"Ironically, this outcome will only further embolden Second Amendment supporters to be even louder for their rights," a gun-rights group said in response.
Subject to specific credentialing, Marine Corps law enforcement personnel will now be allowed to partake in concealed carry while off duty.
Drawing a link between cell phone use and mortality, John Rodgers sets up an analogy to gun violence prevention strategies.
"Tucker Carlson Tonight" guest Ryan Cleckner told guest host Mark Steyr that more people would have died in Sunday's church shooting in Texas if Joe Biden, who is in favor of stricter gun control laws, "has his way."
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro's legal opinion argues that the state's definition of "firearm" is expansive enough to encompass 80 percent receivers.
Seventy of these bills cleared various state legislatures in 2019 alone, providing a window into how states are combating gun violence in the absence of federal action.
Ackerman McQueen told Newsweek that its former employee engaged in "outright fabrications." The employee said he's "proud to speak the truth."
Despite calls to ban sales of so-called assault weapons in the U.S., these kinds of firearms are prevalent in civilian society and elsewhere.
Virginia State Representative Donald McEachin suggested calling out the National Guard to enforce new gun legislation discussed by Governor Ralph Northam in response to the Second Amendment Sanctuary movement in the state.
While the legislation's purpose is to level the playing field among residents of different states, public opinion generally rests on the side of fewer firearms in schools.
Our generation lives in fear—of being shot or of a loved one being shot. Now, the gun lobby is attacking our right to effect change.
New York was, until recently, somewhat confident in its position. But everything changed when the Supreme Court agreed to hear the case.
Illinois law does not explicitly authorize district employees to carry weapons in school, nor does it delegate the authority to make such a decision to local boards.
The NRA lawsuit may have to face protracted litigation as lower courts have generally looked favorably upon modest gun restrictions.
Ethan Kollie, 24, could face up to 15 years in prison when a federal judge sentences him in February 2020.
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.
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.
Dan Boren had been ensnared in some of the NRA's legal disputes during a period of unprecedented internal turmoil at the organization.
Dmitriy Andreychenko's attorney told Newsweek that his client is a "good man" who erred in judgment.
Carolyn Meadows is a relatively new NRA president, although she is a longtime member of the organization.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Some rigorous studies have found that permissive concealed carry rules lead to a decrease in homicides, and others find that these laws increase the number of homicides or have no substantive effect.
According to their bylaws, the group embodies the "last defense to protect the citizens and Constitution of the United States if there ever comes a day when our government takes up arms against 'WE the People.'"