145 CEOs, Including Celtics Co-Owner, Sign Letter Calling For Background Checks On Gun SalesTheir plea, which follows the recent rash of mass shootings, is among Corporate America's strongest statements yet against America's gun violence epidemic.
CVS, Walgreens Among Retailers Asking Shoppers Not To Openly Carry Guns In StoresThe moves represent a major shift in the way retailers are positioning themselves in the gun debate.
Dick's Sporting Goods Is Testing If It Should Stop Selling GunsDick's has been quietly testing the water on whether to pull out entirely from what it calls the "hunt" business, including firearms.
Boston Rally Calls For Tightening Of Nation's Gun LawsA rally is planned at Boston’s City Hall Plaza Sunday afternoon to pressure Congress to tighten the nation’s gun laws after recent mass shootings.
New Hampshire Reps Vote To Restore Gun Ban On House FloorGuns and other deadly weapons are once again banned on the House floor in New Hampshire.
Mass. State Board Says No To Arming TeachersThe Massachusetts Department of Elementary and Secondary Education has voted unanimously on a resolution opposed to the arming of teachers.
Massachusetts House Approves Ban On Bump StocksThe Massachusetts House has approved a bill that would outlaw devices that allow semi-automatic weapons to mimic fully automatic guns.
Guns, Military Shells Seized From Cohasset HomeMore than two dozen guns and multiple military grade shells were seized from a home on Doane Street in Cohasset Friday afternoon.
Bill Aims To Take Guns From Those At Risk Of Inflicting HarmThe bill would let family members and police ask a judge to impose what supporters call an "extreme risk protective order" against individuals experiencing a personal crisis and at risk of dangerous behavior.
New Hampshire Governor Signs Law Making It Easier To Carry Hidden GunsA license is no longer required to carry a loaded gun under a jacket or in a purse in New Hampshire.
NRA Aiming At AG Healey's Assault Weapons Enforcement NoticeThe National Rifle Association is taking aim at Democratic Attorney General Maura Healey's enforcement notice clarifying what constitutes a "copy" or "duplicate" weapon under the state's assault weapons ban.