Ammon Bundy, center, was one of several armed anti-government militants who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Oregon last year to protest the imprisonment of two ranchers on federal terrorism charges for arson. A broad definition of terrorism in Idaho law has gun rights advocates concerned about a bill that would bar more felons from owning firearms.
Ammon Bundy, center, was one of several armed anti-government militants who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Oregon last year to protest the imprisonment of two ranchers on federal terrorism charges for arson. A broad definition of terrorism in Idaho law has gun rights advocates concerned about a bill that would bar more felons from owning firearms. Rick Bowmer Associated Press
Ammon Bundy, center, was one of several armed anti-government militants who occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge headquarters in Oregon last year to protest the imprisonment of two ranchers on federal terrorism charges for arson. A broad definition of terrorism in Idaho law has gun rights advocates concerned about a bill that would bar more felons from owning firearms. Rick Bowmer Associated Press

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What’s terrorism? The question moves Idaho gun restriction bill back to committee

February 17, 2017 5:50 PM

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