Tomorrow, the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled to hear Senate Bill 68. This legislation is intended to protect children during their online activities by prohibiting the marketing or advertising of services or products deemed “harmful to children,” on websites that are considered “directed to children.”
On Monday, Indiana Senate Bill 98 was signed into law by Governor Mike Pence. Sponsored by state Representative Ben Smaltz (R-52) and state Senator James Tomes (R-49), SB 98 modifies the current law that prohibits reckless lawsuits against a firearms manufacturer for the unlawful misuse of their products by third parties by preventing a person from bringing […]
The Oregon Firearms Safety Act expands background check requirements, already in place at stores and gun shows in the state, to include person-to-person and online gun sales. The measure passed by a vote of 32-28 in the state's House of Representatives after previous approval in the state Senate.
U.S. Sen. Timothy M. Kaine commemorated the eighth anniversary of the Virginia Tech shootings that left 32 dead with a call for stronger gun laws.“It’s estimated that 40 percent of all the guns that are sold in the United States occur with no background records check,” said Kaine, D-Va., during an April 16 floor speech.