Supreme Court Grants Certification in Second Amendment Concealed-Carry Case
Today the U.S. Supreme Court decided to hear an NRA-backed case challenging New York’s restrictive concealed-carry-licensing regime.
Pennsylvania Governor Reverses Course, Reopens Gun Stores Amid COVID-19 Crisis
At the urging of several of the state's Supreme Court justices, Pennsylvania governor Tom Wolf backtracked on a portion of his Coronavirus-related emergency shut down order yesterday, allowing gun stores to reopen, albeit under severe restrictions.
Why an Alaskan Moose Hunter’s Supreme Court Win Matters
The fact the U.S. Supreme Court chose to hear one hunter’s case out of thousands of petitions and ruled against federal overreach is refreshing in an era when federal bureaucrats often push the limits of their statutory authority.
Hunting Magazines and Shows to Remain Legal
United States v. Stevens resulted in a big win for hunters, trappers and any American who values his freedom of speech.