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FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check index data published

FBI National Instant Criminal Background Check index data published In what seems to be an effort for transparency and to notify the citizens of the amount of data that has been collected by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, the FBI has now released data on the number of records each of states have submitted to the National Instant Criminal [more]

Minnesota Democrats Propose New Extended Background Check Bill

Minnesota Democrats Propose New Extended Background Check Bill Democrats have just announced this week that they are submitting a new bill which will change how residents of Minnesota will be purchasing their firearms. The announcement was well attended by members of two gun advocate organizations, namely the Minnesota chapter of the Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in [more]

20,000 FBI Employee Contact Info Released by Hackers Online

20,000 FBI Employee Contact Info Released by Hackers Online The unidentified hacker or group of hackers has once again made good on their threat against the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and released the personal information of more than 20,000 FBI employees Monday afternoon, February 8, 2016. The publishing of the hacked data came just a day after the [more]

January 2016 continues trend of Record Breaking Gun Background Checks

January 2016 continues trend of Record Breaking Gun Background Checks Citizens across the United States had set numerous records last year in the form of the number of background checks being run for firearm purchases across the country. While each background check doesn’t necessarily translate to a single purchase, the sheer number of checks that was conducted throughout the year [more]

FBI Halts all Background Check Denials Appeals Processing

FBI Halts all Background Check Denials Appeals Processing In a recent report about the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the FBI's National Instant Criminal Background Check System, it seems like the FBI has all but halted the processing of background check denial appeals due to its examiners being completely overwhelmed by the sheer number of checks that were [more]

FBI now hiring additional background check staff for Center in Clarksburg

FBI now hiring additional background check staff for Center in Clarksburg Following the announcement of United States President Barack Obama's executive actions to enhance the country's current background check system, the FBI's Criminal Justice Information Services Division is now currently set to increase its work force. It is now currency hiring staff to meet the president's order to bolster its background [more]



North Dakota Background Check and Gun Laws

North Dakota is a "shall issue" state for concealed carry. The North Dakota Bureau of Criminal Investigation (BCI) shall issue a concealed weapon permit to a qualified applicant. The applicant must pass a written exam and submit an application to the local law enforcement agency, which conducts a local background check before forwarding the application to the BCI. The permit is valid for three years. A concealed weapon permit is required when transporting a loaded firearm in a vehicle. Concealed carry is not allowed in an establishment that sells alcoholic beverages or in a gaming site. Concealed carry is also not allowed, unless permitted by local law, at a school, church, sporting event, concert, political rally, or public building
 
North Dakota has state preemption of firearms laws. No political subdivision may enact any ordinance relating to the purchase, sale, ownership, transfer of ownership, registration, or licensure of firearms and ammunition which is more restrictive than state law.
 
Firearms manufacturers, distributors, and sellers are not liable for any injury suffered because of the use of a firearm by another. However, they may be sued for breach of contract or warranty, or for defects or negligence in design or manufacture.

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