The city of Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio has until June 7 to respond to a complaint filed by a city man who claims his constitutional rights were violated when two police officers ordered him to the ground outside a Walgreens and seized two guns he was carrying.
A California State Senate Committee has been considering a proposal to give a concealed carry permit to, “any applicant who is a member of Congress, a statewide elected official or a Member of the Legislature.” These elected officials could carry a gun, “for purposes of protection or self-defense.”
In January, a federal lawsuit was filed in South Dakota challenging a state law which prohibits non-US citizens from obtaining a concealed carry permit.
This upcoming legislative session, Kansas State Representative Forrest Knox (R-Altoona) announced that he would introduce legislation making it legal to practice concealed carry on state-owned college and university campuses.
Michigan firearms instructor Rick Ector initiated a boycott against a Detroit-area International House of Pancakes (IHOP), a boycott that has taken on an Internet life with a reported 600 Facebook participants.
Republicans have taken the House. While Democrats retained the Senate, the balance of power is too close for them to steamroll anything through. But is gun control still a threat?
According to the Arizona Republic, “The city of Phoenix has ordered the removal of 50 bus shelter signs promoting gun safety.
With one of the biggest elections of our lifetimes just weeks away, Gun Owners of America has now released its Congressional Ratings for the House and Senate.
A Texas bank is posting signs encouraging customers to carry concealed handguns to deter armed robbers. And the response has been overwhelmingly positive.