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.
Act now to request an extension on the comment period for the proposed punitive federal regulations concerning your knives and other items made of ivory.
Fossil ivory may be banned along with elephant ivory because, it is feared, many FWS inspectors will not be able to differentiate between the two.
A federal law change over 13 months in the making basically targets all ivory in the USA, no matter its age or use.
An arresting officer's claim that Freddie Gray was arrested for carrying an illegal knife appears to be baseless, according to state and city laws.
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 knife law update includes the defeat of a proposed state ban on ivory and a rundown of knife laws at the state and federal levels.