Gun haters got all atwitter when they saw a tweet with two Republican lawmakers in Washington, D.C., holding an AR-15 decorated with an American flag pattern. Read why they needed to do a little research before snarking…
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The city of Washington, D.C. has dropped its appeal of the Palmer v. District of Columbia case, which forced the city to adopt a carry permitting structure. See our coverage of this important gun-rights case.
Washington, D.C. has issued only eight gun-carry permits, prompting gun-rights organizations to complain that the permitting process is too restrictive and still unconstitutional.
A D.C. district court has told the Department of Justice to hand over an index of documents it has withheld from Congress in the Fast and Furious gun-running scandal. Deadline: Oct. 1.
The Palmer decision declared the District of Columbia’s ban on carry “unconstitutional.” However, don’t assume you can just walk in from another state with your sidearm, rifle, or shotgun in tow.