American Companies Taking Stands, Facing Retribution Over GunsGun retail outlets are going beyond what current U.S. laws require for gun sale restrictions.
Mpls. Mayor Suggests Delta Move HQ To MSP After NRA ControversyThere has been plenty of drama following Delta Air Lines’ decision to end its discount program for NRA members – and Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frey is trying to take advantage of the situation.
Trump Says He's Willing To Take On NRA Over Gun LegislationPresident Donald Trump declared he's willing to take on the National Rifle Association over gun legislation, but Republicans who control Congress aren't so sure.
Klobuchar Talks Gun Control With Iron Range HuntersSen. Klobuchar appeared on "Meet the Press" Sunday morning, and talked about meeting with gun owners on the Iron Range.
DFL Gubernatorial Candidate Walz Walks Back NRA Support AgainOn the heels of mass shootings in Florida and Las Vegas, gun violence is taking center stage, even in the Minnesota governor’s race.
Both Sides – And The NRA – Considering Bump Stock Ban The deadly Las Vegas shooting has lawmakers, and even the National Rifle Association, suggesting some changes could be made regarding gun control.
NRA-Backed Gun Bill Shelved Indefinitely, GOP's Paul Ryan SaysHouse Republican leaders called for unity and prayer Tuesday after the deadly mass shooting in Las Vegas, but offered no new legislation to tighten gun laws and said a bill to ease regulations on gun silencers would be shelved indefinitely.
NRA Says Philando Castile’s Death Could Have Been AvoidedThe National Rifle Association is speaking out on the shooting death of Philando Castile, saying it's a tragedy that could have been avoided.
Wis. Gov. Walker To Sign Bill Legalizing Concealed SwitchbladesGov. Scott Walker is set to sign a bill that would allow people to carry concealed switchblades and knives. The governor plans to the sign the measure Saturday afternoon at the National Rifle Association and Wisconsin FORCE's annual convention in Weston.
Reality Check: Guns And 8th District CandidatesThe hotly contested 8th Congressional District campaign took another turn this week, over guns. The National Rifle Association is pouring nearly $750,000 into a negative ad which mocks incumbent Democratic Congressman Rick Nolan. The ad features an actor in a suit and a goofy hat, posing for election-year photos. "Nolan doesn't get basic gun safety, and doesn't know how many shells go in a duck gun," the ad says.
NRA Plans Ad Blitz Targeting Nolan On Gun Rights The nation's most powerful gun rights group is targeting Minnesota Rep. Rick Nolan with a massive ad blitz the week before Election Day. The National Rifle Association has reserved $750,000 in ads starting Oct. 28, according to public filings. NRA spokeswoman Jennifer Baker confirmed the ads would focus on Minnesota's 8th District.
Senate Panel To Take Up Guns, Background ChecksA Senate panel is set to vote on changes to Minnesota's gun laws, including whether to require background checks for all gun purchases.