November 8, 2016 is Election Day in Maine and Mainers will be voting on five citizen initiative questions and one bond question. We've been feature these questions right here and today we take a closer look at ballot question 3.
A few weeks back, my daughter, Alexis, mentioned that she really was interested in possibly pursuing a job in law enforcement, once she was out of school. We were thrilled with the excitement she was showing and wanted to try and keep that enthusiasm going and growing...
Maine's new law allows law-abiding citizens to conceal a handgun without applying for a state permit. It also does not require that you go through any type of mandatory training. That doesn't mean that going out armed with a gun is a good idea if you're not armed, first, with good information.
Well, unless police changes, I've watched my last movie at Regal Cinema. They now have a new, corporate policy aimed at "protecting" us from law abiding gun owners. Seemingly brilliant corporate heads can be so stupid.
What thing to know about Governor LePage. He does what he says he'll do. He said he'd sign the constitutional carry bill and yesterday, he did just that. In 90 days (the length of time necessary for the law to take effect), a concealed carry permit will no longer be necessary to carry a weapon in Maine. Open carry is already allowed.
Maine State Troopers yesterday (May 18) responded to 54 Fish Street in Leeds, for a report that Guy Schultz, 43, had discharged a firearms too close to a neighbor’s residence. Through investigation Troopers determined that Mr. Schultz was prohibited from possessing firearms, due to a previous felony conviction for burglary in 1991.
Senator Roger Katz talked to the Moose Morning Show about a bunch of things, including smoking electronic cigarettes (vaping), narcotics possession as a misdemeanor and carrying a gun without a concealed carry permit.
Six weeks left of the legislative session and things are heating up at the State House. Senator Roger Katz talked to the Moose Morning Show about a bunch of things, including gambling, cell phones in cars and constitutional carry of handguns.
Wednesday at 1pm in room 436 of the Maine State House, the bill to allow concealed carry of a handgun in Maine, without a permit, will have a public hearing. Senator Katz talked with us about that this morning and gave us a couple of updates as well.