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August 1, 2018 | Via

Federal Judge Blocks Release of 3D Gun Blueprints

US District Court Judge Robert Lasnik granted a temporary restraining order on Tuesday night blocking the public availability of blueprints providing instructions for making plastic guns using 3D printers. Gun-rights activist Cody Wilson, who planned the Wednesday release, is fighting to post the blueprints, citing First Amendment rights.

March 30, 2018 | Via CNBC

Advertisers Cut Ties with Laura Ingraham

A collection of companies announced their decision to pull advertisements from right-wing television host Laura Ingraham’s show after she insulted Parkland, Florida shooting survivor David Hogg. Advertisers including TripAdvisor, Nestle, Wayfair, and Hulu have cut ties with Ingraham. In response to the backlash, Ingraham apologized ‘for any upset or hurt’ her tweet caused.

March 26, 2018 | Via The Washington Post

March for Our Lives Youth Demand Attention

Students from Stoneman Douglas and South Broward High in Florida spoke with representatives in Washington on Friday as demonstrators gathered worldwide calling for gun violence action. While the White House praised the youth participation in March for Our Lives, former Pennsylvania Senator Rick Santorum claimed students should be ‘taking CPR classes’ instead of protesting.

March 23, 2018 | Via CBS News

YouTube and Citygroup Take Stance on Gun Control

Following the Parkland, Florida school shooting, YouTube announced tightened restrictions on firearm videos and the ban on videos promoting construction or sale of firearms and accessories. The new policy should go into effect next month. Citigroup is the first Wall Street bank to take a stance with restrictions on firearms sales by its business customers.

March 15, 2018 | Via Politico

Gun Law Changes Sidestepped as Students Walk Out

Students in Washington, D.C., and across the US staged walkouts, Wednesday, to push for tougher gun control following the Parkland, Florida high school shooting. The student-led demonstrations were ‘unprecedented in recent American history.’ Amid the walkouts and calls for gun control, the House approved legislation to strengthen school security but did not touch upon US gun laws.

March 13, 2018 | Via CNN

Trump Forgoes Gun Control Promises

Following President Trump’s promise to work for improved gun control measures after the Florida High School shooting, he retreated, Monday, instead embracing the agenda of the National Rifle Association. Trump now supports the NRA’s plan for small improvements to the background check system and arming ‘highly trained expert teachers’ with concealed weapons.

March 8, 2018 | Via BBC

Gun Regulation Bill Advances as Florida Shooter Charged with Murder

A grand jury charged Nikolas Cruz, Florida high school shooter, with a total of 34 counts of premeditated and attempted murder on Wednesday. Cruz could face the death penalty. Florida lawmakers passed a gun control and school safety bill defying NRA, to create new firearms regulations and arm school employees. The bill now goes to the state governor.

March 2, 2018 | Via NPR

Georgia Lawmakers Eliminate Delta’s Tax Break

Following Delta Air Lines’ decision to cut ties with the National Rifle Association, Georgia lawmakers voted to eliminate a tax benefit of at least $38 million for the Atlanta based airline company. Delta ended their promotional discount for NRA members to stay ‘neutral’ in the national gun debate. Georgia Republicans say they have the right to ‘govern guided by our principles.’

March 1, 2018 | Via NBC News

Gun Control Begins with Trump and Retail Chains

President Trump surprised Republicans, Wednesday, urging White House lawmakers to resurrect gun safety legislation, opposed for years by the National Rifle Association. Retail chains Walmart and Dick’s Sporting Goods are also taking steps toward gun control, as they raised the buying age to 21, and Dick’s ended all sales of assault rifles.

February 26, 2018 | Via LA Times

NRA Doesn’t Support Trump’s Gun Plans

Amid rising tensions over gun control following the Florida school shooting, the National Rifle Association rejected President Trump’s call for a federal ban on bump stocks and the sale of rifles to people younger than 21-years old, Sunday. Boycotts inspired by the Florida shooting have lead companies such as United Airlines, Best Western, MetLife and at least a dozen other companies to do away with discounts and perks for National Rifle Association members.

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