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NRA Prevails Over NYAG: Court Rules Association Cannot be Dissolved

The National Rifle Association of America scored a major legal victory today.

Biden’s Court-Packing Plans Canned, For Now

The position on court packing is so tenuous that a presidential commission on the subject wouldn’t dare recommend it.

An Unfavorable California Decision that May Later Bear Fruit

On November 30, the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals upheld California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” firearm magazines. In doing so, it reversed earlier rulings that found the restriction unconstitutional.

Why Mexico is Suing U.S. Firearms Manufacturers

Mexico’s government is arguing that American gun makers are responsible for horrific crimes committed by Mexican drug cartels.

How ILA Is Fighting In The Courts

Many NRA members are aware of the work that ILA does on Capitol Hill and in state houses across the country.

Judge Rules New York Firearms Stores Deemed Non-Essential Businesses

Recent challenge to Gov. Cuomo’s orders was tossed by a federal judge.

A New Lawsuit Shows Some are After All of Your Semi-Automatic Rifles

They aren’t just coming for your AR-15s and AK-47s, to paraphrase Beto O’Rourke. They are preparing to try and stop all semi-automatic manufacturing.

Alabama Attorney General Leads 21-State Coalition in Defense of the Second Amendment

Growing opposition to a restrictive Maryland law asks the U.S. Supreme Court to hear a challenge.

Supreme Court Denies Remington’s Appeal in Sandy Hook Lawsuit

Lawsuit alleging gun manufacturer liability for murderer’s actions will move forward.

NRA Applauds U.S. Supreme Court Decision to Review New York City’s Gun Transport Restrictions

“Our Second Amendment right to keep and bear arms … doesn’t vanish when we exit our homes.”

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