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- Some Connecticut police refusing to enforce AW law
Tyler Jackson has emailed me an interesting story, soon to apper online (I’ll link to it once it does)– the gist is that the head of the Connecticut Peace Officers’ Assn has released an open letter s …
- 9th Circuit website on Peruta v. San Diego
The Ninth has created its own webpage devoted to Peruta, which struck down California’s “may issue” for concealed carry, combined with its complete ban on handgun open carry. …
- Richards case reversed
CalGuns Foundation’s press release notes the event. This is their and SAF’s suit against the sheriff of Yolo County, over restrictive “may issue” permit policies. The 9th Circuit (same panel as in the …