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.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie on Wednesday issued conditional vetoes on bills that would change the state’s smart gun laws and tighten “justifiable need” standard for gun permits.
A federal appeals court sided with California Attorney General Kamala Harris and declined to rehear a combined case that the Second Amendment protects the right to carry a firearm for self-defense in public.
A man denied the purchase of a Taser has joined with a Second Amendment organization to take New Jersey state officials to federal court.
Three individuals seeking to protect themselves by means short of a firearm are challenging Washington D.C.’s ban on civilian ownership of Tasers in federal court.
A federal lawsuit has been filed against the State of Illinois’s prohibition on otherwise qualified residents who are or wish to be foster parent from owning functional guns.
In recent days, actor and activist George Takei has founded One Pulse for America while Connecticut Democrat U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy kicked off the Fund to End Gun Violence.
As official statements have excluded one of the most hot-button pieces of information, some have leapt at the opportunity to fill in the blanks with often agenda-driven speculation.
Calls for systemic change in police departments across the country have been made in the aftermath of Dallas – foremost with a move away from militarization.
As Americans awoke Friday morning to the news that five officers were killed and seven others injured in a targeted attack against Dallas police, political advocacy groups reminded citizens that the real enemy was gun violence, not blacks.