Washingtonians Who Use Drugs CAN Own Firearms in New Ruling
A decades-old law which prohibited drug users from owning firearms has been ruled as unconstitutional this week by a federal appeals court.
The three-judge panel on the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals concluded that the federal law violated a Mississippi man's right to keep and bear arms under the U.S. Constitution's Second Amendment.
In fact, there are now far more states with constitutional carry laws that ones with prohibitive (and more than likely unconstitutional) gun laws like Washington State. Many magazine bans have already been overturned, as well as bans on semi-automatic rifles and pistols.
This is yet another huge victory for the FPC (Firearms Policy Coalition) and freedom loving Constitutionalists across our great Republic. The Firearms Policy Coalition is a consortium of over a million people organized to achieve maximal human liberty including the inalienable, fundamental, and individual right to keep and bear arms.
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