"Restrictions on guns in public spaces are appropriate to make public spaces safe for democratic participation."
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The CDC's Framing of Homicide and Suicide As 'Public Health' Issues Provides Cover for Biden's Gun Control Agenda
The agency returns to a research area where it has caused much controversy in the past.
Getting a law passed is not the same thing as getting people to obey.
Eric Adams insists on a double standard that lets former cops like him escape the firearm restrictions everyone else has to follow.
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Andrew Cuomo Declares a Gun Violence 'Disaster Emergency' and Signs a Bill That Invites Lawsuits Against Firearm Suppliers
New York's new law seems to conflict with a federal statute that protects manufacturers and dealers from liability for gun crimes.
The fees would be used to reimburse the city for the public costs of gun violence.
It's likely that soon, almost all Americans will be legally able to carry guns.
Cracking down on "rogue gun dealers" and enforcing background checks won't stop criminals from arming themselves.
The anti-commandeering principle serves causes favored by both the right and the left.
The Biden Administration's Model 'Red Flag' Law Belies the Justice Department's Avowed Commitment to Due Process
The Justice Department's proposal encourages states to take away people's Second Amendment rights based on little more than bare allegations.
Biden's Nominee to Head the ATF, Who Wants Congress to Ban 'Assault Weapons,' Says He Can't Define Them
David Chipman's obfuscation, like the president's vagueness, is aimed at concealing the illogic of targeting firearms based on their "military-style" appearance.
State legislators across the country are working to weaken the enforcement of federal gun laws by emulating immigration activists.
A new lawsuit challenges Minnesota's law requiring a person be at least 21 years old to carry a handgun.
Such laws arbitrarily prohibit rifles that are commonly used for legal purposes.
Even when states authorize gun confiscation orders, identifying would-be mass shooters is a daunting challenge.
The policies don't accomplish much more than putting money in some gun owners' pockets.
The State Department Fought To Allow 'Ghost Gun' Files and Won. Why Is It Still Trying To Remove Them?
Despite its victory, the State Department is insisting that a court order to allow the files to spread is not yet technically in effect.
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Two years after California banned them, the ATF was complaining that 41 percent of guns they came across in L.A. were the very guns already banned
States had been trying to stop the Feds from loosening their hold on certain software, but the Appeals Court says they don't have that power
This 87-Year-Old Republican's Bill Would Restore the Second Amendment Rights of Cannabis Consumers in States That Have Legalized Marijuana
Under current law, marijuana users who possess firearms are committing a felony punishable by up to 10 years in prison.
New York, like several other states, limits public carrying of handguns to the favored few.
A new RAND analysis shows how difficult it is to answer basic questions about this rare variety of homicide.
Although police seized the perpetrator's shotgun when he was deemed suicidal, he was never identified as a potential murderer.
Both advocates and skeptics of the copycat theory recommend self-restraint by the news media.
A ban won’t stop mass shootings, but it will hinder self-defense.
Conservative state legislators are taking a page from the playbook of pro-immigration activists and the marijuana legalization movement.
The president is picking fights with much of the population and further dividing the country.
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The president's unilateral restrictions are legally dubious and unlikely to "save lives."
A federal appeals court rejects a highly implausible redefinition of machine guns.
A long awaited decision in a challenge to the Trump Administration's "bump stock" ban tees up some interesting questions for the High Court's review.
The suggestion that the ordinance could have prevented Monday's mass shooting is utterly implausible.
According to the dissent, the appeals court "has decided that the Second Amendment does not mean what it says."
It is hard to see how an "assault weapon" ban or expanded background checks could have prevented this attack.
For possessing a gun while committing a crime—even when no one is killed—too many defendants are slammed with sentences decades or even centuries longer than justice demands.
As usual, the senator and her allies want to ban guns based on arbitrary distinctions.
The House Just Approved Two Background Check Bills That Would Make an Unfair, Irrational Gun Policy Even Worse
One measure would require checks for nearly all firearm transfers, while the other would increase delays in completing sales.
As the 9th Circuit Takes Another Look at California's 10-Round Magazine Limit, It Should Demand More Than Speculation From the Law's Defenders
The state's ban on "large-capacity magazines" is easy to justify, as long as you assume its benefits and ignore its costs.
The policies he favors would arbitrarily limit Second Amendment rights and threaten the industry that makes it possible to exercise them.