Gun Rights

Joe Biden Signs Gun Control Law: ‘There’s Much More Work to Do’

President Joe Biden signed a gun control package Saturday, noting that he was pleased to sign it but “there’s much more work to do.”

Biden DOJ Issues Statement Condemning Supreme Court Decision on Gun Rights

The agency objected to the Supreme Court's interpretation of the Second Amendment.

Supreme Court Upholds Gun Rights in Major Second Amendment Ruling

The court ruled as one of its end-of-session decisions.

Progress on Senate Gun Control Package Stalls as Senators Fail to Reach Final Agreement

After some optimistic signs for Democrats hoping to reach a bipartisan agreement on a gun control package, progress in the negotiations has begun to stall as lawmakers failed to reach a final agreement on the legislative text on Thursday.

Gang Violence, Not Lone-Wolf Attacks, Account For Most U.S. Mass Shootings

The country’s eyes are trained on high-profile massacres in Texas and Buffalo, but most mass shootings bear little resemblance to those.

NRA Responds to Gun Control Deal

US gun rights group encourages ‘real solutions’ to ‘stop violence’ following Congress’ bipartisan reform package.

Mother Whose Son Was Shot ‘Point Blank in the Head’ Decimates Dem Gun Control Agenda: ‘I Don’t Need the Government to Save Me’

Gun rights activist Lucretia Hughes delivered powerful testimony to lawmakers on Wednesday, making her case for why more gun control laws will not solve gun violence problems.

Here’s the Fatal Flaw in Matthew McConaughey’s ‘Common Sense’ Gun Plan

Actor Matthew McConaughey visited Washington, D.C., this week to push for what he termed “reasonable, practical, tactical regulations” on gun rights, such as background checks, red-flag laws, and higher age limits.

Gun Shops in Canada Sell Out of Pistols After Trudeau Threatens to Freeze Sales

Gun stores in Canada sold out of handguns after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau last week proposed freezing pistol sales as part of new gun control legislation.

Republican Candidate Holds Lead in Traditionally Blue Oregon Governor’s Race

A Republican gubernatorial candidate is making a lot of progress in a historically deep blue state in an election cycle that does not favor Democrats.

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