The Equal Access to Justice for Victims of Gun Violence Act would repeal the decade old law that shields gun companies from litigation if an individual uses their products to harm another person.
The feds hope to talk teens out of being a puppet for extremists both foreign and domestic through the use of a new website aimed at the nation’s youth, including tough talk on self-described “patriot” militia groups.
Arizona residents are one step closer to getting a tax credit for attending a firearms safety class after Republican lawmakers passed a measure offering a dollar-for-dollar credit for concealed carry permit holders on Monday.
The New York Times looks at gun culture in New Hampshire, one of the most gun friendly states in the country, and highlighted local attitudes toward owning firearms.
Despite promises from Gov. Tomblin to repeat his veto from last year on similar legislation, a bill to bring permitless concealed carry to West Virginia passed by huge margins Monday.
An Iowa law signed into effect in 2010 with the goal of getting guns out of the hands of dangerous people, including domestic abusers, has seen a total of 84 convictions, averaging just over 18 each year.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation has released an adjusted version of the National Instant Criminal Background Check System’s numbers for gun purchases in January.
A Los Angeles doctor has been sentenced to 30 years in the fatal overdoses of three patients and there is a comparison to be made here to control guns.
A group of students seeking the right to have their concealed handgun permits honored on Florida’s public university campuses is taking on lawmakers opposed to the measure.
The Anti-Defamation League on Monday called on musician Ted Nugent to remove an image posted to his Facebook page showing the faces of prominent Jews who support gun control.