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The National Association for Gun Rights calls itself the fastest-growing Second Amendment defender, but its tactics are too much for other conservatives.
From measures to expand background checks to campaigns that would establish (or ban) campus carry, these are the ballot initiative fights poised to shape gun policy in 2016 and beyond.
Hillary Clinton's attacks on Bernie Sanders's gun record did not give her the decisive Iowa victory she sought. Now what?
In 2003, he voted for a version of gun industry immunity that was even friendlier to the firearm lobby.
State senators hope the governor and Republican presidential candidate will make time to read the new bill after he said he was too busy to consider their last effort.
The governor's office said he wasn't given enough time to evaluate the bill. Supporters of the measure say that excuse is weak.
With the polls deadlocked and Hillary Clinton hammering his record, the Vermont Senator seeks to convince persuadable voters that they can trust him to take on the NRA.
The legislation would have updated a controversial law widely seen as a detriment to the technology.
The key positions, policy proposals, talking points, and flip flops of the Democratic and Republican hopefuls.
Political scientists explain why the establishment candidates won’t budge on their conservative gun platforms.
It's the small gun shops the Vermont Senator wants to protect, not gun manufacturers, who have a direct link to the illegal gun market.
Duke University professor Kristin Goss analyzes the response from both sides of the issue.
It's one of a few overlooked sides of the president's executive actions on guns. Here's why they may wind up having the most tangible effects.
The president's executive actions punctuate Democrats’ emboldened approach to an issue the party is now eager to run on — rather than from.