A bill that would provide for “gun violence prevention orders,” introduced just days after the Isla Vista killings, is coming to a final vote in the California legislature.
A 2012 traffic stop that led to an arrest of a legal gun owner for having three rifles in his car was overturned in a federal lawsuit decided this week in Louisiana. Read more
A 16-year-old boy from Summerville, South Carolina — along with his lawyer — is fighting disciplinary actions taken by the school and local authorities last week over a creative writing assignment.
The president plans five areas of veteran focus, including mental health care, homelessness, digitizing VA records and improved training for the detection of PTSD and suicide prevention programs. Read more
“We The People” celebrates the diversity and cultural significance guns and gun rights have on American society. Read more
“We’re an American-made product. We stand with our customers and our community in protecting the right for law abiding Americans to own and operate intelligent rifles,” said Anson Gordon, a TrackingPoint spokesman. Read more
Citing risk for terrorism and assassination, attorneys for Washington D.C. asked a federal judge to reconsider his ruling against the District’s ban on gun carry. Read more
In a strong win for gun rights in California, a federal judge struck down the state’s longstanding 10-day waiting period for gun purchases in many cases Monday. Read more
A group representing 1600 SWAT teams is scrambling to keep a Defense Department surplus gear program intact. Read more