Tuesday’s election resulted in some wins for gun owners and some losses; Washington State voters approved sweeping new gun regulations; Washington State is having problems with its firearms database; Oregon voters approved ordinances in eight counties that reinforce gun rights;this week’s mass shooting in California has spawned more calls for gun control; New Jersey Governor Murphy signed into law a ban on so-called untraceable ghost guns; Colorado Democrats vow to bring back a "red-flag"...
Second Amendment Preservation Ordinances will be on next week’s ballot in 10 Oregon counties; New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy is calling for more gun control following the Pittsburgh synagogue shooting; an Anti-gun billboard is up in Boston; Everytown For Gun Safety, has poured nearly a-half million dollars into a direct mail campaign in Florida; FedEx will no longer offer discounts for business members of the NRA; Sturm, Ruger reports a decline in third-quarter net income.
A Gallup poll finds only 40% of Americans support an assault weapons ban; a poll finds there's strong support for initiative 1639 in Washington State; Congresswoman Nancy Pelosi continues her push for more gun control; the Colorado Court of Appeals rules a magazine ban is constitutional; Levi's makes good on donating to anti-gun groups; Russia warns the U.S. not to copy its gun designs.
Louisiana's attorney general is leading a 17-state coalition against a New York City gun restriction; liberal billionaires are throwing hundreds of millions of dollars behind the Democratic Party; the NRA launched an ad campaign to help Republicans in the congressional midterms; gun control advocates have filed suit requesting the federal government release communications with the firearms lobby; a Montana state judge has upheld Missoula's 2016 gun ordinance.
The NRA has come out swinging in support of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Politico reports Giffords plans to spend nearly $1.5 million on ads targeting Colorado Republican Rep. Mike Coffman; a gun reform activist group protested the NRA’s National Police Shooting Championship; Cody Wilson is free after posting $150,000 bond.
Cody Wilson has been arrested by authorities in Taiwan; the NRA's finances reportedly are in the red for the second year in a row; the NRA endorsed Arkansas Governor Asa Hutchinson in the gubernatorial race; Heckler & Koch wants a new management team; Colt wins a huge contract from the Defense Department.
Gun control groups file complaint against Montana GOP Senate candidate and NRA; a gun control advocacy group is pouring millions into four states to help Democratic candidates; Vermont state police have begun collecting bump stocks.
A judge this week removed a lawyer representing the National Rifle Association in a Virginia lawsuit; the NRA says it did nothing wrong after California regulators issued a cease and desist order to stop selling the Carry Guard insurance; Montana Democrats are asking whether a U.S. Senate candidate illegally coordinated with the NRA; Seattle’s city council has finally come out with specific rules on gun storage after passing a firearms storage law in July.
The NRA can no longer sell in California the Self-Defense Insurance policy included in its Carry Guard membership program; a Federal judge has struck down California's ban on handgun advertising at gun stores; Crossroads of the West Gun show will no longer be able to use the Del Mar Fairgrounds near San Diego pending a policy review; two gun control measures are working their way through the Arkansas Legislature; a study finds "assault rifles" have only been used in about 25% of mass...
YouTube has censored Defense Distributed owner Cody Wilson; some state lawmakers say more must be done to protect students from anti-gun bullies in schools; hundreds of gun rights supporters turned out at the Idaho Capitol Saturday in Boise; Vermont is the latest state to have a red-flag law; a report by the NSSF says more people participate in target shooting than play tennis, soccer or baseball.
New York State on Monday is expected to ask a federal judge to dismiss the NRA’s free-speech lawsuit; the NRA continues to run ads in support Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh; the NRA has launched an informational website to help stop a Washington gun-control ballot initiative; Long Island New York Democrats have cancelled a major political fundraiser because the event's venue will also be hosting an NRA fundraiser.
The Second Amendment will be a key topic for Democrats during the confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh; Levi Strauss is taking a stand for more gun control laws; the NRA has released an ad against West Virginia Sen. Manchin’s stance on gun control; Toronto’s police union boss has come out against a proposal to ban handguns; Florida State University is being sued again by a gun-rights group.
An opinion piece in the New York Post throws cold water on claims the U.S. has the most mass shootings; the two largest shareholders in Sturm Ruger apparently wanted to see changes in the firearms industry; Kent State University has ordered former student Kaitlin Bennett to cancel an open-carry rally; the maker of Smith & Wesson firearms had a good week with share prices jumping 42-percent.
Defense Distributed is selling plans for 3D-printed plastic guns instead of posting them online; California lawmakers approved three bills to toughen gun laws; Dick's Sporting Goods admits it’s corporate gun control policies have backfired; Rhode Island's Education Commissioner has banned firearms in public schools; Gun Owners of Vermont has filed a civil suit over some state gun laws.
Montreal's city council approves a resolution calling for ban on handguns and "assault rifles"; Canada's top law enforcement official expresses skepticism about a gun ban; a gun control initiative will not be on Washington state's ballot; Israel has reduced restrictions on gun permits; a Texas man was arrested in NY state for not having a NY gun permit.
A decision is expected Monday from a federal judge on whether to permanently block 3D gun files; Washington state's high court will decide whether to allow a gun reform initiative on the November ballot; Montana governor Steve Bullock is clarifying comments he made about gun control; New Jersey is investigating an insurance company branded by the NRA; a Nevada state court judge rules that a gun buyer screening initiative can’t be enforced.
The Washington State Supreme Court has revived a gun control initiative; Amazon has removed a book from its platform that contained computer code for the manufacture of 3D guns; Democratic uproar over Trump administration plans to consider using federal funds to buy guns for teachers; an anti-gun group of students is marching toward Smith & Wesson's headquarters; the mayor of St. Louis wants more gun regulations; Oregon retailers are told not to age discriminate against gun buyers.
A federal judge has granted a preliminary injunction in the 3D gun case; the anti-gun crowd wasted no time in blaming guns for the mass shooting in Jacksonville Sunday; Washington state gun advocates are stepping up efforts against an anti-gun initiative; student gun control advocates rallied at the Smith & Wesson headquarters; hunters in Texas this fall for the first time will be able to use air guns and air-powered arrow rifles.
Louisiana has blocked two of the nation's largest banks from involvement in a road-financing plan because of 2A policies; the U.S. Attorney General warns that anyone who makes an “undetectable” gun will be prosecuted; Arkansas'governor says he would be "open" to a red-flag law; London's mayor has suggested a possible car ban in certain areas of the city.
Attorneys have filed an amended complaint and a new motion seeking a preliminary injunction over California’s ‘bullet button assault weapon’ registration program; a Georgia judge has denied an injunction request by professors to prohibit the state’s campus carry law; Montreal City Council will debate a motion urging the federal government to ban guns nationwide; students rallied outside the New Hampshire capitol pressing lawmakers for more gun restrictions.