The Indiana Senate has voted to eliminate the prohibition on carrying a firearm at a house of worship located on school property.
The recent school shooting doesn’t dampen enthusiasm of those who want to buy firearms or accessories.
The answer to the question of how to stop criminal behavior is a complicated one, but punishing the many for the deeds of the few is decidedly not it.
Sheriff Richard K. Jones proposed offering the class for teachers after the Parkland, Fla., school shooting. Already, almost 100 school employees have taken the class.
College-age women would be easier prey for assaults if criminals know they can’t carry to protect themselves.
Retailers that jumped ahead of legislation about the age for buying long guns now face court battles as young adults sue.