The National Rifle Association announced on Thursday it would back a lawsuit filed against Vermont’s new ban on certain firearms magazines.
In a stark reversal Vermont governor Phil Scott (R) signed a sweeping new gun-control bill into law on Wednesday.
The March for Our Lives rally in Washington, D.C., held on Saturday focused mainly on calls for a new ban of certain guns and ammunition magazines.
Provisions that would help improve school security measures as well as ensure that required criminal and mental health records are submitted to the gun background check system were included in the Senate’s omnibus legislation on Wednesday.
The Trump administration announced on Sunday its plan to address school safety in the wake of last month’s shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School that left 17 dead.
A Democrat running for the House in Colorado attacked his Republican opponent for taking money from the “gun lobby” despite being a partner at a law firm that has done significant legal and lobbying work on behalf of pro-gun interests, including opposing a bill that limited magazine capacity and another that expanded background checks.
President Donald Trump announced on Tuesday that he would direct the Department of Justice to begin the rulemaking process for a new regulation that would effectively ban the sale of bump-fire stocks.
The process of recertifying the registration of gun owners in New York, brought on by the 2013 SAFE Act, has been filled with protest and incompetence, according to local law enforcement and gun-rights activists.
A law signed by New Jersey governor Chris Christie (R) on Tuesday outlaws the sale and possession of bump-fire stocks and other firearms accessories and components.