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Controversial Anti-gun Stunt Enrages Conservatives

Controversial Anti-gun Stunt Enrages Conservatives  A social experiment and publicity stunt in New York City has enraged US Conservatives. A fake gun store was set up in the city, where gun store are prevented from ever opening due to state [more]

NRA Low Blows Giffords in Rising Gun Control Debate

NRA Low Blows Giffords in Rising Gun Control Debate  On March 4, gun control advocate, Gabby Giffords joins lawmakers in pushing for expanded background checks on Capitol Hill. The push faces an uphill battle due to GOP majorities in the House and Senate, [more]

Prevent Broken Wallets, Background Check your Valentine

Prevent Broken Wallets, Background Check your Valentine  Valentine's Day is here, but it may not be all roses and chocolates. This season of love, scammers may be taking advantage of the blindness that love causes to rip you off. The Better Business [more]

Uber's Background Screening Process Under Scrutiny

Uber's Background Screening Process Under Scrutiny  Uber, a 5-year-old company that has raised about $2.7 billion in cash and is valued by investors at over $40 billion, is in the limelight these days. It is expanding at breakneck speed, hiring thousands [more]

Record Number of FBI Gun Background Checks Set on Black Friday

Record Number of FBI Gun Background Checks Set on Black Friday  Three background checks per second; Black Friday's buying frenzy resulted in the largest ever number of firearms purchased on the US retail day. More than 175,000 gun background checks in total. It has been an [more]

Firearm Background Check Win in Washington State

Firearm Background Check Win in Washington State  Voters have passed a measure to expand background checks on weapon deals and transfers in Washington state. I-594 passed with almost 60 percent voting in support, 40 percent contradicted, with a little more than 870,000 [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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