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Woman arrested after giving husband's guns to police

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Lakeland Police say 32-year-old Courtney Irby is charged with armed burglary and grand theft. An arrest affidavit says Irby knew her husband Joseph Irby had weapons, so she took them and turned them over to police.

NRA suspends Chris Cox, top lobbyist

- The Washington Times

The National Rifle Association has reportedly suspended Chris W. Cox, the head of its legislative-lobbying arm, accusing him of being part of a failed coup to oust CEO Wayne LaPierre.

In this May 6, 2015 file photo, State Rep. Ron Hood, right, answers a question about his proposal to allow residents to carry a concealed weapon without first having to have a permit, with his co-sponsor, Rep. Tom Brinkman in Columbus, Ohio.  An Ohio House committee has scheduled a vote on legislation allowing individuals to carry concealed weapons without having to receive training, undergo a background check or obtain a license. The House Federalism Committee meets Wednesday, June 19, 2019  on the bill sponsored by Hood and  Brinkman, both Republicans.  (AP Photo/Andrew Welsh-Huggins, File) **FILE**

Ohio House panel considering changes to state concealed carry law

- Associated Press

An Ohio House committee on Wednesday considered legislation opposed by law enforcement groups that would drop the requirement for people carrying concealed weapons to say they are armed during interactions with officers.

Visitors to New York's Times square walk past a Ruby Tuesday restaurant, Friday, Sept. 16, 2016. Customers have been walking away from sit-down chains as convenience and affordability take precedence. Ruby Tuesday said this week that its CEO is resigning, and the chain forecast another quarter of lower sales as it closes locations. It's the latest of several established restaurant groups that are retrenching, changing management or scrambling to adapt as people have more food choices all around them. (AP Photo/Mary Altaffer)

Woman fatally shoots herself at Ruby Tuesday

Associated Press

Police say 28-year-old Madison Moore of Landis suffered a single gunshot to the stomach while visiting a Ruby Tuesday restaurant in Kannapolis, about 25 miles north of Charlotte. She died at a local hospital.