Oregon Gov. Kate Brown released her legislative agenda at her swearing in ceremony Monday asking lawmakers to close a series of “loopholes” in the state’s firearm laws.
A New York gun show will remain in a city-owned venue where it had been operating for more than three decades before local politicians and residents protested hosting the event on the property.
A national gun control organization argued this week the Fort Lauderdale shooting should result in more states adopting preemptive gun confiscation laws for those deemed at risk.
State Attorney General Maura Healey’s office and a Worcester gun dealer have settled a case that involved selling handguns that were not Massachusetts-compliant.
House Republicans on Monday introduced legislation to remove suppressors and silencers from National Firearms Act regulation and treat them as regular firearms.
The legal team behind a number of ongoing challenges to California’s gun restrictions are hosting a free online webinar on the Golden State’s new gun laws.
Orlando-area lawmakers, using the Pulse nightclub terror attack as a call to action, have filed legislation to ban some semi-automatic firearms and their magazines in Florida.
Gearing up for a Trump presidency, California lawmakers have retained the legal services of the only cabinet member in U.S. history to be held in contempt of Congress.
Two of the top three most-viewed bills on Congress.gov last year involved proposals centered around gun politics.
With a little more than two weeks until inauguration day, NRA director Wayne LaPierre reminded viewers of his organization’s unwavering political support for Donald Trump on the campaign trail.