Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) has prepared an overview of the legal activity that GOF engaged in during 2015.
GOF was involved in over a dozen Second Amendment cases -- from challenging the machine gun ban to tackling waiting periods.
On May 16, Maryland filed its Appellee’s Brief in Hamilton v. Pallozzi. Maryland devotes a few sentences of its brief, as well as an extended footnote, to addressing the full faith and credit argument we raised in our amicus brief.
On November 2, Gun Owners Foundation filed in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit an amicus brief in support of a challenge to the federal machine gun ban, ironically passed as part of the 1986 Firearm Owners Protection Act.
Today, the Gun Owners Foundation legal team filed comments opposing the United States Postal Service’s “Proposed New Standards Prohibit the Mailing of Replica or Inert Munitions.” (See 73 Fed. Reg. 12321.) The new rule proposes to declare as nonmailable “[r]eplica or inert munitions.”
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