Virginia’s governor Ralph Northam (D.) called for a special session of the state legislature in order to take up a collection of gun-control proposals mostly unrelated to last week’s attack in Virginia Beach where 12 people were murdered. He has yet to specify when the session will take place.
The National Rifle Association on Monday called New York City’s proposed change to the gun law set to be examined by the Supreme Court a “feeble attempt to stop the lawsuit over the city’s unconstitutional firearm travel ban” that shouldn’t prevent the Court from hearing the case.
Magpul Industries, a leading firearms accessory company, announced on Wednesday it is now shipping all of its ammunition magazines to customers in California.
The chairman of the Senate Banking Committee warned the banking industry on Thursday that it should not attempt to restrict legal gun sales by denying financial services to members of the gun industry.
A pair of Republican senators introduced a bill on Friday that they say will prevent large financial institutions from denying service to gun and ammunition makers and dealers.
The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives refused to release the details of how the agency planned to enforce the bump-stock ban that went into effect on Tuesday and the number of bump stocks that have been turned in to them, if any.
Kentucky became the latest state to adopt a permitless gun-carry system when Republican governor Matt Bevin signed Senate Bill 150 into law on Monday.
Oklahoma governor Kevin Stitt (R.) signed a bill into law on Wednesday that eliminated permitting requirements for concealed gun carry inside the state.
A federal judge denied a request to block President Trump’s unilateral ban on bump-fire stocks pending further litigation on Monday night.