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Old April 12th, 2018, 06:51 PM #1
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New Maryland Wear and Carry Lawsuit

NRA-ILA, MSRPA bring a new lawsuit against G&S.

The lawsuit, Brian Kirk Malpasso and Maryland State Rifle and Pistol Association v. William M. Pallozzi, challenges Maryland’s requirement that a citizen show “good and substantial” reason to obtain a concealed carry permit. Because of this requirement, Maryland residents must prove they are under some extraordinary imminent threat in order to be granted a permit. This effectively bans most citizens from exercising their Second Amendment rights outside of their homes.

https://www.nraila.org/articles/2018...ryland-lawsuit
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Good to see.

I had a good conversation along these lines yesterday with a couple guys yesterday, who were familiar with the W&C difficulties here, but didn't realize the depths of the issue.
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Unfortunately, my dues and donations will help to fund the litigation, and my taxes will pay to fund the defense of the litigation. Happy to see this though.
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This needs to happen. Can't wait to see what Frosh has to say. He is a funny little fella
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Unfortunately, my dues and donations will help to fund the litigation, and my taxes will pay to fund the defense of the litigation. Happy to see this though.
Your dues goes to NRA, not NRA-ILA, so they don't fund any lawsuits.

If your donations are specifically to NRA-ILA, then they go to fund the lawsuits, if not, then no they don't.

If you want to support NRA-ILA lawsuits the donations need to be made specifically to NRA-ILA.
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Great to see.

But how is this expected to be a different outcome than the Woollard vs Sheridan case? In that case 4th Circuit said that G&S was a permissible burden under intermediate scrutiny.
Why would this case be expected to result in a different outcome?
Other circuits have come to different conclusions on the same matter including the District of Columbia. Permits are Shall Issue there now.

Not trying to be negative - just trying to understand what might be different now.
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Your dues goes to NRA, not NRA-ILA, so they don't fund any lawsuits.

If your donations are specifically to NRA-ILA, then they go to fund the lawsuits, if not, then no they don't.

If you want to support NRA-ILA lawsuits the donations need to be made specifically to NRA-ILA.
Yup, thanks for the clarification. Donations only, which I make...not NRA or MSRPA dues.
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DBlas, thanks for the heads up. Glad to see it.

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Great to see.

But how is this expected to be a different outcome than the Woollard vs Sheridan case? In that case 4th Circuit said that G&S was a permissible burden under intermediate scrutiny.
Why would this case be expected to result in a different outcome?
Other circuits have come to different conclusions on the same matter including the District of Columbia. Permits are Shall Issue there now.

Not trying to be negative - just trying to understand what might be different now.
The whole point of the suit, like the NJ and NY suits, is to set up the circuit conflict for SCT review, not to win in the 4th Circuit, which is bound by Woollard.
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This needs to happen. Can't wait to see what Frosh has to say. He is a funny little fella
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