The City of Seattle revealed that its revenue from a so-called “gun violence tax” was far below projections when the tax was hastily adopted in 2015.
It’s a slap in the face to the WA. Legislature. In 1983, lawmakers adopted the state’s preemption act, which squarely put all firearms regulation under authority of the Legislature..
One of the painful realities of our times is how long a political lie can survive, even after having been disproved. A classic example is the phrase “tax cuts for the rich,”
In an attempt to address the ongoing budget problem in Illinois, Sen. Hutchinson decided to tax Illinois residents’ Second Amendment rights, and by extension, their right to safety
SB009 started as a simple question of creating new taxes, a question too easily answered “yes” in this state. It is now more than that. Much more.
Today Americans for Tax Reform released more evidence of Hillary Clinton’s long held desire to impose new and higher gun taxes…..
It has come to our attention that a number of manufacturers & importers of guns & ammo are unaware of excise tax liability imposed on their business use of firearms & ammunition.
Last Sunday, ABC This Week host, and former Clinton White House Communications Director, George Stephanopoulos questioned Hillary Clinton about her support for gun control.
Hillary Clinton was given an opportunity to disavow her endorsement of a 25 percent national retail sales tax on guns. She refused to do so.
An idea first endorsed by Hillary Clinton in 1993, steep gun taxes have now taken hold in Cook County, Ill. the city of Seattle, and now a U.S. territory.
State Rep. Melissa Agard-Sargent (D-Madison) wants Australian-style gun control in Wisconsin and she’s introduced a bill to make that happen.
This legislation would also void the currently standing firearm and ammunition sales tax in the City of Chicago.
Are you ready to accept an underhanded approach to funding the whims of politicians by giving unelected bureaucrats the power to stop or slow gun sales in NH???
Seattle, Wa. passed an ordinance that imposes a $25 tax on every gun sold in the city, & 5 cents on each round of ammunition. Not only is the law senseless, it’s patently illegal…
Cook County Board of Commissioners has proposed Ordinance 15-6469, a proposal to impose a tax on ammunition, similar to proposals reported on in the past.
Outright confiscations of people’s wealth, including whole industries in some countries, have failed to spread prosperity, and have even led to collapsing economies…
Mississippi will celebrate its second annual “Second Amendment Sales Tax Holiday” this Friday, September 4, through Sunday, September 6.
Last week, the NRA, the National Shooting Sports Foundation, the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), firearms retailers, and private gun owners filed a lawsuit against the City of Seattle, alleging…
The National Rifle Association, along with the National Shooting Sports Foundation and the Second Amendment Foundation, has filed a lawsuit against the city of Seattle for violating a Washington…..
On Monday, the Seattle City Council unanimously passed two anti-gun ordinances.
Seattle City Council ignored Washington’s preemptive statute on gun laws and unanimously passed a five cent tax that will be applied to every bullet sold within city limits…
This week the Education and Governance Committee of the Seattle City Council unanimously advanced legislation to implement a $25 tax on firearms and a $0.05 per round tax on ammunition sold at…
It’s the latest gun tax measure, a new IWB holster, tips from a top trainer, and more this week on Tom Gresham’s GUNTALK Radio, the original nationally-syndicated radio talk show about guns and the…
Recently, Seattle City Council President Tim Burgess proposed two anti-gun ordinances and has scheduled them to be heard in the Education and Governance Committee today, Wednesday, July 15.
NSSF will vigorously oppose this misguided attempt to blame the lawful and regulated commerce in firearms and ammunition products for the violent acts of criminal…