The beginning of 2017 means new laws are becoming official. Two laws — one in California, one in Illinois — are particularly impactful.
If this bill is signed into law, Ohio’s public universities would have the option to permit concealed-carry on campus.
One Oklahoma senator hopes to put armed officers in private schools, allow top government officials to carry firearms and reduce the costs of obtaining and renewing handgun permits.
Several gun-rights groups are taking advantage of a new Republican president and plan on having Proposition 63 overturned in court. Here’s why.
State have approved 15 out of 18 ballot initiatives to expand gun right. However, this year, four states are looking at potentially tightening restrictions.
If elected, does Hillary Clinton plan to regulate gun rights and the Second Amendment? It’s possible.
Missouri’s gun laws became much looser when lawmakers overrode a veto to move toward citizens not needing a permit to carry concealed and more.