Month: June 2022

Is your dishwasher repairman packing heat? The case for ‘no carry’ gun defaults on private property – The Hill


In New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, the U.S. Supreme Court struck down New York’s proper-cause law, radically expanding the rights of people to carry concealed weapons in public. New York’s law required that anyone seeking an unrestricted public carry permit had to demonstrate a…

Gun-makers face new legal threat from families of mass shooting victims – Oil City Derrick


Families of children and teachers killed in last month’s Texas school massacre face a formidable legal battle if they decide to sue the gun-maker whose AR-15 semi-automatic rifle was used in the attack.That doesn’t mean they can’t win. Copyright 2022 Tribune Content Agency. DOWNERS GROVE, III.–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Jun 30,…

In Rare Invocation of Unsecured Gun Law, Mother faces Felony Charge in Son’s Accidental Shooting –


Twice in the last four months State Attorney R.J. Larizza was asked at local press conferences why his office so rarely prosecutes instances of gun negligence–guns illegally left unsecured or within reach of children. “Without knowing the circumstances and looking at the actual reports when they come to…