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Plans call for ponying up $1 million — and that's just for the football stadium.
Another state just approved concealed carry at public universities. Here’s what you need to know.
The measure, which now heads to the governor’s desk, follows a firestorm of public criticism over the state’s original legislation.
The state's new campus carry law caused an uproar by allowing for armed fans. Under a proposed revision, schools that want to keep "sensitive areas" gun-free would need to submit a security plan to state police.
The National Shooting Sports Foundation and the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention used the 2017 SHOT Show to scale up their campaign to stop 10,000 deaths over the next decade.
The Ft. Lauderdale airport shooter was one of several recent high-profile gunmen who suffered from psychiatric issues but did not meet the high bar for a firearms ban.
A firearm doesn’t have to go off to play a critical role in domestic violence.
Here’s why that might be a huge development.
A combination of vulnerable young people and the lethality of firearms has experts worried.
The self-proclaimed “lifetime defender” of the Second Amendment urges lawmakers to amend a controversial bill.
Skirmishes playing out in state capitols are a single front in the battle over so-called gun-free zones.