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Ashlyn Melton wasn’t worried when her 13-year-old son Noah went to a sleepover at his best friend’s house in December 2011. But a post-midnight phone call changed everything.
Federal law shields firearm purveyors from liability. Taxing gun-makers and dealers is the only way to make victims whole.
There have been multiple lawsuits filed following the Las Vegas mass shooting earlier this month. Those who are being sued include the hotel, the concert promoters, Paddock's estate and Slide Fire.
A bipartisan bill to ban the sale and manufacture of "bump-stocks," a device that allows semi-automatic rifles to fire at the speed of an automatic weapon, was introduced following the mass shooting in Las Vegas earlier this month.
While the shooting in Las Vegas earlier this month brought the sale of "bump-stocks" into the public's eye, many in federal offices have been afraid of this happening for years.
Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) has pushed back in defense of "bump-stocks" following the negative publicity they have gotten since the Las Vegas mass shooting.
The Brady Center filed a lawsuit againt the maker of "bump-stocks," the devices believed to have been used by a shooter in Las Vegas to inflict maximum carnage.
The Brady Center partnered with a Las Vegas law firm to file a class-action lawsuit against a leading "bump-stock" producer.
The Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence filed a class action suit against Slide Fire Solutions, the manufacturer of "bump-stocks," which were used during the Las Vegas mass shooting.
The Brady Center has filed a lawsuit against the makers and sellers of "bump stocks," the devices used by the gunman in Las Vegas in what is now the deadliest mass shooting in modern U.S. history.