Atty Gen. Mike DeWine announced Wednesday that Ohioans with a valid concealed handgun license no longer have to jump through the hoop of getting an additional background check when buying a firearm.
In what opponents call a “desperate” and “misleading” attack, a gun control group is throwing stacks of cash to support New Hampshire’s Gov. Hassan’s bid for the Senate.
A popular Senate measure in front of Gov. David Ige would add Hawaii’s gun owner registration lists to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “Rap Back” program.
Among the 25 people announced to serve new three-year terms on the National Rifle Association’s board last weekend was controversial rocker Ted Nugent.
The Assembly will soon take up a legislative package pushed by the state’s powerful Senate President in an effort to beat Lt. Governor Gavin Newsom’s ballot initiative to a gun control knockout blow.
The country’s largest civil rights organization, with a membership touted to be over five million strong, is steered by a 76 member Board of Directors.
The Brady Campaign this week went after one of the most notoriously anti-gun Democrats on Capitol Hill over an old promise made to seek universal background checks.
The Democrat-controlled state Senate Appropriations Committee on Monday gave a rubber stamp to a sheaf of measures that would change the landscape of gun laws in California.
Gov. Sam Brownback signed a popular bill into law last week that widens protections for public employees to carry firearms while at work.
The Show Me State could be the 11th to legalize concealed carry without a permit if legislation on the way to the governor is signed into law.