A rebooted measure that could see lawful concealed carry on Florida’s public colleges and universities was introduced on Wednesday.
A Northern Virginia lawmaker would like to study the feasibility and costs of establishing a firearm registration program for firearms purchased in the Commonwealth.
Florida Agriculture Commissioner Adam Putnam, whose office regulates the Sunshine State’s over 1.6 million permit holders, announced Wednesday that renewals could be processed online.
Georgia State Rep. Mary Margaret Oliver is back with a sweeping proposal to ban most semi-automatic firearms although the same legislation tanked in the Georgia House last session.
Legislators advanced House Bill 48 to the Senate floor for a final vote this week, potentially giving colleges an option to allow campus carry.
A Republican lawmaker and member of President-elect Trump’s Second Amendment Coalition has a concealed carry reciprocity measure waiting for introduction to the new Congress.
An incoming Republican has introduced a bill that would place civil liability on businesses that ban lawful guns in the event of a patron getting hurt.
A Roanaoke Times columnist shed light on a survey by the NRA he received in the mail that asked pointed questions about viewpoints of current and potential NRA members — questions he referred to as “malarkey.”
The editorial board at the New York Sun is asking whether the election of Donald Trump will bring about a “restoration of true Second Amendment rights.”
A bill to strike the prohibition of silencers in Illinois, one of just eight states that still outlaws the items, made it through committee this week and may get a vote in the Senate.