Ventura County have issued a new order to re-open firearm and ammunition dealers throughout the county.
A judge issued an injunction against bans on the operation of firearm and ammunition retailers imposed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and others.
FPC and FPF announced the filing of an important legal brief in the Vermont Supreme Court regarding the State of Vermont’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” magazines.
Georgia’s ban on carrying loaded handguns in public, and the closing down of their Georgia Weapons Carry License program are unconstitutional.
FPC served California Attorney General Becerra with a pre-litigation demand letter over an unlawful regulation delaying gun and ammunition transfers.
“The amended complaint and motion for preliminary injunction are important milestones in this important case affecting the rights of nearly one million people,” explained Adam Kraut.
Yesterday, several 2A groups filed a new federal lawsuit challenging bans on the operation of gun store and shooting ranges imposed by Gov. Michelle Grisham
FPC issued the following statement after Federal District Judge André Birotte Jr., a Barack Obama appointee, denied a request for a temporary restraining order in a federal civil rights lawsuit.
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf added gun stores to the list of businesses allowed to stay open during COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions.
FPC announced a number of important new court filings, including a brief in the Third Circuit Court of Appeals regarding New Jersey’s ban on firearm magazines.
The “indefiniteness of PSP’s new enforcement policy on what constitutes a firearm in this Commonwealth creates the potential for arbitrary and discriminatory enforcement…” – Judge Brobson
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of a motion for a preliminary injunction in the case of Miller, et al. v. Attorney General Xavier Becerra, et al.
FPC filed a brief asking the Court to hold that the mere possession of marijuana does not render a person prohibited from possessing firearms.
Both are challenges to the federal government’s lifetime ban on firearm possession for “any person… who has been convicted in any court of, a crime punishable by imprisonment”.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an amended complaint and new motion for a preliminary injunction in the case of Matthew Jones.
In the era of “just do something” public policy, legislators on both sides of the aisle are pitching red flag legislation as a moderate form of gun control.
FPC filed an important brief asking the Supreme Court to hear a challenge to Maryland’s “good and substantial reason” requirement for a carry permit.
“The Department of State cannot avoid their duties under FOIA,” said Stamboulieh. “This lawsuit is the result of the government yet again failing to follow the law…”
“The City’s gun control sought to eviscerate the inviolate right of the residents of the Commonwealth to keep and bear arms…” – attorney Joshua Prince
Firearms Policy Coalition has issued the following statement in the wake of another killing of an armed and innocent person by police.
FPC announced the filing of a motion in a federal Second Amendment challenge to the State of California’s ban on gun purchases by young adults over age 18 but under age 21.
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an important Supreme Court brief in the case of Medina v. Barr
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an important legal brief in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals regarding the State of California’s ban on so-called “large-capacity” magazines.
Undeniable betrayal is what will finally be the last straw for perhaps a critical mass of disillusioned gun-owning voters.
Firearms Policy Coalition announced today an important victory in the federal Second Amendment lawsuit Wilborn v. Attorney General William Barr, et al.