The New Jersey attorney general’s office said on Tuesday that it did not send the takedown notice a gun-rights website recently received that has become the subject of a federal civil rights lawsuit.
More than 1,700 court orders to temporarily seize guns from people deemed a threat to themselves or others across more than a dozen states were issued last year, according to an Associated Press report published this week.
Smith & Wesson announced on Friday it will not pursue so-called smart guns or abandon any of its current product line despite pressure from a group of investors.
A group of gun rights organizations filed suit in federal court on Tuesday claiming New Jersey is violating their First Amendment rights by threatening criminal charges against those who share gun blueprints online.
A Virginia school district filed suit against state attorney general Mark Herring (D.) late last month over his office’s refusal to allow their staff to carry firearms on school property despite meeting standards for a specialized law enforcement position.
South Dakota governor Kristi Noem (R) signed the state’s permitless carry bill into law on Thursday.