Louisiana's ninth annual sales tax holiday on guns, ammunition and hunting supplies kicks off Friday statewide.
The post Louisiana’s sales tax holiday on guns, ammo kicks off Labor Day weekend appeared first on Guns.com.
A bipartisan measure designed in part to lengthen prison sentences for repeat gun offenders in Illinois was signed on Friday.
The post Illinois governor signs bill to crack down on criminals who are repeat gun offenders appeared first on Guns.com.
In an effort to curb Chicago gun violence, the Illinois House on Monday approved a bill that would boost sentencing requirements for repeat gun offenders.
The post Bipartisan push in Illinois legislature would increase sentencing for repeat gun offenders appeared first on Guns.com.
Gov. Greg Abbott’s signature is all that’s stopping Texans from shooting hogs from hot air balloons.
The post Texas legislature approves hog hunting from hot air balloons appeared first on Guns.com.
A panel of South Carolina senators will vet two measures aimed at closing the so-called “Charleston Loophole” this week.
The post South Carolina subcommittee to vet Charleston Loophole bills appeared first on Guns.com.
A new permit in South Dakota that would speed up the gun buying process is seeing implementation delays this week, after it was supposed to take effect Sunday, the first of the year.
The post South Dakota’s NICS exempt ‘gold card’ facing federal delays appeared first on Guns.com.
The California Assembly ushered five gun control proposals through floor votes Wednesday, with at least one lawmaker using this week's fatal murder-suicide at a state university in floor debate.
The post California advances more anti-gun bills, citing UCLA as a rallying cry appeared first on Guns.com.
Arizona’s governor on Tuesday gave his signature to bills adding teeth to preemption laws and guaranteeing concealed carry rights near schools but vetoed a proposed interstate firearm compact.
The post Gov. Ducey signs 2 gun bills into law, rejects a third appeared first on Guns.com.
The Arizona legislature have sent Gov. Ducey a measure to add some serious teeth to the state's preemption laws and allow third parties to sue local governments for up to $100,000.
The post Bill to remove and fine local officials over illegal gun laws now in governor’s hands appeared first on Guns.com.
A bill to establish an interstate compact restricting member states from adopting gun transfer requirements tougher than existing federal law is headed to the governor.
The post Arizona passes novel plan to reject expanded background check laws appeared first on Guns.com.
- Page 1 of 2