The supposedly reformed drug warrior's intransigence on the issue complicates his appeal to young voters, who overwhelmingly favor legalization.
The decision likens the federal law to Reconstruction era restrictions on firearms near polling places.
Jennifer Crumbley Case Hinges On Whether She 'Willfully' Ignored Her Son's Inclination To Commit Mass Murder
Michigan jurors are considering whether Crumbley's carelessness amounted to involuntary manslaughter.
A watchdog group cites ATF "whistleblowers" who describe a proposed policy that would be plainly inconsistent with federal law.
The book Vote Gun criticizes the NRA’s rhetoric but pays little attention to gun control advocates' views.
Survey finds growing acceptance of civilian firearms among the country’s population.
California made carry permits easier to obtain but nearly impossible to use.
The state's law, which a federal judge enjoined last month, prohibits firearms in most public places.
After a federal judge deemed the state's location-specific gun bans unconstitutional, the 9th Circuit stayed his injunction.
Hunter Biden's Lawyers Say the Gun Ban He Violated Is Unconstitutional, Widely Flouted, and Rarely Enforced
The president's son is seeking dismissal of three felony charges based on his illegal 2018 firearm purchase.
The court upheld several other location-specific gun bans, along with the state's "good moral character" requirement for a carry permit.
Prosecutors have enormous power to coerce guilty pleas, which are the basis for nearly all convictions.
Law enforcement amicus brief against Colorado magazine ban.
By banning firearms from a long list of "sensitive places," the state is copying a policy that federal judges have repeatedly rejected.
The 4th Circuit’s rejection of Maryland’s handgun licensing system suggests similar schemes in other states are unconstitutional.
The Supreme Court mulls how to apply a mandatory minimum for gun possession by people convicted of drug felonies.
Before buying a handgun, residents had to obtain a "qualification license," which could take up to 30 days.
Deja Taylor is going to federal prison because of a constitutionally dubious gun law that millions of cannabis consumers are violating right now.
He Lost His Gun Rights Because of a Misdemeanor DUI Conviction. That Was Unconstitutional, a Judge Says.
The case highlights the broad reach of a federal law that bans firearm possession by people with nonviolent criminal records.
The Trump administration’s unilateral ban on bump stocks turned owners of those rifle accessories into felons.
Good intentions, bad results
Only 'Dangerous Individuals' Lose Their Gun Rights Because of Protective Orders, the Government Says
Solicitor General Elizabeth Prelogar falsely claims a federal gun ban "requires individualized findings of dangerousness."
Plus: A listener asks the editors about requiring gun buyers to pass a psychological assessment.
In an upcoming Supreme Court case, the Cato Institute argues that the "threadbare procedures" required by federal law provide inadequate protection for constitutional rights.
The law makes it a felony to possess a firearm within 1,000 feet of a school, which covers the sidewalk in front of Gabriel Metcalf's house.
Criticism of the state’s "yellow flag" statute is doubly misguided.
Only one federal firearms prohibitor does not require any specific finding of fact
The appeals court is reviewing an injunction by a judge who concluded that the law is inconsistent with the Supreme Court's Second Amendment precedents.
It's unlikely to stop would-be shooters, but it certainly would allow more innocent people to be locked up with little recourse.
“An emergency operation, in order to allow as many citizens as possible to arm themselves.”
Amicus brief in Supreme Court's Second Amendment Rahimi case
The decision is another rebuke to states that have imposed broad, location-specific limits on the right to bear arms.
The late California senator always seemed to err on the side of more government power and less individual freedom.
Before correcting the record, the former president's spokesman inadvertently implicated him in a federal crime.
"There is no American tradition of limiting ammunition capacity," U.S. District Judge Roger Benitez says, calling the state's cap "arbitrary," "capricious," and "extreme."
The governor's attempt to rule by decree provoked widespread condemnation instead of the applause she was expecting.
The collapse of his plea deal set up a clash with his father, who doggedly defends the firearm regulations his son violated.
No response to authoritarian government actions is quicker or more reliable than non-compliance.
New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham thinks violent crime gives her a license to rule by decree.
New Mexico's Governor Suspends the Right To Bear Arms, Saying the Second Amendment Is Not 'Absolute'
Local police officials are leery of enforcing Michelle Lujan Grisham's ban on public carry, which gun rights groups have challenged in federal court.
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