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2nd Amendment Activists' Lawsuit Forces Illinois State Police to Do Their Job :: 10/22/2022
BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- The Second Amendment Foundation confirmed today its federal lawsuit against the Illinois State Police that compelled the agency to hire additional personnel in order to clear a backlog of applications for Firearm Owner Identification (FOID) cards because the issue has been resolved, and dismissed.
Biden Admin Sued For Going After Gunsellers :: 10/21/2022
The Biden administration is abusing the 1968 Gun Control Act to take away gun dealers’ licenses over paperwork mistakes, according to a Texas Public Policy Foundation (TPPF) lawsuit filed Wednesday.
Federal Judge Blocks New York's Church Gun Ban :: 10/21/2022
The Empire State’s latest gun-control law was dealt another setback in federal court today.
Fed. Judge Lets Anti-Gun Group Join Gun Mag Ban Case As Defendant :: 10/20/2022
BELLEVUE, WA – -(AmmoLand.com)- A federal judge in Tacoma, Washington, has allowed a Seattle-based gun prohibition lobbying group to intervene as a defendant in the Second Amendment Foundation’s challenge of an Evergreen State magazine ban which became effective July 1, 2022.
FPC Files for Injunction Against New York "Places of Worship" Handgun Carry Ban :: 10/19/2022
BUFFALO, NY (October 14, 2022) – Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced today that it has filed a motion for a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction in Hardaway v. Bruen, its lawsuit challenging New York’s law banning guns in “any place of worship or religious observation.” The motion can be viewed at FPCLegal.org.
"Firmly committed to defending my church": Pastors sue over NY carry ban in houses of worship :: 10/18/2022
A pair of pastors from western New York are the latest plaintiffs in string of lawsuits filed in the state since Democratic lawmakers imposed new restrictions on the right to carry in the wake of the Supreme Court’s decision overturning New York’s “may issue” laws earlier this year.
FPC VICTORY: Judge Issues Injunction Against California Gun Owner Data-Sharing Law :: 10/17/2022
SAN DIEGO, CA (October 14, 2022) – Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that San Diego Superior Court Judge Katherine Bacal has issued a preliminary injunction in its lawsuit challenging California Assembly Bill 173, which requires the state’s Department of Justice to share the personal identifying information of millions of gun and ammunition owners with other parties for non-law-enforcement purposes. The ruling in Barba v. Bonta, which was affirmed by the judge in full, can be viewed at FPCLegal.org.
Appeals Court Reverses Ruling That Upheld TN Housing Authority Gun Ban :: 10/16/2022
A three-judge panel of the Court of Appeals of Tennessee at Nashville reversed and remanded a lower court decision Friday that upheld a Columbia Housing Authority gun ban.
Court says ban on guns with serial numbers removed is unconstitutional :: 10/14/2022
Guns made by licensed manufacturers are required to have serial numbers. This is so they can be tracked and traced, which is why some want to ban so-called ghost guns. Those firearms aren’t required to have a serial number and so, at least as some tell it, they can’t be traced.
Judge Rules Federal Ban on Guns With Removed Serial Numbers Is Unconstitutional :: 10/14/2022
A judge has ruled that a federal law banning guns that have had their serial numbers removed is unconstitutional.
Judge Rules Bruen Doesn't Protect Felons' 2A Rights :: 10/13/2022
Despite finding in the earlier ruling that no laws during the founding era were discovered that dealt with felon firearms possession, Judge David Counts ruled just the opposite in the recent case.
Second Circuit Stays Order Blocking New York's Latest Gun-Carry Law :: 10/12/2022
An emergency restraining order blocking most of New York’s restrictive gun-carry law will not take effect. At least not yet.
Mexico Files New Suit Against American Gun Dealers :: 10/10/2022
After failing on the first attempt, Mexico is again trying its luck against the American firearms industry in court.
Federal Judge Blocks Latest New York Gun-Carry Restrictions :: 10/06/2022
New York’s attempt to restrict gun carry after its previous law was struck down by the Supreme Court has failed.
SCOTUS Declines to Overturn ATF Bump Stock Ban :: 10/05/2022
The Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) declined Monday to overturn the bump stock ban that took effect in March 2019.
Supreme Court Tells Lower Court to Reconsider Massachusetts Misdemeanor Handgun Ban :: 10/04/2022
The Supreme Court has identified a fifth case that needs to be reheard in light of its recent landmark gun ruling.
Philly Judge Blocks New Gun Free Zones :: 10/03/2022
A Pennsylvania judge has blocked Philadelphia’s latest attempt to institute its own gun restrictions.
Under the gun: New York carry laws face renewed scrutiny from federal judge :: 10/01/2022
While there are multiple lawsuits taking on various aspects of New York’s new laws governing concealed carry, the case to watch today is Antonyuk v. Hochul. On Thursday, a federal judge in Syracuse who previously declared many parts of the state’s new laws appear to be unconstitutional but also ruled that the plaintiffs challenging them did not have standing to sue, heard new arguments in the re-filed complaint and once again appeared to be deeply skeptical about the legality of several provisions.
Federal Court Tosses Mexico's Suit Against U.S. Gun Makers :: 09/30/2022
U.S. gun manufacturers and wholesalers cannot be held liable for criminal gun trafficking into Mexico.
Federal Judge Who Struck Down Felony Indictment Gun Ban Upholds Conviction Ban :: 09/29/2022
The federal prohibition on convicted felons possessing guns is in line with the Second Amendment.
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