Florida – -(Ammoland.com)- In 2011, at the urging of the NRA and Unified Sportsmen of Florida, the Florida Legislature passed HB-155 by Rep. Jason Brodeur & Sen. Greg Evers to stop doctors from interrogating patients about gun ownership.
And prevent them from entering gun ownership information into medical databases — thereby creating a defacto database of gun owners.
Simply put, physicians interrogating and lecturing parents and children about guns is not about gun safety. It is a political agenda to ban guns.
Parents do not take their children to physicians for a political lecture against the ownership of firearms, they go there for medical care.
The final version of the bill which passed both the House and Senate by over 2/3 vote.
However, numerous national level organizations (known to be anti-gun) filed a lawsuit to stop enforcement of the new law and the legal battle has now spanned 4 years. The latest ruling issued yesterday by the 11th District Court of Appeals upheld the law .
View the news report that is reprinted with permission: Docs vs. Glocks Doctor-Patient Gun Law Upheld By Appeals Court, Again
Marion P. Hammer is past president of the National Rifle Association …read more