As part of a measure designed to expand research into gun violence as a health care issue, the bill would free physicians to ask patients about gun ownership.
Do I think a spin off of the pepper ball guns used mainly in corrections facilities will work well against armed attackers on the street? No way
The Missoula City Council held a meeting Monday night on a proposed ordinance to expand background checks on gun transfers, and it was packed.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence is set to honor Hillary Clinton at an upcoming gala next month, presenting her the Cuomo Visionary Award.
Two out of three of Montana’s congressional delegates as well as the state’s attorney general are warning Missoula city leaders about their proposed gun ordinance.
Anti-gun folk often assume that people who support gun rights are automatically supporters of states’ rights. That’s not necessarily the case.
Despite promised legal action by gun groups, the Missoula City Council this week voted for a public hearing on requiring background checks on private gun sales.
The two-day event in Phoenix covers a broad array of gun issues including legal cases, state and federal legislation, culture and politics.
The Missoula City Council is weighing a measure that would mandate an expansion of background checks to include virtually all gun transfers including private sales.
A federal appeals court in a 2-1 ruling Friday found a number of the District of Columbia’s gun registration requirements unconstitutional.