In January 2013, one month after the heinous attack on Sandy Hook Elementary School, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo (D) successfully pressed for the SAFE Act, a massive body of gun control legislation aimed at curbing violent crime. Just two years later, however, the number of shootings and murders have increased.
Idaho is one of the many states now considering a repeal of the requirement for a concealed carry permit in order to carry a firearm in public. Bonner County Sheriff Daryl Wheeler supports the move, suggesting the 2nd Amendment acts as citizens' concealed carry permit.
Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense in America has been on somewhat of a skid for quite some time--from Staples headquarters telling group members to get off its property to Starbucks refusing to ban guns in its stores, Moms Demand Action's claims notwithstanding, to Kroger, Fred Meyer, Harris Teeter, and Texas Governor Greg Abbott (R) ignoring its gun control requests, as well.
With support for Constitutional Carry gaining momentum in a manner reminiscent of the way concealed carry gained momentum before sweeping the country in the 1990s, The Washington Post (WaPo) has resorted to trying to stir up enough panic to get numerous state legislatures to abandon the idea.
When the Kansas House reconvenes on Wednesday, they will take up legislation to rescind the requirement for concealed carry permits in their state.
Rep. Tom Rooney (R-FL) introduced legislation revoking the ATF's claim of power to regulate ammunition via "armor piecing" language in the Gun Control Act of 1968 (GCA).
On Friday, an intruder allegedly kicked in the door of an elderly Ohio widower, got shot, and died on the porch.
On March 2 White House press secretary Josh Earnest said the pending AR-15 ammo ban is a “common sense” way to save cops’ lives. Earnest also claimed the ban on M855 ammo is something that can be done while “protecting
On February 26, U.S. District Judge Kimberly Mueller ruled that California's microstamping requirement does not violate the Second Amendment.
On March 1, University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) student newspaper, The Rebel Yell, published an opinion article contending that until concealed carry holders are allowed to carry their guns on campus, only criminals on campus will be armed.
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