New Mexico Counties Claim ‘Second Amendment Sanctuary’ Status
While the its legislature has been considering new gun bills, almost half of New Mexico's counties have passed Second Amendment sanctuary resolutions.
House Judiciary Committee Sending Background Check Bill for Vote
Despite no evidence that it will work, the House Judiciary Committee is sending the universal background checks bill to the House floor for a vote.
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Legislatures Look at Enacting Change With Numerous State Gun Laws
Congress seems locked regarding firearms, so legislatures are working on state gun laws on both sides of the aisle, some good and some bad for gun owners.
Illinois Gun Bills Ban Semi-Autos and Require Social Media Searches
In an Orwellian move, two gun bills in Illinois would ban semi-auto firearms and require gun owners to release social media accounts to police.
SCOTUS to Hear Case Concerning New York City’s Gun Traveling Laws
After a decade of avoiding cases that involve firearms, some of which could have been far reaching, SCOTUS has agreed to hear one concerning NYC gun laws.
Democratic Rep. Anthony Brown Submits Bill to Raise Gun Purchase Age
The distinguished gentleman from Maryland has introduced a bill in the House of Representatives that would raise the gun purchase age to 21 for long guns.
Anti-Gun Candidate Mary Flores to Oversee Florida CCW Program
Anti-gun candidate and lawyer Mary Flores has been appointed to run Florida's licensing division, which includes the concealed carry program.
Department of Justice Study Shows Most Criminals Don’t Get Guns Legally
A new Department of Justice study polled state and federal prisoners to determine the source and use of firearms in crimes; results were predictable.
Oregon Gun Bill Would Limit Ammo Purchases to 20 Rounds Per Month
If a new Oregon gun bill passes, gun owners in the Beaver State would be limited in ammo purchases and also have mag capacity reduced to just five.