A reluctant District of Columbia Council voted unanimously Tuesday to allow people to carry concealed handguns in the nation’s capital for the first time in nearly 40 years.
A federal judge on Tuesday upheld a Maryland ban on 45 assault weapons and a limit on gun magazines to 10 rounds, two key parts of a sweeping gun-control law that were challenged shortly before the law went into effect last year.
A federal judge on Saturday struck down D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns in public.
Citing Maryland’s new gun laws, firearm manufacturer Beretta U.S.A. Corp. announced today that it will move its manufacturing capabilities from Prince George’s County to a new production facility the company is building in Gallatin, Tennessee.
Lawyers for the state of Maryland have asked a federal judge to dismiss a lawsuit against a gun-control law, but attorneys who filed it say parts of the law should be overturned.
With a federal court hearing looming, a supporter of Maryland’s 2013 gun-control law says there are early indications it’s helping to reduce fatal shootings.
A Kentucky congressman behind an amendment that would undo the District of Columbia’s strict gun control laws says he doesn’t think it will become law.
The House has added an amendment to a spending bill that would undo the District of Columbia’s gun-control laws.
Target is “respectfully” asking its customers to not bring firearms into its stores, even where it is allowed by law.
Reiterating that she is still “disappointed” by Congress’ inability to pass gun control legislation last year, Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton says the U.S. can’t let the “minority” of gun owners “terrorize” the majority of Americans.