A rebooted measure that could see lawful concealed carry on Florida’s public colleges and universities was introduced on Wednesday.
A ballot referendum to establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders approved by voters in the Evergreen State after a $4 million campaign by gun control advocates took effect Thursday.
A Northern Virginia lawmaker would like to study the feasibility and costs of establishing a firearm registration program for firearms purchased in the Commonwealth.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, whose office regulates the Sunshine State’s over 1.6 million permit holders, announced Wednesday that renewals could be processed online.
A small town mayor in New York on Tuesday filed a federal lawsuit against the Empire State’s ban on stun guns contending they are protected arms under the Second Amendment.
Georgia State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver is back with a sweeping proposal to ban most semi-automatic firearms although the same legislation tanked in the Georgia House last session.
Prosecutors and law enforcement in New York City on Monday announced the indictment of four Virginia men in moving guns through the city, while advocating for tough new laws.
A Republican lawmaker and member of President-elect Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition has a concealed carry reciprocity measure waiting for introduction to the new Congress.
An incoming Republican has introduced a bill that would place civil liability on businesses that ban lawful guns in the event of a patron getting hurt.
The court heard arguments Friday as to whether the government shares blame for the death of Kate Steinle because a federal ranger left his pistol in a backpack that was stolen from inside his vehicle.