With the ATF stretched thin, licensed firearms dealers can go years without close scrutiny.
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Backers of a Mississippi bill extending Stand Your Ground to houses of worship are the latest gun-owning Christians to claim the support of scripture, but their views may have more earthly origins.
It also leaves proponents of gun regulation plenty of room to pursue their agenda.
For leaders of the Republican party and the NRA, there’s no clear way to advocate for no compromises on homeland security and the Second Amendment at the same time.
Plus other new arguments and ideas of note as coverage of the Oregon college shooting progresses.
Black protestors plus openly displayed AR-15s would equal new pressures on local authorities.
Separate studies have found that unarmed bystanders are better at stopping active shooters than would-be heroes with guns — and that firearms provide no advantage in everyday self-defense.
Critics of the chain's ban say their civil rights are being violated. But an openly displayed gun is not the same as skin color or sexual orientation.
Data Shows Highest Rates of Illinois Concealed Carry Permits in Low-Crime Zip Codes — Not More Dangerous Chicago Neighborhoods
The importance of per capita data to concealed carry analysis.
Why the Green Mountain State and its singular history are to thank for new laws that allow the concealed carry of guns without a permit.
Permit-to-purchase systems are backed by strong data. Is congressional legislation that would take the idea national the proposal more people should be debating?