Everytown Calls on the FTC to Investigate Smith & Wesson's Dangerous Assault Rifle Marketing Practices
May 31, 2020: Fred Guttenberg, Everytown for Gun Safety and Brady on Monday released a complaint calling on the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Smith & Wesson’s marketing and promotion of its M&P line of assault rifles, citing substantial evidence the company uses unfair and deceptive practices to market the rifles to young, male consumers — a demographic that includes a disproportionate number of the shooters in the 10 most destructive mass shootings of the past decade.
Everytown Files Second Circuit Brief Defending Groundbreaking FOIA Victory Ordering the Disclosure of Firearms Trace Data
May 26, 2020: Everytown's groundbreaking FOIA challenge to the Tiahrt Rider has moved to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Second Circuit. On May 26, 2020, Everytown responded to ATF's brief appealing the district court's order requiring it to disclose firearms trace data regarding guns used in suicides.
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