Thomas Blank was quietly appointed to serve as the Chief of Staff for the U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement agency earlier this month.
In a unanimous vote by the City Council and Mayor this week, Washington’s third largest city decided to strike their more than decade-old ban on electronic weapons.
Following a court challenge in the form of a federal lawsuit on Second Amendment grounds, the Crescent City has lifted their ban on stun guns and tasers.
Stun gun and body cam maker Taser International announced a name change Wednesday, and offered a one year trial of free body cameras and software for every officer in America.
The Baltimore County Council on Monday voted to scrap their ban on electronic weapons following a federal lawsuit challenging the prohibition on Second Amendment grounds.
The New York Attorney General has responded to a legal challenge to the state’s Taser and stun gun ban by saying the devices are not “bearable arms” protected by the Constitution.
Riot police in India have long held they use what are described as “pellet guns” as less-lethal weapons against crowds. Turns out it’s just a 12 gauge shotgun.
Two months after a Maryland man took Annapolis officials to federal court over their stun gun prohibition, the City Council passed emergency legislation to repeal the ban.
A series of local Taser and stun gun bans in Maryland are effectively over just weeks after a group of area residents filed suit in federal court.
Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey was named as a defendant in a federal lawsuit filed last week over the state’s prohibition of Tasers and stun guns.