West Coast lawmakers have left no stone unturned in their crusade to protect the public from gun-like objects as a new law banning the sale or manufacture of phone cases resembling guns was signed Friday.
She put economic discussions on hold to remind voters about the Trump campaign’s divisive rhetoric as the Republican presidential nominee attempts to soften his commentary on immigration and minorities.
Former U.S. Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and her husband Mark Kelly this week gave their support to a pair of incumbent Republican Senators up for reelection in November.
A New Mexico chapter of the United Way has come out on top in a battle with a local anti-gun group over a raffle program to give donators a chance to win one of 108 firearms.
In what some gun rights advocates are calling a confusing development, Attorney General Maura Healey attempted to further clarify her reinterpretation of the state’s assault weapon ban.
Gov. Maggie Hassan has a history of vetoing gun rights legislation, and now gun control advocates are dropping huge sums to get her to Capitol Hill.
Brooklyn Borough President Eric L. Adams joined with others this week to debut a contest for colleges and universities in New York City to create technology to prevent unauthorized users from firing a gun.
Setting up a booth as the “Citizens Committee for Commonsense Gun Control” the commentator live trolls passersby with buzzwords to take the temperature of the man on the street for gun confiscation.
Alan Dershowitz and Sanford Levinson take on David Kopel and Eugene Volokh on the question of the historical context of the amendment itself and whether it has outlived its usefulness.
A man denied the purchase of a Taser has joined with a Second Amendment organization to take New Jersey state officials to federal court.