Columbus and Dayton File First-of-its-Kind Suit Against Ohio Attorney General’s Office Over Failure to Ensure Criminal Convictions are Entered into Background Check Databases
The cities of Columbus and Dayton filed a first-of-its kind lawsuit alleging that court intervention is required to remedy massive gaps that have plagued Ohio’s criminal background check databases for years, putting public safety at risk.
Election Protection: Preventing and Responding to Illegal Armed Voter Intimidation and Election Interference
No right is more fundamental in a free country than the right to vote.
Houston Church and Business, Represented By Everytown Law, Challenge Texas Law Intended To Punish Business Owners That Want To Keep Guns Off Their Property
A Houston church and a local business today filed a legal challenge to a state law making it burdensome to prohibit firearms from private Texas properties, arguing that the state’s onerous and costly signage requirements for private properties seeking to prohibit guns infringe on their First Amendment right to free speech.
Cities, With Support from Everytown, Sue to Compel Trump Administration To Address Growing Threat From ‘Ghost Guns’
The lawsuit alleges that the ATF’s misinterpretation has allowed the explosive growth of unregulated ‘ghost guns’ that are increasingly being used to commit gun violence and other crimes across the country.
Everytown Calls on the FTC to Investigate Smith & Wesson's Dangerous Assault Rifle Marketing Practices
Everytown for Gun Safety and Brady released a complaint calling on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Smith & Wesson’s marketing and promotion of its M&P line of assault rifles.
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