Nevada Attorney General Adam Laxalt last week issued an opinion that the new expanded background check law narrowly approved by voters does not meet legal muster and can’t take effect.
A ballot referendum to establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders approved by voters in the Evergreen State after a $4 million campaign by gun control advocates took effect Thursday.
A ballot referendum to establish Extreme Risk Protection Orders was overwhelmingly approved by voters in the Evergreen State after a $4 million campaign by gun control advocates.
City leaders approved the special tax on guns and ammunition last August but have stonewalled requests to show just how much revenue it has received as Seattle’s gun dealers vacate for the suburbs.
Armed with a study from a gun control group, supporters of Washington’s I-1491 voter referendum argue that in states where similar measures were adopted lives were saved.
On Tuesday, a three-judge panel of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit heard oral arguments in a pair of ongoing attempts to overturn Washington’s strict “may-issue” policy.
Claiming filmmakers intentionally manipulated footage that appears in the documentary, the Virginia Citizens Defense League filed a $12 million defamation suit in federal court.
The Second Amendment Foundation says the city of Seattle violated a state public records law for not releasing revenue data regarding the city’s gun violence tax.
Gun control group drops first ‘Yes on Q1’ ad in Nevada, NRA debunks (VIDEO)
A number of states have signed on to a brief filed by the Arizona Attorney General’s office supporting a case that the District of Columbia’s “good reason” requirement for a gun permit is unconstitutional.