The U.S. Supreme Court today unanimously agreed that federal law prohibits all convicted domestic abusers from owning guns in U.S. v. Castleman.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence today filed a wrongful death lawsuit on behalf of Janet Delana of Wellington, MO against gun dealer Odessa Gun & Pawn in response to the shooting death of Janet’s husband, Tex, by their daughter.
“This new policy is not a victory because Facebook continues to make it too easy for dangerous people to evade a background check when buying guns."
Today advocates from the New Jersey Million Mom March and the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence are demanding that Acting Attorney General John Hoffman follow New Jersey’s landmark personalized gun law.
"Neither history or precedent supports this aberrant, split decision that concocts a dangerous right of people to carry hidden handguns in public places to people whom law enforcement has determined that they have no good cause or qualifications to do so."
Ugo Beretta's tantrum against Maryland's new gun laws stands out for its disregard for public safety and its disingenuousness. He can't really believe what he says.
“As an organization dedicated to preventing gun violence, we are disturbed by the politicizing of a bill by the corporate gun lobby and their supporters in Congress that has nothing to do with guns."
"Today the U.S. District Court properly upheld sensible gun reforms that reflect the will and best interest of Connecticut's citizens."