A Texas lawmaker is pushing legislation that would keep guns out of psychiatric hospitals in the state, just one year after the facilities began allowing firearms on their campuses.
Pulse nightclub shooting survivor Angel Colon has linked up with gun control group the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence and is now co-president of their Orlando chapter.
The Wyoming Senate Education committee unanimously approved a bill Wednesday that would authorize Wyoming school boards to decide whether or not people can carry guns in schools.
A New York Times opinion piece has applauded the ‘Docs vs Glocks’ appeals court ruling, declaring it a “win for free speech and gun safety.”
Chicago Police Superintendent Eddie Johnson announced Tuesday the launched expansion of ShotSpotter technology, tools that record the sounds of gunshots and alert police to their location.
It is now legal to carry a concealed firearm without a license in the state of New Hampshire.
Riots broke out Monday in a predominantly immigrant neighborhood in a suburb of Swedish capital Stockholm, just days after President Donald Trump criticized the immigration policy in Sweden.
Birmingham organization the Outcast Voters League and State Rep. John Rogers held a press conference yesterday to propose stricter gun laws in Alabama.
The USA Today’s editorial board argued yesterday that Republicans had made a mistake by revoking an Obama-era rule that would have banned some Social Security recipients from owning firearms.
Hugh C. Wiley has been appointed the new Chief Operating Officer of the gun industry’s trade association, the National Shooting Sports Foundation.