November 16, 2016

The Guardian Lois Beckett November 14, 2016 With Donald Trump in the White House, tourists from other states may soon be able to bring their guns to shops of Fifth Avenue, the plaza at Rockefeller Center and other New York City sights. Advocates say they expect Congress to finally pass …

November 7, 2016

NRA-Institute for Legislative Acton November 5, 2016 This week, state Senator Reginald Thomas (D-13) pre-filed BR 172, legislation that would allow urban-county governments and consolidated local governments to regulate firearms and ammunition.  This anti-gun legislation opens the door to more regulations on law abiding citizens. If enacted, BR 172 would …

September 9, 2016

PR Newswire September 8, 2016 The Second Amendment Foundation filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against the City of Seattle, alleging violation of the state Public Records Act for refusing to disclose revenue data related to the controversial “gun violence tax” that was rushed into law last year. Joining in the …

September 6, 2016

Out Magazine September 1, 2016 By MICHAEL LAMBERT More than two months after the attack on Pulse, the worst mass shooting in modern U.S. history, gun control efforts have still faltered—despite the attention of LGBT advocates. Most queer people—even the Pulse survivors themselves—understand that the journey to common-sense gun control reform …