by Josh Israel Apr 28, 2016 Updated: May 3, 2016
“You’re going to do whatever you need to do if your safety is in jeopardy. The question is, what happens in the lawsuit after that? Are you going to be faced with liability after that?”
by Alice Ollstein Nov 5, 2015
"We should be talking about how we preserve our Second Amendment rights but at the same time prevent unnecessary violence."
by Alice Ollstein Oct 15, 2015
After losing her son in 2012, this mother is fighting to change the gun laws Jeb Bush signed into law in Florida.
by Carimah Townes Sep 28, 2015
The co-sponsor of the original "stand your ground" law is trying to make it even stronger.
by Alice Ollstein Jul 31, 2015
Bush did not mention his record of ending affirmative action, expanding some mandatory minimum prison sentences, and signing the controversial Stand Your Ground gun law.
by Igor Volsky & Victoria Fleischer Jul 31, 2015
Here is how Jeb Bush forever changed the nation's self-defense laws.
by Carimah Townes Feb 23, 2015
Rep. Garnet Coleman wants to remove the danger for young men of color.
by Tara Culp-Ressler Jan 27, 2015
When she arrives at the Duval County Courthouse, she'll be greeted by a symbol of solidarity from other people who have survived domestic violence and abuse.
by Nicole Flatow Dec 22, 2014
“Look, I’m not losing to these people anymore," Rodriguez said on video before he shot and killed Kelly Danaher.
by Nicole Flatow Dec 8, 2014
"If the court rules the state's got the burden, I think it's going to open the door for a lot of lawyers to use the immunity statute that were not using it."