Merely because you possess or carry a knife, knife law enforcers may try to justify their existence by turning you into an accused “law-abiding” criminal.
In Knife Laws Of The U.S., Evan F. Nappen answers questions about what knives are legal to own and carry in each state, and which aren't.
A Knife Law Reform Bill, including Knife Law Preemption, AB 142, has passed the Wisconsin Assembly by a voice vote, according to Knife Rights and kniferights.org.
On September 30, 2015, the AKTI presented Senators Mike Enzi, R-WY, and Ron Wyden, D-OR, with the "Common Sense Award." The award is designed to honor Members of Congress who have worked across party lines to further common sense legislation.
Maine becomes the eighth state to repeal its antiquated switchblade ban. Maine Gov. LePage has signed into law LD 264, "An Act To Restore the Right To Possess Certain Knives That Are Used by Many Citizens as Tools."
The American Knife & Tool Institute (AKTI) sent an email blast detailing three ways knife enthusiasts can support good, solid, pro-knife law changes.
Doug Ritter of KnifeRights.org shared information about articles New York Village Voice reporter Jon Campbell wrote condemning the persecution of knife owners in New York City.