California lawmakers and voters in 2016 passed multiple layers of new gun laws set to take effect over the coming years, but just exactly how it translates to practice is a bit murky.
After calling on readers to blitz lawmakers in Congress for tougher gun laws, the Brady Center this week bestowed its annual “Bear Award” to People’s Editorial Director Jess Cagle.
A jury on Monday held that two men violated federal law by manufacturing and selling silencers, brushing aside a Kansas statute that grants exemptions from federal gun control laws.
California Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s “Safety for All” voter proposition may have won over voters but it could soon face legal scrutiny in court.
Voters in California, Nevada, Washington and Oregon approved stricter gun control initiatives while those in Maine, Kansas and Indiana leaned towards protecting the Second Amendment.
With the election, recent stories of civil unrest, hunting season and the upcoming holidays, analysts wanted to know more about how well Sturm, Ruger & Company’s AR rifles are selling.
Voters from coast to coast on Tuesday will have to wrestle with a series of very different ballot initiatives revolving around gun politics.
The latest USC Dornsife/Los Angeles Times poll suggests voters in the state may be cooling to Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s Prop. 63 “Safety for All” voter initiative, which would place new and historic restrictions on ammunition sales.
Gun rights organizations have spent 14 times more on federal campaigns than gun control groups this election cycle, according to data collected by the Center for Responsive Politics.
Although most are stumping for Donald Trump — or, at the very least, against Hillary Clinton — the NRA is the main source of financial support of the Republican nominee among gun groups.