West Coast lawmakers have left no stone unturned in their crusade to protect the public from gun-like objects as a new law banning the sale or manufacture of phone cases resembling guns was signed Friday.
A number of states have signed on to a brief filed by the Arizona Attorney General’s office supporting a case that the District of Columbia’s “good reason” requirement for a gun permit is unconstitutional.
In a mixed ruling, a county court this week axed several of the city’s expansive gun ordinances adopted last year while upholding others.
The number of donated adult entertainment devices outnumbered attendees at the Cocks Not Glocks rally against campus carry at the University of Texas on Wednesday.
The City of Minneapolis is partnering with Pillsbury United Communities to fund two gun buybacks this weekend with the aim to convert weapons into art objects.
Consider a tweet from Everytown about a protest outside the NAACP office in Houston: “Gun extremists protest outside NAACP office in Houston.”
Lawmakers on Wednesday sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill sparked by two high-profile murders with guns stolen from law enforcement vehicles.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday issued conditional vetoes on bills that would change the state’s smart gun laws and tighten “justifiable need” standard for gun permits.
A law professor suing the University of Missouri, where he works, to be able to carry his firearm on campus now has state Attorney General Chris Koster on his side.
Writing in HuffPo as a representative of New Mexicans to Prevent Gun Violence, Valerie Plame Wilson is speaking out against this effort to raise charity.