By banning firearms from a long list of "sensitive places," the state is copying a policy that federal judges have repeatedly rejected.
Flagstaff keeps digging a hole over commercial free speech.
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.
a contrary view to Josh's
Before buying a handgun, residents had to obtain a "qualification license," which could take up to 30 days.
The Trump administration’s unilateral ban on bump stocks turned owners of those rifle accessories into felons.
Almost 10 years after his arrest, Marvin Guy will soon learn if he'll spend the rest of his life in prison.
Criticism of the state’s "yellow flag" statute is doubly misguided.
It's unlikely to stop would-be shooters, but it certainly would allow more innocent people to be locked up with little recourse.
A Texas court holds that only self-defense—not defense of property—is excluded from such orders (which can also temporarily strip defendant of Second Amendment rights). And the same logic applies to force, even nonlethal force, used to defend your family members against another family member as well.
“An emergency operation, in order to allow as many citizens as possible to arm themselves.”
A strong case is made against the ban on gun possession by persons subject to a DVRO.
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.
Government Employee / Political Candidate's Advertising Gun Raffle for Election Campaign May Be Protected by the First Amendment
"Defendants' argument, which attempts to draw an ill-defined connection between a lawful gun raffle hosted on social media, and obviously tragic and unlawful mass shootings at schools, remains predicated upon numerous, dubious inferences ...—if not upon rank speculation."
The governor's attempt to rule by decree provoked widespread condemnation instead of the applause she was expecting.
No response to authoritarian government actions is quicker or more reliable than non-compliance.
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.
The Colorado governor finds common ground with many libertarians. But does he really stand for more freedom?
Can Florida Homeowners Shoot Looters Who Break Into Their Houses (as Ron DeSantis Mentioned) or Businesses?
"I've seen signs in different people's yards in the past after these disasters, ... 'You loot, we shoot.' ... You never know what's behind that door."
Americans support tighter laws, but not as much as they distrust government and like owning guns.
"This appeal raises a question not yet addressed by any California court: whether a public official may be bribed with a promise to donate to the official's office."
The Government drops reference to the slave codes as a historical analogue in Rahimi.
Violators are rarely caught, while the unlucky few who face prosecution can go to prison for years.
Promoting impunity for violating rights as a policy tool? What could go wrong?
Plus: A listener question concerning drug decriminalization and social well-being