Hundreds of students marched through the streets of D.C. on Thursday, in the second installment of a region-wide walkout from classes by young people demanding a comprehensive solution to gun violence, especially in schools.
A Russian woman accused of being a secret agent admitted Thursday that she conspired to infiltrate the American gun-rights movement to gather intelligence on conservative political groups as Donald Trump rose to power.
Four years ago, the NRA rated Larry Hogan as an “A-.” An NRA spokesman said the NRA will not endorse him this election as it did during his successful 2014 run for governor.
William Brewer III was to defend the NRA against an insurance broker, but wasn’t licensed in Virginia. To proceed, he signed a form vouching for his good standing, despite a 2016 fine for trying to influence potential jurors in Texas.
Protesters took to the streets outside the National Rifle Association to demand stricter gun laws near the nation’s largest gun lobby. They pushed for increased restrictions on downloadable weapons and called on the Internal Revenue Service to revoke the NRA’s tax-exempt status. See photos.
Protesters are scheduled to meet Saturday for the “National March on NRA” at the association’s headquarters in Fairfax. Among the activists and organizers will be students from Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School who survived the February shooting in which 17 students and staff members were killed.
Maryland’s Republican governor told a group of students at a school where a teen fatally shot his ex-girlfriend and himself that he’d reject a National Rifle Association endorsement if it were offered.
The National Rifle Association and many Republican leaders insist the root of the problem is not guns but a range of issues such as mental health, school security, video games and excessive prescriptions of attention-deficit disorder drugs such as Ritalin.
They are the “good guys with guns” the National Rifle Association says are needed to protect students from shooters: a school police officer, a teacher who moonlights in law enforcement, a veteran sheriff. Yet in a span of 48 hours in March, the three were responsible for gun safety lapses that put students in danger.
Months after the horror of the Parkland school shootings in Florida, President Donald Trump stood before cheering members of the National Rifle Association and urged them to elect more Republicans to Congress to defend gun rights.
Back for a return engagement, President Donald Trump’s address to the National Rifle Association on Friday comes after he temporarily strayed from the group’s strong opposition to tougher gun controls following the school shooting in Parkland, Florida — only to rapidly return to the fold.
Nugent, a longtime member of the NRA’s board of directors, said survivors of the Feb. 14 shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School are wrong to blame the NRA and its members for mass shootings.
Hundreds of thousands came in from across the country to join the student-fueled rally against gun violence called March for Our Lives. Organizers expected up to half a million people in the District, with over 800 sister marches planned across the world in solidarity.
As congressional gun talks ramp up, see how contributions from gun rights or gun control groups are distributed to Maryland lawmakers.
Maryland Gov. Larry Hogan says he’s against arming classroom teachers, supports banning bump stocks and is endorsing clarifying legislation in Annapolis that would remove firearms from those convicted of domestic abuse.
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