“A federal district court today entered a final judgment permanently blocking enforcement of Florida’s law barring health care professionals from asking patients if they own guns and have them stored properly,” sacbee.com reports. No wait. It’s a PR Newswire press release republished by The Sacramento Bee. Which explains why the text asserts that “These questions are a key element in the practice of preventive medicine.” Key? As in as important as diet and exercise? More important than [not] texting while driving? Just as important as swimming pool safety? Blah blah blah. It doesn’t matter. As TTAG pointed out before the legislation was passed, doctors’ discussions with their patients is none of the government’s god damn business. Fortunately, thanks to the free market for health care in the United States, gun-owning patients whose doctors get all squirrely about firearms can find another doctor. In theory. . .