A poll released this week by Gallup found the lowest support of a ban on firearms classified by some as “assault weapons” in the 20 years they have asked the question.
With Election Day on the horizon, a number of gun control groups this week made it known they’d like former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in the White House.
New Hampshire’s Democrat Gov. Maggie Hassan has picked up another endorsement from a national gun control group in her bid to unseat Republican U.S. Sen. Kelly Ayotte.
Former Pennsylvania state Attorney General Kathleen Kane, who came to office on support from gun control groups, has been sentenced on felony perjury charges.
The largest metropolitan daily paper in the country this week fired off an editorial claiming the reason why microstamping isn’t in use is because of the gun industry — who vehemently disagree.
City leaders in San Jose, the third-largest city in the state, are evaluating a plan that would require gun owners to secure their firearms when they are not in use.
A lengthy, controversial and at times confusing $10 million universal background check ballot initiative passed by voters in 2014 is seeing its first use in court.
Only weeks away from a general election and with two months left in session, Democrats in the Michigan House on Wednesday debuted a sweeping gun prohibition proposal.
The state’s high court on Wednesday overturned the conviction of a Minnesota man currently serving a five-year term on a weapons charge incurred over a CO2-powered BB pistol.
Despite ratcheting up restrictions on legal firearms and limiting the field of available options, the number of gun transactions in California has been growing in recent years.