Gun Laws

The gun industry’s largest trade association hopes Congress will intervene after an Intuit payment policy left an Arizona dealer unpaid for sales made at his store. Larry Keane, vice president of the National Shooting Sports Foundation, told Guns.com Thursday the credit processing company went too far when it reversed charges for items sold at gun-related stores
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Doctors for Responsible Gun Ownership said this week many physicians support the Second Amendment — despite what the American Medical Association recommends. Dr. Robert Young, a practicing psychiatrist and editor for DRGO, told Guns.com Wednesday the AMA’s recent call for more gun control on Capitol Hill isn’t surprising, even if it’s misguided. “Jumping aboard progressive
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A NYT report suggests the ATF is reluctant to revoke gun dealers’ firearms licenses. (Photo: AP) Political pressure encourages the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives to ignore non-compliant gun dealers across the country, according to a report from the New York Times published over the weekend. The newspaper combed through more than 100
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Cardinal Cupich dedicated the Tolton Peace Center in Chicago’s Austin area last month, which includes a sculpture by artist Timothy Schmalz entitled Thou Shall Not Kill depicting Jesus weeping over a gunshot victim. (Photo: The Chicago Catholic) In recent weeks, the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Chicago has expanded its gun program with the support of
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An administration official told Senate lawmakers this week the president’s School Safety Commission won’t focus on the role firearms play in perpetuating violence. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos, chair of the commission established in the wake of the Parkland massacre, said the group’s primary mission will center on bolstering safety, dodging a direct line of questioning from
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Texas Gov. Greg Abbott introducing the “School and Firearm Safety Action Plan” in Austin on May 30, 2018. (Photo: Dallas ISD via Facebook) Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s three days of roundtable discussions in response to last month’s Santa Fe school shooting resulted in a 44-page plan that’s heavy on school security and mental health treatment
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