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