Billionaire gun control activist Michael Bloomberg will be headlining an Oct. 9 fundraiser for Democratic Senate candidate Phil Bredesen after the candidate was accused of misleading people on his gun record.
The fundraiser is planned to take place at Bloomberg’s home in Manhattan, according to CNBC. The former New York City mayor and top funder for many national gun control groups is asking donors to contribute as much as $2,700 to attend the event. While the event is being organized by the Bredesen campaign, it is unclear if the candidate will be there in person.
A federal judge restored the rights of a Pennsylvania man on Friday after determining that his misdemeanor driving under the influence convictions were not serious enough to justify a lifelong restriction on his Second Amendment rights.
The National Rifle Association (NRA) endorsed Republican Marsha Blackburn in the 2018 Tennessee Senate race on Wednesday.
Gun rights advocates announced on Monday night that they expanded their suit over whether gun schematics can be published on the internet to include representatives from new states.
The National Rifle Association announced on Monday it awarded over $600,000 worth of grants to support local school security projects across the United States.
A federal judge issued a preliminary injunction against the State Department’s settlement with 3D-printed gun pioneer Cody Wilson despite admitting that such an injunction amounts to an abridgment of Wilson’s First Amendment rights.
An online retail platform terminated the account for gun rights activist Cody Wilson’s company without explanation on Monday.
3D printed gun pioneer Cody Wilson spoke with the Washington Free Beacon this week about the fervor surrounding his plan to publish gun designs online.