Washington, D.C. Set to Lower Penalties for Carrying Without a Permit, Felon in Possession
By Dan Zimmerman
This is apparently what happens when rabidly anti-gun blue city governments come full circle. Washington, D.C., if you’ll remember, used to ban handgun ownership, even within the owner’s home. Lawfully owned long guns were required to be stored unloaded and either disassembled or “bound by a trigger lock.”
That, after all, is how we got the Heller decision.
My, how things have changed. We live in a time of “equity,” zero bail, non-prosecuted offenses, and decarceration.
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