The State Department simply clarified existing firearm manufacturing rules at the request of another organization, officials say.
The tough new laws start rolling out next year. Some SoCal gun owners say they simply won’t comply.
Unsurprisingly, they share characteristics with those opposing universal background checks.
Yesterday, a 15-hour filibuster focused on closing the loophole. Here are the three different ways Senators propose to do so.
Proposed fixes on the state and federal level have been thwarted by a mix of NRA opposition and legislative indifference.
Yesterday, a 15-hour filibuster focused on closing the loophole.
The Orlando shooting shows it’s not what the gun looks like that matters — it’s how many rounds it can fire without reloading.
Even after a series of deadly base shootings, senior commanders can't ask basic questions that would help determine the number of private guns brought on post.
In 2005, Sanders voted for a law that gives the firearms industry immunity from lawsuits. He still supports it.
Even some proponents say “nullification” laws may not be constitutional.
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.
The Pittsburgh Suburb Where Gunmen Attacked a Family Cookout Was One of Dozens Forced to Scrap Its Firearms Rules
Behind the decision was a contentious Pennsylvania law empowering lawsuits by gun groups.