It has been exactly one month since the city of Washington, D.C., began accepting applications for its new concealed carry permit, and the city does not know how long it will take to process those requests.
DC Police fingerprinted me yesterday.
The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has dealt another blow to California’s may-issue concealed carry law. The three judge panel has ruled that California’s attorney general as well as gun control groups may not appeal their original ruling saying the state could not reject applicants for arbitrary reasons.
Mississipians enshrined a right to “hunt, fish, and harvest wildlife” in their state constitution last night by a 87.8% to 12.2% vote.
The Fairfax County, Virginia Police department has confirmed that a “fraudulent call” targeting a northern Virginia man who was open carrying a firearm inside of a 7/11 convenience store earlier this month.
As the nation’s capital begins to accept concealed carry applications, gun-rights groups are attacking the law.
Voters in Washington State face two opposing gun initiatives on the ballot next week in the wake of a high school shooting that has fanned the flames of an already heated campaign between Second Amendment and gun control supporters.
Those pushing for more gun control in the state used the school shooting as an opportunity to push their agenda within hours after the incident, even though facts about the shooter and the weapon were not yet known.
The Metropolitan Police Department will begin accepting applications for gun carry permits Thursday, but the process to apply is very restrictive.