The parents of a 29-year-old Kansas City man who was killed in a 2016 shooting have filed a wrongful death lawsuit against a firearms manufacturer and the gun dealer who allegedly sold the handgun that was used in the shooting.
Noting that domestic violence murders often involve guns, and that domestic abusers lurk around victims’ shelters, the West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence has filed a lawsuit over a state law requiring them to allow guns in shelter parking lots.
The West Virginia Coalition Against Domestic Violence is asking a federal judge to prevent Attorney General Patrick Morrisey from enforcing a law that requires private businesses to allow employees and visitors to have guns in their vehicles parked on those businesses’ property.
Sabika Sheikh, a Muslim exchange student from Pakistan with dreams of changing the world, struck up an unlikely friendship with an evangelical Christian girl. The two became inseparable—until the day a fellow student opened fire.
The Madison schools parents who sued the district over its concealed weapons policy will take Butler County Common Pleas Judge Charles Pater’s decision against them to the the 12th District Court of Appeals.
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