A New York Times article, 1/6/20: “An Overlooked Danger: School Shootings After Hours,” by Mitch Smith and Denise Lu, referred us to this “K – 12 School Shooting Database.”
You can find the U.S. Supreme Court’s opinion in Printz v. United States online using just about any search engine, for example, Google Scholar. (Make sure you click on Legal Documents if you want cases.)
You can also use other free legal research online resources.
Link to report from FGI: “Gun Control Legislation,” by William J. Krouse, Specialist in Domestic Security and Crime Policy, Congressional Research Service, RL32842 (November 14, 2012)
How does your member of Congress know what to think about complex issues?
Members of Congress, and their staff members, have access to CRS Reports and many, many other sources of information, thanks to the expert research services of the Library of Congress. Members of Congress also receive briefings and reports from administrative agencies, colleagues, PACs, nonprofits, advocacy groups, and individuals who write or telephone their elected officials.
This question usually comes to the law librarian in this form:
Is it legal (lawful) to own and use a personal stun gun (or taser) in Oregon?
But related questions may include the following the following:
(Note: An ECD is an Electronic Control Device)