John Feinblatt, president of Everytown for Gun Safety, has challenged President-elect Trump and his attorney general pick to keep their promise to be tough on crime but by modernizing law enforcement tools used to combat gun violence.
Legislation before the New Jersey Assembly may shut off access to shooting ranges for those who do not have a valid firearms permit and a state-issued ID.
The city of Hartford has seen an increase in stolen guns this year, leading the police chief to issue a reminder to gun owners to store firearms in a responsible manner.
In an emotional speech months before he was killed, Treyvon Godfrey shared at a town hall meeting how he had already lost five friends to gun violence.
Community colleges can ban guns only in classrooms or other specific areas where children are present, but can’t make blanket bans, according to an opinion put out this week by the Texas attorney general.
A bill to strike the prohibition of silencers in Illinois, one of just eight states that still outlaws the items, made it through committee this week and may get a vote in the Senate.
A district court on Monday upheld a controversial gun free zone covering the entire Waller County courthouse that has a gun rights group and the Texas Attorney General up in arms.
The department confirmed they will not be handing out “assault rifles” to random people whose names they draw from a hat.
An Indiana lawmaker intends to try again to pass legislation that would repeal the state’s current concealed carry permit program in favor of free and lawful unlicensed carry.
Among the low number, high priority pieces of legislation backed by the lieutenant governor for 2017 is one reducing the handgun licensing fee in the Lone Star State.