In Florida, person facing unlawful deadly force or significant bodily harm was no longer required to retreat before defending themselves in public places.
Last week I received an email from one of my readers asking me my viewpoints on comparing a Voter ID to a Gun permit. She had come across an article I had written back in 2013
We brought this action on behalf of the plaintiffs to establish that the state’s restrictions on the possession and carrying of firearms by foster parents is unconstitutional under both the Second and Fourteenth amendments.
On 14 December, 2016, a three judge panel of the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals reversed the District Court ruling in Silvester v. Harris. The Ninth Circuit held that a 10 day waiting period was a “reasonable safety precaution”.
Portilla, for two years has single handedly blocked campus and open carry from becoming the law of the Sunshine State even though the State Senate is overwhelmingly pro gun.
In 2014, Guam passed a shall issue concealed carry bill to reform the existing “may issue” law. The chief proponent of the bill was Senator Anthony Ada. Senator Ada said that one of the reasons he pushed for the passage of the reform was the Peruta case in the Ninth Circuit.
A few weeks ago, SB2524 passed the Arizona legislature. If it had become law, and another state agreed to the compact, it would have prevented Arizona from enacting firearm transfer requirements that are more restrictive than federal law. Yesterday, 10 May, Governor Ducey vetoed the bill.
Exploiting the tragedy of a mass shooting, come the new year the 5th Amendment of the Constitution, specifically the part about due process, will be suspended for gun owners.