Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom is backing a sweeping ballot measure to regulate guns, while Senate President Pro Tem Kevin de León is pushing his own list of bills through the Legislature.
Mayor Mitch Landrieu and city leaders announced a multi-faceted proposed Gun Safety Ordinance on Friday in an effort to combat crime by going after guns.
Lt. Gov. Gavin Newsom’s proposed California Safety for All Act, viewed by some as the mother of all gun grabs, is facing mounting and diverse opposition.
Connecticut Democrat U.S. Sen. Richard Blumenthal is seeking to overturn a longstanding ban against using gun trace information in civil proceedings.
Facbook’s anti-gun policies are driving over 10,000 members a day to seek other, more Second Amendment-friendly social media platforms.
To put all of my cards on the table, I am a member of several “gun groups” on The Social Network and even with all the hubbub of the past few days, I think the changes are much ado about nothing.
News of social media platforms Facebook and Instagram change in policy to restrict potential peer-to-peer gun sales found quick reaction from those on both sides of the issue.
“When somebody makes a decision to pick up a gun, that’s like a pre-murder case,” says gun control advocates backing the new system.
California Attorney General Kamala Harris, putting it closer to the polls, issued title to a measure that would put sweeping gun restrictions on the 2016 ballot.
The controversial and mandatory gun offender registry adopted in Cleveland earlier this year has not signed up a single person in its first full month of operation.