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.
A social media campaign by Moms Demand Action and Everytown brought a strong public response from the National Rifle Association last week.
Two weeks after the on-air killing of two journalists, the NRA’s Chris Cox penned an opinion piece not to discuss the incident but attack political opponents.
Vicki Gardner was released from a Roanoke hospital on Monday. Due to the gunshots that pierced her back, doctors had to remove a kidney and part of her colon.
A federal court Tuesday rejected a request for rehearing over Florida’s law prohibiting health care workers from asking about their patient’s firearms, lifting a long-standing injunction.
Fairfax Media met in rural New Hampshire to talk about the place of guns in US politics and culture, and the power of the American gun lobby with former NRA lobbyist Richard Feldman.
A federal judge last week tossed out a lawsuit from a gun control group challenging Kansas over what is called the strictest Second Amendment protection law in the nation.