National Rifle Association
A Senate panel is set to vote on changes to Minnesota’s gun laws, including whether to require background checks for all gun purchases.
An unexpected twist came Wednesday in the efforts at the Capitol to curb gun violence. A majority of the House is now backing a new plan to modestly revise the state’s gun laws.
A clear majority of the Minnesota House is backing a new plan to modestly revise the state’s gun laws.
Top Minnesota lawmakers are tacking toward new gun legislation that wouldn’t impose universal background checks for gun purchases.
For the second day in a row, the gun debate has brought a large crowd to the State Capitol.
With his gun proposals dividing Congress, President Barack Obama conceded Monday the challenges he faces in winning support for measures ranging from criminal checks on gun buyers to an assault weapons ban. But, he declared: “We don’t have to agree on everything to agree it’s time to do something.”
Protesters twice interrupted the head of the NRA as he proposed armed security guards in every school in the United States.
The nation’s largest gun-rights lobbying group responded for the first time Friday since the elementary school massacre in Connecticut a week ago.
A Minnesota congressman who’s a former teacher and gets straight A’s from the National Rifle Association says he’s “deeply disappointed” with the NRA’s proposal for posting armed police officers at every school.
In the wake of the tragedy in Connecticut, it is clear that this nation needs to reform its gun laws and a number of other needs now.
Five days after a shooting claimed the lives of 26 victims, including 20 children, the National Rifle Association is breaking its silence.
The National Rifle Association says its fight with Attorney General J.B. Van Hollen over concealed carry regulations isn’t over.