The Idaho Second Amendment Alliance is seeking an upgraded Castle Doctrine for Idaho citizens. The current version is outdated and does not protect gun owners like it should. Here, ISAA President Greg Pruett talks with ISAA attorney Alexandria Kincaid about the issue.
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The City of Buhl is pushing back against changing their illegal ordinance. ISAA President Greg Pruett stopped by and talked about the issue with the ISAA attorneys.
ISAA President Greg Pruett has an important update regarding Rep. Maxine Bell’s voting record! Rep. Maxine Bell is a Republican in District 25. She lives in Jerome and in addition to her hometown her District also covers Kimberly, Filer, Buhl, and parts of Twin Falls.
Rep. Rich Wills (R-23) is from Glenns Ferry Idaho. His District also covers Mt. Home, Marsin, and some other small towns in the area. His voters must be educated on his gun control vote and his refusal to also answer the ISAA survey.
ISAA President Greg Pruett speaks out against SB 1378 which will bring Permitless Carry to Idaho residents 21 and over but will at the same time take away Permitless Carry outside of city limits to millions of non-residents who have the ability and 18-20 year old Idaho residents. Did Idaho legislators forget what “shall not be infringed” means?
Take time to learn what amendments may be making their way into Permitless Carry legislation in Idaho!
ISAA President Greg Pruett and other ISAA members drove from Boise to Chairman Tom Loertscher’s District (R-32) to talk to his constituents about him blocking gun bills the last two years.
ISAA Greg Pruett and other ISAA members meet with concerned gun owners in Preston, Idaho over Chairman Loertscher’s (R-32) decision to block another pro-gun bill.
ISAA Greg Pruett and other ISAA members meet with concerned gun owners in Soda Springs, Idaho over Chairman Loertscher’s (R-32) decision to block another pro-gun bill.
ISAA President returned from the road trip to District 32 and discusses the upcoming rally at the Capitol on February 20th.