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By Jesse Bedayn, Associated Press
A landmark U.S. Supreme Court decision on the Second Amendment is upending gun laws across the country, dividing judges and sowing confusion over what firearm restrictions can remain on the books.
By Alanna Durkin Richer, Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
All U.S. Supreme Court decisions have consequences but only a few jolt the legal system and the nation with immediate and long-term consequences.
By Marcia Coyle
The act, which Gov. Parson signed at a gun shop in June of 2021, states that any gun law that violates a citizen’s Second Amendment rights, by Missouri’s standards, cannot be enforced, essentially invalidating federal authority to regulate guns.
By Gabrielle Hays
A ruling by a state court judge placed Oregon’s tough new voter-approved gun law on hold late Tuesday, just hours after a federal court judge allowed the ban on the sale and transfer of high-capacity magazines to take effect this…
By Gillian Flaccus, Associated Press
By Gillian Flaccus, Lindsay Whitehurst, Associated Press
A federal judge in Portland has delivered an initial victory to proponents of a sweeping gun-control measure approved by Oregon voters.
By Michael Hill, Associated Press
A federal judge has halted key provisions of New York's gun rules that restrict where people can carry weapons and require permit applicants to hand over social media information.
By Kenichi Serino, Justin Stabley
While written testimonies are common for gun permits across the country, requiring social media records is an added layer that has not been implemented in other places for the purposes of gun permitting.
By Michael Hill, Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press, Maysoon Khan, Associated Press/Report for America
New York City will begin posting signs proclaiming the iconic tourist destination Times Square as a "Gun Free Zone." Under a sweeping new state gun law that goes into effect Thursday, it would be one of scores of "sensitive" places…
By Michael Hill, Bobby Caina Calvan, Associated Press
The new rules are meant to address a U.S. Supreme Court decision that further expanded Second Amendment gun rights when it invalidated a century-old law that required gun owners to prove they had a compelling need to carry.
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