Appeals Court Blocks DC’s Concealed-Carry Law Based on Second Amendment

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On Tuesday, a federal appeals court dismantled the restrictive District of Columbia gun-control measure requiring gun owners to prove they need a concealed carry permit!

Based on the fact that currently, D.C. requires citizens to show “good reason” in order to obtain a concealed carry permit, the U.S. Court of Appeals has blocked the regulation, saying it restricts an enumerated right.

The 2-1 decision is a huge win for not only D.C. residents, but for the Second Amendment itself – with the court essentially calling these regulations infringements on the Constitutional right to keep and bear arms!

The Washington Post reports: