Gun Laws

An Alameda County law effectively barring new gun stores is being challenged by Second Amendment advocates to the nation’s highest court. The ban, which forbids gun retailers within 500 feet of residential properties thereby placing the whole county off-limits to new stores, is challenged by businessmen John Teixeira, Steve Nobriga and Gara Gamaza who found
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A Republican state representative wants to add specific weapon allowances and a public marksmanship program to the broad definition of the Arizona state militia. The four-pack of legislation pre-filed for the 2018 session by Rep. David Stringer aims to revise the composition and protected equipment of the unorganized militia, which under the state Constitution currently
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The justices of the Supreme Court gather for an official group portrait to include new Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch, top row, far right, on June 1, 2017, at the Supreme Court Building in Washington. (Photo: Franz Jantzen/U.S. Supreme Court) Second Amendment litigation saw important gains in the restoration of gun rights, but also significant reverses
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Lifetime permit holders are now facing the watershed of a mandatory re-certification deadline next month, a process described as “a mess” by county clerks. To own a modern pistol or revolver in the Empire State requires a permit issued through the local county clerk’s office. Since Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed the New York Secure Ammunition
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