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U.S. District Judge Stephanie A. Gallagher dismissed a challenge to the Anne Arundel County regulation in a 31-page ruling.
Two-thirds of gunshot victims in America make it home. For child victims of domestic gun violence, those outcomes are flipped.
Canna Zoned promised a shooting victim easy money if she applied for a dispensary license through an Illinois social equity program.
A federal judge said the requirements violated the Second Amendment because “no handgun available in the world” has all the features.
An estimated 90 of the state’s 102 county sheriffs signed on to a letter declaring their constitutional authority.
The DOJ argues that the 5th Circuit was “profoundly mistaken.”
It’s more about the transformation of the American political landscape than the president himself.
The updated data includes figures from thousands more police departments, though the agency acknowledges that it’s still incomplete.
How courts interpret history remains to be seen.
It might be a political maneuver.
Lawmakers are wary of passing legislation that could be overturned in court.
Without exact figures, it’s difficult to separate fact from fiction.
A DOJ investigation found that the department routinely practices “an aggressive style of policing” against vulnerable groups.
The state has a troubled history with extremist paramilitary groups.
The agency issues the orders when a buyer is found potentially ineligible.