Some 50 Democrats are holding events in over 30 cities across the country Wednesday for a “National Day of Action on Gun Violence Prevention.”
The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust has filed an official complaint with the Office of Congressional Ethics over emails sent by House Democrats during last week’s gun control protest.
With Republican leaders downplaying the need, some Florida Democrats are trying to force the Secretary of State to poll lawmakers for a special session.
A group of state lawmakers this week came together to call for a special session of the Florida legislature to vote on a measure to ban gun purchases by those in the Sunshine State who are on federal watch lists.
A group of lawmakers including three Florida Democrats introduced legislation mandating the FBI be notified when someone who used to be on a terror watch list purchases guns or explosives.
Gaining control of the floor during discussion of an unrelated spending bill, Democrats led by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy successfully defended their position until earning concessions.
Congressional Democrats went on the offensive Monday in pursuit of increased regulation on firearms as an answer to the recent terror attack in Florida.
Even though gun rights advocates were rebuffed by a harsh federal court ruling this week allowing strict “may-issue” practices, at least one sheriff says her department is open for business.
The Second Amendment Foundation is joining other groups in asking the ATF to take a closer look at weapon deals made during the filming of “Under the Gun.”
Second Amendment advocates argue a ruling by a federal appeals court on carry rights Thursday dodged the question at hand and opened an entirely different can of worms in the process.