers obviously knew they were breaking the law because they ran from the law. They were fishing last March along Gladewater Lake’s public fishing piers, but they bolted when a Gregg County game warden appeared. Gladewater police, however, were also on patrol and stopped one man when, according to the warden’s …

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Watch Our Unique Take on the Second Amendment

The upcoming Memorial Day holiday reminds us that many fine men and women have died to protect our freedoms, including the right to bear arms. Click to watch our own “History of the Second Amendment” video—and remember why it is the right to bear arms that protects all the other rights.  

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