A federal appeals court breathed new life into a case challenging the ban on gun sales to Americans living abroad.
A federal appeals court granted an injunction over a lower court’s order that the city halt its harsh “good cause” test for granting concealed handgun permits.
The District of Columbia is fighting to keep its current strict may-issue concealed carry scheme while the Second Amendment Foundation is swinging back claiming the city is in contempt of a federal judge’s ruling.
Following a federal judge’s injunction on the District of Columbia’s strict may-issue practices to obtain a concealed carry permit, some are wondering if places like New York City, Maryland and New Jersey could be next.
A federal judge has issued an injunction barring Washington D.C. from applying their vague “good cause” test as part of their controversial may-issue permitting scheme that has declined more permits than it has granted.
A federal judge has issued an injunction barring Washington D.C. from applying its vague “good cause” test as part of a controversial may-issue permitting scheme that has declined more permits than it has granted.
No charges will be filed against a man who stopped a gunman in Chicago thanks to Illinois adopting a concealed carry law for state residents. What could have happened in Chicago that day had concealed carry still been illegal in Illinois?
A retired Glendale, Arizona Navy veteran had his entire gun collection seized by police after his neighbor filed an order of protection against him stemming from a civil dispute.
The Second Amendment Foundation, who backed the case that brought concealed carry to Washington D.C., is back in federal court fighting the District over its new and draconian may-issue permitting scheme that has declined more permits than it has granted.
The Second Amendment Foundation is taking the District of Columbia to federal court over its new, may-issue concealed carry laws, on behalf of those denied permits.