SAF, Defense Distributed Add More Defendants to First Amendment Lawsuit

Press release: BELLEVUE, WA – The Second Amendment Foundation and Defense Distributed have amended their lawsuit to include four more state and local officials, accusing them of “unconstitutional prior restraint” by attempting to prevent online sharing of 3-D firearms printing technology despite a Justice Department settlement of a lawsuit earlier this summer. The lawsuit, filed […]

SAF Lawsuit Challenging Michigan Foster Parents ‘Safe Storage’ Requirement Allowed to Proceed

Press release: FEDERAL JUDGE ALLOWS SAF LAWSUIT TO PROCEED AGAINST MICHIGAN DHHS BELLEVUE, WA – A federal district court judge in Michigan has allowed a Second Amendment Foundation lawsuit against the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services to move forward, challenging the agency’s requirement that foster parents keep firearms and ammunition locked up, so […]

Defense Distributed, Sued By 21 States, Appeals for Help to Continue the Fight

If you’re a regular reader, you’re familiar with the saga of Cody Wilson’s Defense Distributed and their years-long battle to make files for producing their 3-D printed firearms available online. After finally settling with the Justice Department, they were cleared to distribute the files beginning August 1. But a last minute restraining order put up another […]

SAF, Partners File For Preliminary Injunction in California Registration Case

Press release: SAF, PARTNERS SEEK PRELIMINARY INJUNCTION IN CALIFORNIA CASE BELLEVUE, WA – Attorneys for the Second Amendment Foundation and three other advocacy groups have filed an amended complaint against California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, seeking a preliminary injunction to prevent enforcement of a new law restricting possession of so-called “bullet button assault weapons” because […]

If You Try To Defy Washington’s Preemption Law, Expect to Be Sued

“It is clear to us that a handful of cities are trying desperately to erode Washington’s long-standing preemption law. Their goal is to discourage citizens from exercising their rights under the state and federal constitutions by financial intimidation. The city council clearly understands preemption, but went ahead with this ordinance, anyway, undoubtedly knowing it would […]

Second Amendment Foundation, Calguns Foundation File for Supreme Court Review of 9th Circuit CA 10-Day Waiting Period Decision

A press release just issued by The Calguns Foundation: WASHINGTON, D.C. (September 1, 2017)­­­­­­ – Today, two individuals and two Second Amendment civil rights advocacy groups filed a petition for certiorari in the case of Silvester, et al. v. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra asking the United States Supreme Court to review and overturn a wrongly-decided […]