Law enforcement want exemptions to a planned ordinance that would force law-abiding Los Angeles gun owners to secure their firearms when not in use or risk a fine and possible imprisonment.
A federal appeals court breathed new life into a case challenging the ban on gun sales to Americans living abroad.
“Removing the Confederate flag is a necessary but totally insufficient response to Charleston,” said Sen. Chris Murphy. “It’s easier to take down a flag than seriously confront America’s gun violence epidemic.”
U.S. Rep. Don Beyer, a Virginia Democrat, debuted a bill to require private gun sellers to verify transfers through an FFL before the sale of a firearm.
As the nation’s largest retailer announced a ban on Confederate flag merchandise, U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy challenged the chain to cease carrying assault weapons.
On the heels of a mass shooting last week, Senators Pat Toomey, and Sen. Joe Manchin, ponder if the time might be right to renew old efforts at gun control.
A local court in the Commonwealth of Puerto Rico this month issued a stern ruling that could end some of the strongest gun laws in the country.
Uber, the crowd-sourced vehicle for hire program that is sweeping the nation, has changed its policies and is now banning guns for anyone either using or providing their service.
With a gun show set for this weekend openly ditching Washington state’s new expanded background check requirements, the group behind the law deem it an “enormous success.”
A “liberty market and gun show” set for this weekend plans to allow active non-compliance with I-594, the state’s controversial background check law.