In a trend we can only hope continues, mostly out-of-town (and certainly out-of-touch) Everytown For Gun Safety and Gun Sense Vermont lost their bid to buy restrictive gun legislation in Vermont.
Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton has hired Scott Hogan from the Minnesota chapter of Michael Bloomberg’s Everytown for Gun Safety to manage her campaign in the Gopher State.
With the guns-in-parks bill all settled, Gov. Bill Haslam of Tennessee has signed another key piece of gun-rights legislation into law.
Controversial Senate Bill 941 passed the Oregon House yesterday by a 32-28 vote.
A measure to repeal Wisconsin’s waiting period for handgun purchases is on the move in the Badger State.
Twenty-six organizations are endorsing policies to further restrict private firearms ownership from an American College of Physicians proposal, “Firearm-Related Injury and Death in the United States.”
Those who would have you believe that so-called “universal” background checks are the be-all are simply pushing feel-good rhetoric, not hard facts.
A federal judge has dismissed a suit against Washington’s Initiative 594 because plaintiffs hadn’t yet been prosecuted for violating the law.
Hillary Clinton's agenda leads unswervingly to gun registration and its invariable consequence—confiscation.
A perplexing stance has the North Carolina Sheriff’s Association opposing House Bill 562.