Today, the California DOJ posted new proposed regulations for ammunition vendor licensing that are required by Proposition 63.
Sacramento resident Craig DeLuz, FPC, and The CGF announced a new legal action intended to ensure that the California DOJ cannot hide its legislation.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) today applauded the unanimous repeal of Tacoma, Washington’s ban on the sale, use, and possession of electronic arms.
The plaintiffs believe that California’s confiscatory magazine ban is a taking of their property without just compensation and violates their constitutional rights.
FPC has published the regulations at BulletButtonBan.com, a Web site it established in 2016 for tracking the new California assault weapon laws and regulations.
Attorneys for 7 individual gun owners and 4 civil rights advocacy organizations have filed a federal lawsuit challenging the State of California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” firearm magazines.
The results are in on the recent board of directors election for the NRA, and two of the three candidates I endorsed won seats, but the game’s not over yet…
Following the Senates confirmation of Neil Gorsuch to the United States Supreme Court, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) released the following statement.
We are very grateful to the Cato Institute. We cannot thank them enough for their hard work and tireless efforts to promote individual liberty.
The lawsuit challenging the State’s many special statutory exemptions to gun laws for retired “peace officers” as a violation of the Fourteenth Amendment’s Equal Protection Clause.
We hope that these cities will simply choose to comply with the Second Amendment and respect the people’s fundamental right to keep & bear arms…
House Bill 1122 sought to imprison parents or family members for injuries of minors and criminals when an unauthorized user accesses a firearm.
In response to President Donald J. Trump’s approval of House Joint Resolution 40, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) Legislative Advocate and Spokesperson Craig DeLuz has issued the following statement.
The case, captioned Doe Publius and Derek Hoskins v. California Legislative Counsel Diane Boyer-Vine, is supported by FPC.
City of Annapolis Repeals Unconstitutional Ban on Electronic Arms Following FPC, FPF Second Amendment Legal Challenge.
Individual plaintiff Jeffrey Hulbert is a resident of Annapolis and would like to buy and keep a Taser for self-defense with Annapolis Ordinance 11.44.070.
This is welcomed news for law-abiding gun owners and the thousands of people who stood up for common-sense in their letters opposing the DOJ’s outrageous proposed regulations,
Proposition 63 is opposed by every major statewide law enforcement organization in California as well as civil rights groups, sportsmen and women, and law-abiding gun owners.
Firearms Policy Coalition-supported federal civil rights lawsuit seeks to strike down a California law that prohibits political speech.
The Federal government seems to jump at every opportunity to catalog and track gun owners. No matter how law-abiding we are, they don’t seem to care.
Thanks to the support of our members and donors, attorneys for Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and five other pro-Second Amendment groups filed a legal brief urging the Ninth Circuit Court…..
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) is releasing their legislative report card for the 2016 legislative session.
Earlier yesterday, California Governor Jerry Brown took action on the remaining gun bills that were passed by the Legislature.
Gov. Brown Takes Action on Remaining Gun Bills, Including Two Vetoes Urged by Firearms Policy Coalition.
Firearms Policy Coalition announced that California Governor Jerry Brown has signed Assembly Bill 884, a measure that followed FPC’s successful federal First Amendment free speech lawsuit…..