FPF released the following statement regarding the Supreme Court order and Justice Gorsuch’s statement in FPF’s Guedes v. BATFE litigation.
FPC filed a brief asking the Court to hold that the mere possession of marijuana does not render a person prohibited from possessing firearms.
The case challenges on Second Amendment grounds the State of California’s discriminatory age-based general ban on firearm purchases.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Today, attorney Joshua Prince of Civil Rights Defense Firm, P.C., filed an important amici curiae (“friends of the court”) brief in a PA Supreme Court case.
Ordinance effectively repeals the City of Philadelphia’s ban on law-abiding adults from owning, using, possessing, selling, or transferring electronic arms, like “stun guns” and Tasers.
FPC is asking Governor Jerry Brown to veto Senate Bill 536, a measure which provides unequal access to data for the purpose of researching GVRO.
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.
Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF) announced today that it has joined Law Professors Randy Barnett (Georgetown University Law Center), Robert J. Cottrol (George Washington University Law School)…..
A federal judge ruled that some California gun owners have more rights than others. And we don’t think that’s okay.