The Florida Supreme Court overturned the conviction of a felon in possession of a firearm because the gun wasn’t considered “modern” under state law.
A gun industry trade group filed suit against the state’s “unconstitutional” assault weapons crackdown.
The man, who was shot in the head, was identified as 26-year-old Justin Carr. He spent overnight on life support, but succumbed to his injuries Thursday.
Gov. Jerry Brown signed legislation codifying the public use of videos taken during lawmaker debate in the California Assembly.
The Mob Museum in Las Vegas will host a livestreamed forum next week on Nevada’s background check voter referendum.
The Medina Independent School District is home to 303 students, and according to a sign placed by an entrance Wednesday, possibly, a few firearm-toting faculty members.
A California congressman introduced legislation to require licensed gun dealers to carry smart guns on their shelves as soon as the National Institute of Justice says it’s time.
Armed with a study from a gun control group, supporters of Washington’s I-1491 voter referendum argue that in states where similar measures were adopted lives were saved.
Bills banning the sale of toy guns, requiring seizure of real ones, establishing a handgun database and requiring newly manufactured handguns to be microstamped are up for debate this week in New Jersey.
The city council approved a measure that will mandate gun lock usage, the reporting of lost or stolen firearms and ban leaving guns in unattended vehicles.