The UNDECLARED WAR. IT IS HERE WHETHER YOU WANT TO ADMIT IT OR NOT ! ---------------------------------------------- DAILY ALERT FOR Friday, May 15, 2015 LEGAL & LEGISLATION Delaware: Committee Hearing Scheduled for Bill that Violates Due Process, Your Help is Needed! On June 3, 2015, at noon, the Delaware Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hear Senate Bill 83. As previously reported, SB 83 would violate the due process of Delaware citizens. SB 83 would exceed current Delaware and federal law, and would allow abuse orders, which can be issued ex parte, to be issued without evidence that a person committed any actual act of harm against a person, or that the person has even been charged with any criminal act. LEGAL & LEGISLATION Nevada: Gun Bills in Danger, Your Urgent Action Needed! Tomorrow, May 15, is the legislative deadline for bills to pass out of the second house. Critical legislation, including campus carry bill, Assembly Bill 148, could be left on the table with gun owners getting the short end of the stick. Unfortunately, important bills may stall in committee due to a conflict between legislators. LEGAL & LEGISLATION North Carolina: Anti-Gun Extremists Attempting to Derail the Second Amendment Affirmation Act Anti-gun extremists, such as former New York City Mayor and billionaire Michael Bloomberg, are funneling out-of-state money into North Carolina in an effort to derail the Second Amendment Affirmation Act, House Bill 562. THE HILL Bill targets online ammo sales House Democrats are pushing legislation requiring face-to-face ammunition sales.Rep. Bonnie Watson Coleman (D-N.J.) has introduced the Stop Online Ammunition Sales Act of 2015. The bill unveiled Tuesday would require federally licensed ammunitions dealers to confirm the identity of individuals who arrange to purchase ammunition over the Internet by verifying a photo ID in-person. THE ASSOCIATED PRESS N.J.: Lawmakers considering overhaul of "smart gun" law A never enforced state law requiring pistols sold in New Jersey to have technology allowing only the gun’s owners to fire them could be overhauled THE OREGONIAN Oregon: When do new rules take effect? Some folks have been understandably confused about when Oregon's new law takes effect requiring that background checks be conducted for private firearms sales.That's because the language of Senate Bill 941 says the measure becomes law the moment it was signed by Gov. Kate Brown, which occurred on Monday. THE LAS VEGAS REVIEW JOURNAL Nevada campus carry proposal brought back to life A “campus carry” bill believed to be dead in the Senate will be amended into another Second Amendment measure on Friday, Assembly Judiciary Chairman Ira Hansen said Wednesday. THE OKLAHOMAN Veto override attempt considered after Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin rejects gun bill One year ago, Oklahoma legislators completed their first override of a veto from Gov. Mary Fallin. They were able to negate her decision on a bill involving firearms.Advocates for gun rights are hoping history will repeat itself. MLIVE.COM Snyder signs air gun reclassification bills changing definition of 'firearm' in Michigan law Gov. Rick Snyder on Tuesday signed a series of bills making it easier to purchase and possess air guns in Michigan by changing the definition of "firearm" in various state statutes.