DC Gunban Revisited

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After the historic decision by the Supreme Court a month ago, plaintiff Dick Heller is at it again.  He is suing the District of Columbia because of their definitions of semi-automatic weapons and some of the general restrictions.

This is a continuation of the struggle the courts have been dealing with for decades...Constitutional Rights vs. general safety of the Citizenry.  I'm indifferent on the gun bans.  I recognize the rights that are granted in the Constitution and find some of the arguments the District put forth in the first case very interesting.  In particular, the thought that the Founding Fathers had wanted the People to be able to form militias if necessary.

More fascination will come forth as this case comes to the courts.

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