July 16, 2008
The New York Times reports:
The District of Columbia Council approved new firearms legislation that will allow residents to begin applying for handgun permits this week. The Council’s unanimous vote comes as officials try to comply with last month’s Supreme Court ruling that struck down the city’s 32-year-old ban on handguns. The emergency legislation will allow handguns to be kept in the home if they are used only for self-defense and carry fewer than 12 rounds of ammunition.
In other words, still no Second Amendment in the District of Criminals.
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