June 29, 2016

Guns.Com June 29, 2016 by Chris Eger A bill working its way through the state Senate aims to allow advocacy groups to challenge local firearms ordinances in court, though just such a provision was recently stricken. The measure, backed by Republicans, was introduced in June and passed the Senate Local Government …

June 29, 2016

The Huffington Post June 28, 2016 by Michele Swenson In Colorado as in other states, it has been observed that very often “Corporations write laws, legislators enact them, and the courts enforce them.” Since the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) began writing state preemption laws to override local bans on tobacco …

June 25, 2016

Guns.com June 22, 2016 by Chris Eger The Democrat-heavy Pennsylvania Supreme Court on Monday upheld a challenge to a Republican-backed gun preemption law in the Keystone State. The 2014 law, Act 192, was dubbed when it was signed by then-Gov. Tom Corbett (R) to be the “strongest firearms preemption statute in …

June 23, 2016

The Washington Post June 21, 2016 by Aaron C. Davis The mayor of the District of Columbia argued last week that assault rifles are “only meant to devastate humans,” and that following the massacre in Orlando, Congress must “finally do something” about guns. But it’s safe to say that this is …

June 22, 2016

The Gun Writer June 20, 2016 by Lee Williams The next time Sarasota City Manager Tom Barwin decides to regulate firearms or write firearms policy, he should run his ideas by the city attorney first. It would certainly save a lot of time, energy and, most importantly, taxpayer dollars. At the …