The chair of the House Judiciary Committee and gun rights groups want answers following a report federal agents have conducted surveillance on law-abiding citizens at gun shows.
A federal judge found the new law, which included a $1,000 tax on handguns, in the U.S. Territory of the Commonwealth of Northern Marianas Islands to be a legal stretch.
The controversy surrounding Wilson and how he’s handled his affairs may have caused a rift in relations between certain factions within the gun rights movement.
The District of Columbia agreed to lift their prohibition on civilian ownership of Tasers on Monday as part of a lawsuit filed in federal court.
Check out photos from SAF’s Gun Rights Policy Conference this weekend.
Gun rights advocates and others gathered in Tampa, Florida, on Saturday during the group’s annual conference.
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.
Returning from a two-month vacation, House Republicans are mulling censure for Democrats who protested on the body’s floor calling for votes on gun measures.
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.