Are 'Smart Gun' Laws Constitutional? - A "smart gun," if you have not yet heard, is a firearm that uses some type of technology -- fingerprint recognition, etc. -- to ensure that it cannot fire unless it is being held by an authorized user. In 2002, New Jersey passed a law saying that once smart handguns become commercially available in the U.S., three years later gun stores won't be allowed to sell anything else.
Christie's Anti-Gun Positions Pose Problem in New Hampshire - Christie has a long record of favoring gun control, noting Christie claimed that "no one needs a semiautomatic assault weapon," and ''we already have too many firearms in our communities." He also quoted Christie as saying he promised to fight "weakening" of New Jersey gun laws.