Gun owners in upstate New York gathered yesterday to protest Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s (D.) controversial anti-gun law and shredded SAFE Act registration cards the day they were required to register their weapons.
The registry process of New York’s SAFE Act allows for warrantless police searches into gun owners’ homes, a violation of the Fourth Amendment, according to plaintiffs of a lawsuit filed in U.S. District Court Eastern District.
Arizona’s teachers unions are fighting the expansion of a program benefitting families of disabled children.
The Arizona Supreme Court last week declined to hear the appeal of the teacher’s union to rule the Arizona Empowerment Scholarship Account Program (ESA) as unconstitutional. The appeals court’s ruling now stands, paving the way for more children to enroll in the program.
Two key portions of New York’s sweeping gun control legislation are not ready to be implemented, and questions have been raised as to when they will be prepared.
Cuomo’s SAFE Act requires gun owners to recertify their permits every five years and mandates the creation of an ammunition database to keep track of ammo sales.
Georgia’s senate on Wednesday called for a constitutional convention of the states in order to pass a balanced budget amendment.
New Jersey’s high taxes may be costing the state billions of dollars a year in lost revenue as high-earning residents flee, according to a recent study.
As job losses continue to mount in New York, more than 50 companies have announced this year that they are slashing jobs—a majority citing “economic” reasons for their decision.
A bill allowing the terminally ill to use experimental drugs not yet approved for use by the Federal Drug Administration has advanced to the full House in Arizona.
The Obama Administration has not approved a waiver that would allow New Jersey quick access to tons of salt for ice-covered roads at a port in Maine despite the state being at dangerously low levels.
Local officials report deaths and overdoses attributed to heroin have reached epidemic proportions, and observers say increasing border security could help cut down on the influx of the drug.