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FPC Exclusive: Interview with Texas Governor Greg Abbott
As we note in our own constitution, FPC believes that how a government or society regulates the right to keep and bear arms indicates how that government or society does or will approach regulation of other natural rights and personal property.
FPC Statement on Biden Supreme Court Nominee, Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson
Following President Biden’s announcement today nominating Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the U.S. Supreme Court, the Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) released the following statement.
FPC Statement on Indiana’s Permitless Carry Legislation
In advance of the Indiana Senate holding committee hearings this week on House Bill 1077, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) issued the following statement.
FPC Statement on Gavin Newsom’s Newest Attack on Gun Owners
Today, California Governor Gavin Newsom and Attorney General Rob Bonta held a press conference to boast about the State’s latest attacks on fundamental human rights.
FPC: YouTube Should Protect Speech, Not Placate Politicians
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) issued the following statement in response to the February 14, 2022 letter from Senators Richard Blumenthal (D-CT), Robert Menendez (D-NJ), Christopher Murphy (D-CT), Cory Booker (D-NJ), and Edward Markey (D-MA) to YouTube’s CEO, Susan Wojcicki, demanding that it remove lawful content from its platform.
FPC Brief Argues Removal of Comments on Government Facebook Page Violated First Amendment Rights
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has filed a motion seeking leave to file a proposed amicus brief with the United States Court for the District of Colorado in the case of Delbert Sgaggio v. De Young, et al., a case where the magistrate judge recently concluded that Sgaggio’s criticism of City of Woodland Park, Colorado government employees was “obscene” and therefore unprotected by the First Amendment.
FPC Victory: PA Appellate Court Rules Philadelphia “Lost or Stolen” Ordinance is Unlawful
In another Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) legal victory, Pennsylvania’s Commonwealth Court ruled on appeal that Philadelphia’s ordinance requiring the reporting of “lost or stolen” firearms violates State law.
FPC: Biden Administration Shamefully Continues Using Tragedy to Attack Second Amendment Rights
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) issued the following statement in response to President Biden’s continued push for unconstitutional legislation and policies on the fourth anniversary of the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting in Parkland, Florida.
FPC: Credit Card Companies Should Reject Attack on 2A Rights by Failing Los Angeles DA, George Gascón
Firearms Policy Coalition issued the following statement in response to Los Angeles County District Attorney George Gascón’s letters sent to credit card companies asking them to stop processing payments for select firearm parts:
Firearms Policy Coalition Legal Scholar Recognized for Notable Research Achievement
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) is pleased to announce that Joseph Greenlee, FPC’s director of constitutional studies and a frequent counsel of record on the organization’s amicus briefings, was recognized by SSRN as being in the “top 10 percent of all-time downloads” among the global network’s more than 700,000 research authors.
FPC Statement on President Biden’s Latest Attack on Gun Rights
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) released the following statement in response to President Biden’s latest attack on Second Amendment rights:
Firearms Policy Coalition Statement on California SB 906
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) released the following statement in response to California State Sen. Anthony Portantino’s outrageous proposal to intrude into the private lives of law-abiding citizens.
Timney Triggers Joins FPC Constitution Alliance to Support Pro-Second Amendment Litigation, Advocacy & Education Programs
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced today that Phoenix-based Timney Triggers, one of the oldest and largest trigger manufacturers in the world, has joined FPC’s Constitution Alliance family as a Benefactor Member.
FPC Sues U.S. Government in Lawsuit Challenging Gun Denials, ‘Burden-Shifting’
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) has filed a new lawsuit that challenges the federal government’s wrongful denial of an application to purchase a firearm, as well as burden-shifting policies and practices that force gun buyers to prove they are not prohibited persons under the law.
FPC Sues California to Protect Gun Owners’ Privacy
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed a new lawsuit today challenging California Assembly Bill 173, which requires the state’s Department of Justice to share the personal identifying information of millions of gun and ammunition owners with other parties for non-law-enforcement purposes.
FPC Statement on Possible ATF Actions Regarding ‘Forced-Reset Triggers’ (FRTs)
FPC Law is investigating a purported internal ATF email alleging that businesses which manufacture, distribute, or sell ‘forced-reset triggers’—specifically referring to “Rare Breed and Wide-Open Triggers (FRT Trigger).”
BREAKING: FPC Law Wins Two Ninth Circuit Cases Challenging Los Angeles, Ventura COVID Closures
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced two important victories at the Ninth Circuit today in cases challenging COVID order closures of firearm and ammunition retailers in Ventura and Los Angeles counties.
Taurus® Joins FPC Constitution Alliance to Support Pro-2nd Amendment Litigation, Advocacy, & Education Programs
Today, Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced that Bainbridge, Georgia-based Taurus®, a holding company which owns some of the most robust firearms brands currently available in the U.S., has joined FPC’s Constitution Alliance family as a Benefactor Member.
FPC Brief Argues Federal Law Banning Non-Violent Criminals From Firearms is Unconstitutional
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced the filing of an important brief with the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit in the case of Bryan Range v. Att’y General of the U.S.
FPC Asks Supreme Court to Strike Down Maryland “Assault Weapons” Ban
Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) is asking the United States Supreme Court to strike down Maryland’s unconstitutional ban on so-called “assault weapons” in a petition filed today.
FPC Response to Calif. Gov. Gavin Newsom's Threats Following Supreme Court Ruling in Texas S.B. 8 Case
Just as FPC secured a trial judgment against the State of California's unconstitutional ban on so-called "assault weapons" in our Miller v. Bonta case before Judge Roger T. Benitez, we are prepared to litigate these important issues in state courts and then up to the U.S. Supreme Court.
The Constitution Protects Self-Made Arms, Argues New Scholarly Article
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) announced today a timely new scholarly article on the Second Amendment right to self-manufacture arms, including firearms.
FPC Files Brief in Lawsuit Challenging Illinois’ FOID Card Requirement
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) filed an important brief with the Illinois Supreme Court in support of Vivian Brown, a lifelong peaceable citizen who has been criminalized for exercising her Second Amendment rights because she did not possess a Firearm Owner’s Identification (FOID) card.
Brownells Joins FPC Constitution Alliance to Support Pro-Second Amendment Litigation, Advocacy, & Education Programs
The Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and Brownells, Inc. announced today that Brownells, the world’s leading source for guns, gun parts and accessories, ammunition, gunsmithing tools, and survival gear, has joined FPC’s Constitution Alliance.