President Obama said his failure to pass “common sense gun safety laws” has been the greatest frustration in his presidency, but he vows to keep fighting.
The NRA is convinced the White House’s move to restrict some Social Security recipients from owning firearms will amount to the “largest gun grab in American history.”
Republicans in the House launched a two-pronged attack this week to derail a reported White House plan to scrap the gun rights of up to 4.2 million on Social Security.
The National Rifle Association says a proposed bill to close the “Charleston Loophole” would expand the federal prohibited person categories.
The Obama administration is seeking to have some 4.2 million beneficiaries on social security restricted from possessing firearms in what the NRA is calling the “largest gun grab in American history.”
The controversial Pennsylvania law that allowed the NRA and other groups to haul municipalities to court over local gun laws is soon to have a modified replacement introduced.
A gun control group is calling on Sen. Bernie Sanders to change his position on a controversial 2005 law that shields gun manufacturers from liability.
In response to Australia being cited as a model of gun control by the president and others, the National Rifle Association paints the experiment on the island continent as a disaster.
A controversial Pennsylvania enacted last year which allows third parties to sue municipalities over local gun codes stronger than the state’s was overturned Thursday.
Gov. Scott Walker (R) signed legislation that formerly ended the state’s nearly 40-year-old mandatory waiting period for purchases of pistols and revolvers.