As his first proposal of the 2018 legislative year, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced Wednesday a push to expand the list of misdemeanor crimes resulting in the loss of gun rights.
A group of House Democrats on Wednesday urged the chamber’s leaders to end a longstanding ban through the Dickey Amendments on federal funding for gun research study as a health care issue.
A Texas state official said last week the federal background check system needs more resources to function properly.
Although a host of hypothetical scenarios can describe the potential impact a net neutrality repeal could have on the internet, Stanford law fellow Ryan Singel argues why the gun industry and activists should be concerned.
A special election to fill Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ former seat in the U.S. Senate until 2021 unexpectedly went to the Democrats, to the joy of those seeking stronger gun laws.
The House overwhelmingly voted to terminate a fraud prevention initiative that’s caught flak for its list of “high risk” merchants, to include those in the gun industry.
Federal law enforcement officials indicted 11 Ohio residents last week for firearms trafficking, including the illegal transfer of a machine gun.
Democrat Doug Jones is facing off Tuesday against Republican Roy Moore for the seat left open by Jeff Sessions earlier this year.
A 63-year-old man was sentenced last week to 3 years probation for dealing firearms without a license after he sold guns to undercover federal agents through a classifieds service.
The Delaware Supreme Court last week held that a prohibition on firearms on public land issued by two state agencies is unconstitutional.