Physicians represented by the Brady Center plans to appeal a ruling by a federal court that upholds Florida’s prohibition law on asking patients about guns. Read more
A U.S. district court ordered the Department of Justice to release documents related to the failed gunrunning ‘Fast and Furious’ scandal, which were withheld by an executive order by President Obama.
Police chiefs in Massachusetts may have the right to challenge rifle and shotgun permit applications in court after a compromise gun bill worked out Wednesday. Read more
An open carry activist’s interaction with law enforcement brought about a correction in local laws, but not without having a deputy point a rifle at him first. Read more
The Washington D.C. Metro Police is back to enforcing the district’s strict ban on gun carry outside the home after a federal judge allowed the city a 90 day window to draw up a new law Tuesday. Read more
Since he is a convicted felon, he wasn’t legally allowed to be in possession of the handgun. So instead of risk getting caught with it at the anti-violence rally, he opted to hide it in the teen’s backpack. Read more
Congressional Democrats Tuesday announced legislation aimed at encouraging states through federal grant money to remove firearms from domestic abusers. Read more
The Jewish Federation of Greater Seattle is calling for the resignation of a National Rifle Association-area spokesman after he criticized Jewish people for supporting gun control.
In The firearms world there are two types of people: those who think laser-sights are crucial tools, and those, like me, who look at them as a crutch for bad shooters to lean on. Read more
The 2011 order by the ATF for gun dealers in border states to report two or more rifle sales made within five days was upheld by a federal court Monday. Read more