Sixty-eight percent of Texas voters indicated support for extreme risk protection orders or "red flag" laws.
The group was also outspent by organizations such as Everytown and Giffords, which invested heavily in the Virginia legislative races.
The Outlaws were described in court documents as using "violence, fear and intimidation to impose their will, make money and protect criminal enterprises."
The event, titled "Rally for Your Rights," was organized largely by gun-rights enthusiasts without the backing of major pro-gun organizations.
"Owning a firearm is a privilege not a right," Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said in September as the country's parliament considered new gun control laws.
Virginia has become a battleground for national interest groups after an unusually promising push for gun control sparked backlash among gun-rights proponents in the state.
After the Oklahoma Supreme Court denied the emergency temporary injunction filed by Representative Jason Lowe, as of November 1, people over 21 will be able to legally carry guns without permits or training.
The two quarreled over whether the NRA had a right to review documents related to the attorney general's investigation into its tax-exempt status.
During an appearance on The View, Cory Booker told co-host Meghan McCain, "We've had more people die in America in my lifetime than in every single war combined," after she asked how he was going to impose mandatory gun buybacks.
According to the Virginia Public Access Project, Everytown for Gun Safety has spent over $1 million during this election cycle on Democratic candidates and committees.
Days after the anniversary of a mass shooting that killed 11, a judge has overturned Pittsburgh's gun control ordinances.
This latest period of turmoil began late Friday night, when the NRA filed an amended complaint in the group's ongoing lawsuit against Ackerman McQueen in federal court in Dallas.
Vice President Pence said congressional Democrats abandoned reforms on gun control, health care and opioid abuse in favor of impeaching President Donald Trump.
Weapons purchased by Simmons ended up being recovered by law enforcement in Washington, D.C., several of them from people who weren't permitted to own firearms.
Bump stock owners filed the $500,000 lawsuit in March, after a federal reclassification of bump stocks as machine guns effectively outlawed their possession.
The true crime is that many police officers are scared to death of "doing their jobs" because of rampant societal racism, completely inadequate police training and 393 million guns across America.
The police department's red-flag petition noted that Kaleb Cole recently participated in "firearms training and recruitment efforts" at so-called Hate Camps.
"I looked at the gun, realized it was a real gun and then my instincts just took over," Keanon Lowe said.
From 1990 to 2017, more than three-quarters of high-fatality mass shootings involving large-capacity magazines occurred in states which lacked a ban on those devices.
When pressed about the issue at the Democratic debates in Ohio on Tuesday, O'Rourke evaded addressing the need for confiscation directly.
Firearm-related deaths are among the top-three leading causes of death for children in the United States, a little over half of which can be attributed to homicide.
California Governor Gavin Newsom on Friday signed into state law a bill that enables employers, co-workers and teachers to obtain gun violence restraining orders against owners of firearms that are a potential threat to them.
The National Rifle Association, the country's largest gun-rights organization, quickly condemned the move as an "assault on our Second Amendment rights in the Golden State."
"The lurid facts underlying the dispute between North and LaPierre, and whether North is being singled out from other directors, is not relevant to what is in front of me," the judge said.
The NRA's recent slump in spending comes as the gun rights group is experiencing an unprecedented level of scrutiny owing to a widening financial and governance scandal.
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Nearly one-fifth of all people living in the United States who died at the hands of a firearm since 1999 were killed over a three-year period.
"I'm not a 'sports' type guy but I will definitely be going to @Dicks," Jeff Rodenkirch wrote.
The findings follow research showing more children were shot dead in 2017 than active duty military and on-duty police officers.