City leaders in San Jose, the third-largest city in the state, are evaluating a plan that would require gun owners to secure their firearms when they are not in use.
Faced with reelection and in the wake of several mass shootings, some swing-state Republicans are backing measures to tighten regulations on gun ownership to prevent terrorism.
New Orleans residents will now be obligated to report lost or stolen guns, see more gun free zones and be subject to fines for negligently carrying a concealed firearm.
City leaders gave their unanimous support to a new ordinance mandating the reporting of lost or stolen guns and banning carry without a permit in some parts of the city.
A multi-faceted “gun safety ordinance” backed by Mayor Mitch Landrieu and city leaders passed an important council vote last week.
The co-founder of Mayors Against Illegal Guns announced last week that his charity is establishing a new program to provide training for mayors across the nation.
In a mixed ruling, a county court this week axed several of the city’s expansive gun ordinances adopted last year while upholding others.
A group of city leaders joined the entire Massachusetts congressional delegation to support Attorney General Maura Healey’s recent controversial “assault weapon” ban restructuring.
Everytown for Gun Safety released its analysis of FBI data and found that states are continuing to improve their reporting of mental health records to the federal background check system.
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.