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Injunction Issued Against Massachusetts, Gov. Baker's Order Closing Gun Stores
  Posted May 7th, 2020 04:37 pm

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Today, United States District Court Judge Douglas P. Woodlock issued an injunction against bans on the operation of firearm and ammunition retailers imposed by Massachusetts Governor Charlie Baker and others. The case was brought by individuals seeking to purchase firearms and ammunition, retailers, and advocacy organizations Second Amendment Foundation (SAF), Commonwealth Second Amendment (Comm2A), and Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC). A copy of the lawsuit and order can be found at FPCLegal.org.

"We are elated that Judge Woodlock has ordered an injunction against Governor Baker and others so that law-abiding individuals can once again purchase firearms and ammunition," said Adam Kraut, FPC's Director of Legal Strategy. "The citizens of Massachusetts have been deprived of their right to acquire arms for defense of hearth and home for too long during a time where it is most critical."

"State and local governments cannot suspend the Constitution and its guarantee of fundamental human rights," FPC President Brandon Combs said. "Individuals have a human right to acquire firearms and ammunition for self-defense, and the need for self-defense is especially important during uncertain times. This important victory means people in the Bay State can exercise their right to keep and bear arms."

https://www.firearmspolicy.org/injunction-issued-ma-gov-baker

Injunction Issued Against Massachusetts, Gov. Baker's Order Closing Gun Stores