Though her ban on certain styles of rifles lapsed a decade ago, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D., Calif.) continues to push for its reinstatement and tout its effectiveness.
In response to a federal court ruling that declared the city’s gun carry ban unconstitutional, the DC council voted to implement a restrictive may issue carry law Tuesday.
Following a federal court ruling that declared Washington, D.C.’s ban on the carry of firearms unconstitutional, the city is moving to adopt a new concealed carry law. The law will only allow citizens to carry firearms if the city decides its reason for doing so good enough, WJLA reported.
The District of Columbia asked a federal judge Monday to reconsider his July ruling that overturned D.C.’s ban on possessing handguns in public.
Shortly after a federal judge declared Washington, D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns in public unconstitutional, the office of D.C. Council member Tommy Wells (D., Ward 6) created signs for business owners who wished to express their displeasure with the so-called “Second Amendment of the Bill of Rights.”
After striking down D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns in public, a federal judge ordered a hold Tuesday on his ruling to give local government time to prepare, the Washington Post reports.
Beretta USA, one of the nation’s largest firearms manufacturers, will move its manufacturing and approximately 300 jobs out of Maryland because of the state’s new gun control laws, the company said in a statement Tuesday.