The case challenges on Second Amendment grounds the State of California’s discriminatory age-based general ban on firearm purchases.
FPC announced the filing of an important joint amicus brief with the Cato Institute in a man’s appeal from a conviction under a federal tax law relating to machineguns.
The Cato Institute and FPC announced their filing of an important amicus brief in the appeal of a case challenging the federal bump-stock ban.
The FPC and FPF announced the filing of a brief before the Colorado Supreme Court in Sternberg v. Colorado, challenging the ban on large-capacity magazines.
At issue was whether someone’s carrying of a firearm could be used as suspicion of criminal conduct, and justification for police to conduct a “stop-and-frisk” of the gun owner.
Judge Pregerson entered an order permanently enjoining Riverside County, CA from preventing residents from their right to apply for a carry license.
Three Second Amendment groups submitted brief with the U.S. Supreme Court calling for the City of New York’s unconstitutional firearm law to be struck down.
If plaintiffs do not surrender or destroy their property by that time, they will be considered felons and subject to life-destroying fines, imprisonment and being designated “prohibited persons”…
Attorneys Joshua Prince and Adam Kraut filed a new lawsuit against the City of Pittsburgh, Mayor Bill Peduto over the City’s latest gun control legislation.
An application to stay implementation and enforcement of the “bump stock” ban pending a writ of certiorari was filed Tuesday in the Supreme Court…
What this means is, for now, the named plaintiffs, including this correspondent, will not be subject to enforcement action after the ban goes in effect Tuesday.
Attorneys for FPC and FPF filed briefs in their appeals with the Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit in the ongoing federal litigation challenging the confiscatory bump-stock ban.
Attornies for advocacy organizations filed a new lawsuit and motion seeking a restraining order and preliminary injunction against NJ Attorney General…
FPC and FPF announced today the filing of an amicus, or “friend of the court,” brief in support of a petition for certiorari at the U.S. Supreme Court in Peña v. Horan.
FPC responded to announcements of several pieces of federal gun control legislation that would further infringe on the fundamental, individual right to keep and bear arms.
FPC announced today that attorneys Thomas C. Goldstein and Daniel Woofter of Goldstein & Russell, P.C., have filed a new federal lawsuit challenging the Trump Administration’s bump-stock ban.
The petition for certiorari in Mance, et al. v. Whitaker, et al. (Supreme Court docket no. 18-663) is likely to be considered by the U.S. Supreme Court in February or March 2019.
Attorneys for an owner of a “bump-stock” device and three constitutional rights advocacy organizations filed a federal lawsuit against the Trump Administration’s new confiscatory ban on firearm parts.
Last night, a man carried out a horrific attack on our American brothers and sisters in Thousand Oaks, California. Today, we grieve for those lives lost.
Attorneys for seven California gun owners and five advocacy organizations announced a new court filing in a now-federal constitutional rights lawsuit over California’s “assault weapon” registration.
Two constitutional rights advocates have filed a new lawsuit against Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey after she denied them access to public records about “3D printed” guns.
Firearms Policy Coalition announced today that it has published new information to help California gun owners understand how to acquire ammunition and have it shipped directly to their door.
Effective at 9:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 12, 2018, the transportation or possession, or the sale or purchase of any dangerous weapon or substance, while off one’s own premises, is prohibited.
Firearms Policy Coalition reported that the California Legislature’s respective Senate and Assembly Appropriations committees acted on a number of bills that would affect California gun owners.
California AG Xavier Becerra and his DOJ botched the “assault weapon” registration program, putting thousands of gun owners at risk of felony charges.