Gun Laws

A sign promoting NRA Carry Guard insurance on display at the organization’s annual convention May 4-6, 2018 in Dallas. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) New York regulators found that the self-defense insurance program offered by the National Rifle Association unlawfully provided liability insurance in the state, according to Monday’s announcement. Chubb Ltd. and its subsidiary, Illinois Union
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The NRA encouraged members to boycott Ellen’s over a message promoting gun control printed on the bottom of the restaurant’s receipt. (Photo: Christen Smith/Guns.com) A restaurant in Dallas said the National Rifle Association misinterpreted a message printed at the bottom of its receipts appearing to support gun control. Ellen’s, a diner in the city’s historic
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Signage promoting the show on display outside the kay bailey Hutchinson convention center in Dallas on May 4, 2018. (Photo: Daniel Terrill/Guns.com) A t-shirt on promoting the message “The second protects the first,” suggesting gun rights protects the right to free speech offered for sale May 4-6, 2018 at the NRA-AM in Dallas. (Photo: Chris
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Slide Fire Solutions SSAR-15 MOD bump stock. (Photo: Slide Fire Solutions/Facebook) Gun Owners of America warned the president this week his proposed bump stock ban will endanger gun rights under future administrations. The advocacy group drafted a letter Wednesday to President Donald Trump, urging him to squash the ban before it turns into a “slippery slope”
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Dicks, with nearly 700 locations across the country, has reportedly hired gun control lobbyists on Capitol Hill. (Photo: Chris Eger/Guns.com) The sporting goods retailer in the midst of changing their firearms policies has signed three Washington lobbyists for the purpose of gun control. The lobbyists, from the high-powered government affairs firm Glover Park Group, registered
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The National Rifle Association booked both President Trump and Vice President Mike Pence to speak later this week at the organization’s annual convention in Dallas. “While I’m sure there will be a meltdown on the left, we will be unapologetic in our celebration of American Freedom,” said Chris Cox, the NRA’s head lobbyist, in a
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Gov. John Carney joined fellow Democrat, Vice President Joe Biden, at the University of Delaware’s Biden Institute this week to sign a gun control bill into law named in honor of Biden’s late son, the state’s former attorney general. (Photo: Carney’s office) Vice President Joe Biden was on hand for the signing of “red flag”
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Founded in 1949, Hornady Manufacturing Company is a family owned business headquartered in Grand Island, Nebraska. (Photo: Hornady) Ammunition giant Hornady is cutting off government buyers in New York over an order by New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo to financial services companies regarding gun politics. Steve Hornady, the company’s president of manufacturing, announced on social
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The Senate Banking Committee wants answers from Bank of America after it decided to stop lending to manufacturers of AR-15s. (Photo: Bank of America/Facebook) The nation’s second largest bank faces a long list of questions from Congress over its decision to cut ties with gun makers producing AR-15 rifles. Senate Banking Committee Chairman Mike Crapo,
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The heads of six states and Puerto Rico on Wednesday announced the creation of the joint Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium. The governors of Connecticut, Delaware, Massachusetts, New Jersey, New York, and Rhode Island joined with Puerto Rico Gov. Ricardo Rosselló to launch the project, organized by the Rockefeller Institute of Government, a public policy
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Mike Pence, when he was governor of Indiana, speaking at the NRA convention in Louisville in 2016. (Photo: NRA-TV) Vice President Mike Pence will speak in Dallas next week at the National Rifle Association’s annual meeting, the organization said in an announcement Tuesday. Executive director of NRA’s lobbying arm Chris Cox called it an “honor”
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A recent Gallup poll revealed the percentage of Americans ranking gun control as the nation’s top problem decreased by half this month. The survey, conducted April 2-11, found only 6 percent of respondents said strengthening regulations on gun sales remains the country’s “most important problem” — down from 13 percent in March. Dissatisfaction with the
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