# Gun laws
Revisiting the Deadliest Mass Shooting in American History
On 1 October 2017, people like you and I planned to enjoy a music festival with their friends and family, oblivious of what was waiting ahead of them. A deadly mass shooting of a continuous eleven minutes took place on the Las Vegas Strip in Nevada, leaving many dead and most injured. The Vegas incident scarred Americans such that no music festival has been held on Route 91 since the horrific 2017 mass shooting incident.
Georgia Music Festival Cancelled Due to Fears That Music Fans Would Bring Guns to the Event
Organizers of Atlanta's Music Midtown Festival took to Twitter on August 1 with an announcement that the event would be cancelled for 2022. In a year when many live music events were finally held once again after the global pandemic forced many events to be cancelled in 2020 and 2021, the news comes as a disappointment to Georgian music fans who had tickets.
Law stopping banks from ‘discrimination’ against gun companies could cost Texas over $300 million in borrowing costs
A law that is stopping banks across the country from "discrimination" against gun companies could potentially cost the state of Texas over $300 million per year in borrowing costs.
Wednesday in Portland: Portland Public Schools votes to ban concealed firearms on campuses & more
(Michael Loccisano/Getty Images) (PORTLAND, Ore.) Hello Portlanders! It's Wednesday, June 15 - Here's your daily round up of all the news happening in the City of Roses. 1. PPS Board votes 7-0 to ban concealed weapons on campuses.
Illinois Congressional candidate survived mass shooting, talks Uvalde shooting and sensible gun laws
Jacqueline McGowan a Democrat and Congressional candidate for the 17th district in Illinois shares her story of surviving a mass shooting when she was in high school after the Uvalde shooting that killed 19 students and two teachers. She also shares her pro second amendment approach to sensible gun legislation.
Opinion: Tuesday's school shooting kills 21 people & raises questions, should Missouri teachers be armed in classrooms?
On Tuesday, a former Uvalde High School student in Texas walked into Robb Elementary School and killed nineteen children and two school teachers in a classroom where he barricaded himself.
Calls mount for excessive gun control laws, with hundreds of Texas Republicans supporting gun reform
Residents of Texas, especially democrats, have continued to call for stringent gun control laws across the state, with some Republicans supporting gun reform laws. A stock photo of a high-angle view of a handgun with a gavel on an American Flag.Eduardo Gonzalez Diaz / Getty Images.