A rebooted measure that could see lawful concealed carry on Florida’s public colleges and universities was introduced on Wednesday.
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.
Jefferson Parish, Louisiana Sheriff Newell Normand went on a heart-felt and sometimes profane rant defending the investigation into the fatal shooting of former NFL player Joe McKnight in New Orleans.
Legislation before the New Jersey Assembly may shut off access to shooting ranges for those who do not have a valid firearms permit and a state-issued ID.
A Marine veteran and California gun shop manager risked paper cuts to flip his oversized AR-15 cutout in an effort to draw business to the shop– but had the cops called on him instead.
Chip Bergh, president and CEO of iconic blue jean maker Levi Strauss on Wednesday penned an open letter asking ask people not to bring firearms into their locations.
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.
An Indiana lawmaker intends to try again to pass legislation that would repeal the state’s current concealed carry permit program in favor of free and lawful unlicensed carry.
Among the low number, high priority pieces of legislation backed by the lieutenant governor for 2017 is one reducing the handgun licensing fee in the Lone Star State.
Conservation officials want to remind the public that, while state lawmakers and the governor have approved semi-automatic and air rifles for hunting, the changes will not be enacted until at least next year.