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.
A federal judge last week tossed out a lawsuit from a gun control group challenging Kansas over what has been called the strictest Second Amendment protection law in the nation.
Leading the fight to undo the Second Amendment — without actually amending the Constitution, as such a policy change requires —is not an act of leadership but of brazen deception.
The video shows children dressed in suits and wearing glasses repeat inflammatory statements by NRA’s Wayne LaPierre, who often exaggerates current threats.
Moving forward, the ATF must sift through comments from the public and possibly even maneuver through newly imposed laws before writing another proposal.
Texas Senate approved a proposal last week could leave carry permit holders in the Lone Star state with fewer “gun-free zones” — under threat of heavy fines.
A pair of Arizona gun bills sparked a theological debate at the statehouse about whether or not God grants U.S. citizens the right to keep and bear arms.
Today is the last day to comment on the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosive’s proposal to change the exemption process for armor piercing ammunition.