Annapolis Maryland Repeals Unconstitutional Ban on Electronic Arms
City of Annapolis Repeals Unconstitutional Ban on Electronic Arms Following FPC, FPF Second Amendment Legal Challenge.
ANNAPOLIS, MD and SACRAMENTO, CA — -(Ammoland.com)- The City Council of Annapolis, Maryland, responded to a federal Second Amendment civil rights lawsuit backed by Firearms Policy Coalition (FPC) and Firearms Policy Foundation (FPF) by passing an ordinance repealing its total ban on the possession and carry of electronic arms, like Tasers and ‘stun guns’, in a special meeting last night. The ordinance was passed unanimously and the ban was repealed immediately following the vote.
“We’re pleased that the City of Annapolis responded to our lawsuit by repealing its unconstitutional ban on electronic arms,” said Brandon Combs, president of the Coalition and chairman of the Foundation.
“Law-abiding Annapolis residents and visitors now have a means of self-defense should they be unable to carry a handgun due to the State of Maryland’s unconstitutional and burdensome carry license scheme.”
Annapolis City Attorney Mike Leahy was reported by the Capital Gazette as saying yesterday that, “Because of the lawsuit brought by this resident and foundation for gun rights, it is rather clear that it …Read the Rest