Maryland’s “May Issue” Gun Regulations Under the Gun

“We have reviewed Maryland gun laws and concluded none of them are so stringent as to violate the Second Amendment.” Say sayeth Raquel Guillory, PR flack for Maryland Attorney General Douglas F. Gansler. Under Maryland law, a resident may receive a handgun permit if he or she “Has, based on the results of investigation, a good and substantial reason to carry a handgun, including a finding that the permit is necessary as a reasonable precaution against apprehended danger.” That’s not good enough for the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), who’ve filed a lawsuit against MD and its licensing officers for denying Raymond Woollard a handgun permit. The citizen journalists at examiner.com provide the 411 on Mr. Woollard’s case . . .

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“We have reviewed Maryland gun laws and concluded none of them are so stringent as to violate the Second Amendment.” Say sayeth Raquel Guillory, PR flack for Maryland Attorney General…

SAF Sues Westchester (NY) Over “May Issue” Concealed Carry

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Alan Gura is at it again. The lawyer who helped win the Heller and McDonald cases in the U.S. Supreme Court—striking down handgun bans in both cities—has filed a federal lawsuit…

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