Menendez invited the media to the Essex County Firearms Training Center to hear what an AR-15 sounds like when fired indoors.
Attorney General Chiesa Reacts to Sports Betting Ruling, Elaborates on Child Pornography Arrests and Gun Buybacks
A federal ruling sided with the NCAA and the country’s four largest sports leagues and the U.S. Justice Department in finding a federal ban on sports gambling was constitutional and superseded state ...
Frank Fiamingo, President of the New Jersey Second Amendment Society, says the latest round of legislation will do nothing to reduce crime, but will instead further restrict law abiding individuals.
Attorney General Jeffrey Chiesa announced that Montclair took in the most guns in the buyback with 716.
Former New Jersey Attorney General Peter Harvey says making assault weapons unavailable would give law enforcement officials a better chance of catching criminals before a violent act.
Many officials have called for stricter gun control laws. But gun rights advocates like Assemblyman Michael Patrick Carroll (R-25) remain steadfastly opposed to new regulation.