Ken Hanson: Concealed carry: Why the uproar? | The Columbus Dispatch
April 8, 2012, marked the anniversary of a law that affects the lives of more than 270,000 Buckeyes.
Ohio’s concealed-handgun license law turned 8 years old on that Sunday afternoon.
Notably absent from the festivities were blood in the streets, Wild West reenactments and an epidemic of accidental gun injuries. To understand the significance of this event and why today it seems completely unremarkable, simply Google “Ohio concealed carry 2003” and prepare to be astonished.
A lot of New Yorkers are watching how the Maryland case turns out, a federal court ruled "may issue" is a violation of the constitution...
This could make it so those "administrative restrictions" on all NYS pistol permits are unenforceable... <3 and we're not held at the mercy of the sitting judge on applications for amendments (to purchase after already holding a valid NYS Pistol Permit).
Yes folks, in NYS depending on the county you live in , a judge can determine you can't buy the gun you just paid for... even after you've already attained and currently hold a valid NYS Pistol Permit.
Come on Scotus, some of us are long overdue for redemption and reinstatement of Constitutional Rights.