Landmark ruling handed down on Dec. 18th.
California gun owners have some good news with regard to the state's waiting period for new handguns.
Gun rights for legal immigrants to the United States have been reaffirmed in Hawaii, as a federal judge overturned a law banning permits for legal permanent residents.
Decision a victory for civil rights in the nation's most populous state.
The U.S. 11th Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of the state of Florida and law-abiding gun owners over activist doctors and the gun-control lobby.
California is experiencing higher-than-normal volumes of concealed-carry permit applications since its "good cause" requirement was ruled unconstitutional.
A ruling in California challenges the need to show "good cause" for a concealed weapons permit. Could this signal a change in the process by which "may-issue" states grant permits?