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Idaho has among the worst gun laws in the country, with some of the highest rates of gun suicides and household firearm ownership. With only a few gun policies in place, Idaho needs its legislators to pass nearly an entire suite of laws in order to properly protect state residents—including all of the foundational laws. And yet the state has gone in the opposite direction in recent years, passing Shoot First and a guns-on-campus mandate, while also repealing a concealed carry permit requirement, minimum age protections, and a policy barring public carry after a violent offense.

303 In an average year, 303 people die by guns in Idaho. More at EveryStat.
#48 in the country for Gun Law Strength. (Same as last year). See why.

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Gun Lobby Backed Lawmakers Pass Dangerous Measure to Force Guns on School Grounds, Idaho Moms Demand Action and Students Demand Action Respond 

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