A New York judge on Thursday denied the National Rifle Association’s bid to throw out a state lawsuit that seeks to put the powerful gun advocacy group out of business.Read More »
The National Rifle Association has backed a Maryland gun rights group’s appeal to the Supreme Court, arguing the state handgun permit law’s requirement that applicants provide the state with a “good and substantial reason” to carry a handgun outside the ...Read More »
The month of April has at best been a month during which events have generated serious questions about our federal government’s ability to protect its citizens, as well as its ability to institutionally respect and respond to the will of the huge majority of the people officials were elected to represent.Read More »
A few government and politics headlines for Tuesday.
Tagged with: Comptroller Peter V. R. Franchot gas tax gun control internet sales tax jeannie haddaway-riccio jim brochin Maravene Loeschke marketplace fairness act National Rifle Association nra republicans Tony O'Donnell towson university TransportationRead More »
Sen. Brian E. Frosh says the National Rifle Association's decision to fight Maryland's yet-to-be-signed gun control law in court rather than at the polls shows the pro-gun organization knows state voters would uphold the law.Read More »
Sen. Brian E. Frosh, who has all but officially announced his candidacy for Maryland attorney general next year, could find himself — if elected — defending in court the constitutionality of the state’s coming gun-control laws. These will impose licensing and fingerprinting requirements on handgun purchasers, ban semi-automatic assault weapons and limit the size of ammunition magazines.Read More »
BERLIN — Since mid-December, Bob Arthur has watched as the time Maryland State Police need to review a gun application stretched to more than a month. For the owner of Shooters Supply and other shop owners, the reason is simple: ...Read More »