In a suit known as Ezelle Two against the city of Chicago, Alan Gottlieb of the Second Amendment Foundation succeeded in knocking out the de facto ban on gun ranges in Chicago.
The legal case of a San Diego man who first filed for a concealed carry permit in 2009 and has been wrapped up in litigation since then is headed to the U.S. Supreme Court.
A federal judge on Tuesday gave the green light to a suit against the State of Illinois’ prohibition on foster parents from possessing functional guns in their homes.
Georgia Democrat U.S. Rep. John Lewis took to the House floor this week to shrug off new rules produced after he led a 26-hour sit-in last summer for a vote on gun control legislation.
The U.S. Ninth Circuit on Tuesday vacated a ruling against an Alameda County, California law barring gun stores within 500 feet of residential properties and ordered a rehearing.
A pending rule change for the new U.S. Congress could see lawmakers fined for taking pictures on the House floor such as during a recent sit-in by Democrats stumping for gun control.
The Assembly on Monday voted to cancel proposed new guidelines directed by New Jersey Republican Gov. Chris Christie for obtaining a firearms license.
The U.S. Ninth Circuit reversed an important gun rights victory Wednesday by upholding California’s longstanding 10-day waiting period for all gun purchases.
President Obama transmitted the controversial Arms Trade Treaty, which seeks to regulate the world’s annual exchange of $70 billion in conventional weaponry, to the Senate on Friday.
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.