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SAF wins again

First:

The Second Amendment Foundation is asking the federal court to force the District of Columbia to abide by a May 18 ruling requiring the city to drop its requirement to show a good reason before issuing concealed carry permits, or find the city in contempt.

And then:

The federal district court judge handling the Second Amendment Foundations challenge to the District of Columbias good reason concealed carry permit requirement has denied the citys request for an immediate administrative stay of his ruling last week granting a preliminary injunction against further enforcement of the requirement.

They are now required to issue permits. And Gottlieb has some harsh words:

The Second Amendment Foundation is pleased that the court ruled immediately against the city and has forced them to start issuing carry permits, Gottlieb said. By now they should realize that when we say we will do everything in our legal power to force them to recognize that people have Second Amendment rights we mean it.

2 Responses to “SAF wins again”

  1. Like I Says:

    Bravo! I met Gottlieb at SHOT several years ago. Had a great time talking with him and hearing some anecdotes from him about gun rights.

  2. Lyle Says:

    Nice.

    “…when we say we will do everything in our legal power to force them to recognize that people have Second Amendment rights we mean it.”

    Too bad we don’t have more politicians with the same attitude– “Everything within our legal power” would go a bit farther, as including the legal powder to eventually have some of the anti-constitutional perpetrators arrested for their criminal behavior.