June 26, 2015

Pittsburgh Post-Gazette June 25, 2015 By Chris Potter Commonwealth Court has overturned a state law allowing gun enthusiasts and groups like the National Rifle Association to sue municipalities over local gun ordinances. But it’s unlikely the last shot has been fired. Act 192 of 2014 allowed state residents eligible to own …

June 17, 2015

Ammoland June 17, 2015 by Phillip Hofmeister As you may remember last session, then State Representative Tom McMillin introduced HB 5500 (of 2014) at the 2014 Second Amendment March.  HB 5500 would have added “teeth” to Michigan’s Firearm preemption law. Firearm Preemption is the idea that only the State government can …

April 24, 2015

TribLive April 15, 2015 Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court judges heard arguments Wednesday about whether a law that makes it easier for the National Rifle Association, gun owners and other groups to sue municipalities over their gun ordinances is constitutional. A law intended to deter scrap metal theft was amended in the …

December 15, 2014

TheRidgefieldPress.com December 5, 2014 by Susan Cocco In the midst of post-election analysis and the endless speculation of talking heads, one fact stands out dramatically: gun safety candidates from both parties won up and down the ballot in 2014. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s re-election victory was testimony to the developing …