California Legislators Consider Comprehensive Ivory Ban

A new bill proposed in the Legislature would prohibit the sale of most ivory products in the state, not only by retailers but even among private collectors.

Hillary Clinton: A Question Of Integrity, A Threat To The Rule Of Law

What does Hillary Clinton’s candidacy say about America?

Another Do-Nothing “Safe Storage” Ordinance In New York

Albany joined other New York cities like Buffalo, Rochester and the Big Apple this week by enacting a gun storage law that requires both ammunition and firearms to be locked up when not­—presumably—in actual use.

2A Tax Holiday Brings Bargains To The Bayou State

The annual Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday runs today and tomorrow, giving you the opportunity to save on a number of hunting and shooting-related items.

Lawsuits Out West

Both Seattle and Los Angeles face court challenges by the NRA over recent anti-gun laws.

Tucson City Council Draws Up New Gun-Control Package

City Council leaders in Tucson, Ariz., unanimously passed a memorial resolution asking firearms retailers to follow a set of procedures corresponding to the Brady Bill code of conduct.

Schumer’s Approval Rating Hits 15-Year Low

Less than a month after he teamed up with cousin Amy Schumer to push for stronger gun control, Sen. Chuck Schumer, D-N.Y., is already seeing results.

Seattle Creates New Tax On Guns And Ammo

A new tax on guns and ammo in Seattle could put firearm retailers out of business.

U.S. Reps Float Proposal For Gun Retailer Code Of Conduct

Four Democrats in the House of Representatives proposed a measure that would establish a code of conduct for federal firearms licensees.

Anti-Gun Legislators Prepare New Background Check Bill

“Sen. (Richard) Blumenthal and I are going to join together to introduce what we think is a modest measure to just assure that no guns get sold to people who can’t pass a background check,” announced Sen. Chris Murphy

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