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  • How to reduce gun violence

    How to reduce gun violence
    At a time when Baltimore could desperately use some good news when it comes to the prospects of reducing violence, research from the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health suggests we may already have taken a key step toward preventing gun...
  • The U.S. Supreme Court: An unlikely supporter for sensible gun laws

    The U.S. Supreme Court: An unlikely supporter for sensible gun laws
    Conservative majorities in legislatures in the Southern and Western U.S. have aggressively expanded gun rights in recent years. But there is one venue where the conservative majority has proved surprisingly reluctant to join this movement: the U.S....
  • Supreme Court shows sensible gun regulation is permissible

    The following editorial was written by Bloomberg View editors: Conservative majorities in legislatures in the Southern and Western U.S. have aggressively expanded gun rights in recent years. But there is one venue where the conservative majority has...
  • Wisconsin legislators vote to end 48-hour waiting period for gun sales

    Wisconsin legislators vote to end 48-hour waiting period for gun sales
    Wisconsin Republicans moved within a step Tuesday of eliminating the state's decades-old 48-hour waiting period for handgun purchases, pushing a bill that would wipe out the statutes through the state Assembly to Gov. Scott Walker's desk. Minority...
  • Virginia voters picking candidates in primary election

    Voting was underway Tuesday in primary elections whose outcome may shape November's general election fight over control of the Senate and determine who leads the state House of Delegates. There are 18 contested legislative elections around the state, the...
  • Is technology making the gun debate moot?

    Is technology making the gun debate moot?
    The biggest challenge for those seeking to regulate firearms isn't the gulf between robust public support and anemic legislative support for background checks. It's not the National Rifle Association's lobbying machine or the hypocrisy of lawmakers who...
  • Justices reject NRA appeal over San Francisco gun laws

    The Supreme Court has turned down another National Rifle Association-led appeal aimed at loosening gun restrictions and instead left in place two San Francisco gun laws. The court on Monday let stand court rulings in favor of a city measure that requires...
  • Hanover Township approves hunting in bid to conform to state gun law

    Hanover Township approves hunting in bid to conform to state gun law
    Despite that there really are no hunting grounds in Hanover Township, Lehigh County, township officials altered a law to make the outdoor sport legal – though a celebration of the hunt was not their motivation. Council voted unanimously Wednesday...
  • NRA version of 2nd Amendment lacks common sense

    NRA version of 2nd Amendment lacks common sense
    A new Pew Research Center report states that 52 percent of Americans support gun rights, the highest percentage in the last two decades. Yet the gun rights that they believe are guaranteed by law may very well be an illusion. That's because we have...
  • Letter: Toxic gun culture needs to go away

    This whole gun rights thing in America is completely out of control. What kind of society are we that we allow the gun-owning minority and the NRA to bully us into thinking that the right to own a gun – any type of gun – is some sort of...
  • Christie: Will actively vie in South Carolina _ if he runs

    Potential Republican presidential contender Chris Christie says he intends to compete actively in South Carolina if he chooses to run, despite some perceptions that his brash style and record on issues like gun control won't appeal to voters in the South'...