Bob Warden is the Seattle man who's currently challenging the city's gun ban. Two weeks ago he was ordered out of the Southwest Community Center after walking in with a .40 caliber Glock strapped to his side. Today he filed a lawsuit against the city.
Yesterday, United States Senator Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) announced the introduction of (cue cheesy acronym) the "PROTECT Act." "PROTECT" stands for "Preserving Records of Terrorist & Criminal Transactions.
Prosecutors and police detectives delved into the high-tech world of thermal imaging in convicting a Dorchester man of carrying a gun, the first time a Massachusetts jury has found a person guilty based on the technology.
Brian Jeffs, president of Michigan Open Carry Inc., leads a meeting regarding the right to carry arms openly. "If one chooses to carry a weapon in Michigan, one can do so without a license," Jeffs said. "There's no law that says it's illegal."
The former head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection called Monday for the U.S. to reinstitute the ban on assault weapons and take other measures to rein in the war between Mexico and its drug cartels, saying the violence has the potential to bring down legitimate rule in that country.
The Second Amendment Foundation today filed its much-anticipated brief to the United States Supreme Court in the case of McDonald v. Chicago, which challenges the constitutionality of that city's ban on handguns.
A New Jersey law limiting handgun purchases to only one per month takes effect January 1, 2010, and will have dire consequences for firearms retailers unless it is changed.
The 8th Ohio District Court of Appeals has sided with Cleveland in the city's fight to enforce its illegal local gun control ordinances.
Americans will be able to carry loaded guns in National Parks starting on February 22, 2010 thanks to the Coburn Amendment which was attached to the federal Credit Card Accountability Responsibility and Disclosure Act of 2009 and signed by President Obama earlier this year.