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Old April 12th, 2018, 08:37 PM #21
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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
Good news! Glad NRA and MSPRA picked up the shall issue ball in Maryland.
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Is there a new argument to be made that gets past wollard’s intermediate scrutiny ( the law advances a substantial state interest, such as safety)? Hasn’t the sct refused to hear this case from california very recently? Or, is it being set up for the 3-4 year timing to get thru the appeals and ask a more friendly sup ct to consider granting cert and hearing it?
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Old April 12th, 2018, 08:44 PM #23
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good luck!

hopefully 2nd time is the charm.
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If I understand your response the point is to lose in 4th Circuit-land and keep appealing until it is possible to request for certiorari to SCOTUS? Combined with other circuit splits might they might be more inclined to take the case this time and resolve the split.
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That is basically correct. Of course, the 4th is free to go en banc and overrule the Woollard panel. And pigs will fly when that happens. So, the plan is to lose in the 4th and file a petition for cert based on the circuit conflict with Wrenn. Makes sense.
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Hasn't a split already been done via Woollard?

edit: saw IronEye's response... expensive. what's the odds of SCOTUS decision on carry?
Not that expensive. The plaintiffs expect to lose fast in district court and the court of appeals. So it is basically the cost of a cert petition.
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Isn't it up to 45 states now that have shall issue or constitutional carry? Would be nice if Maryland got out of the dark ages...
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Hogan most upset by this lawsuit.


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Good news! Glad NRA and MSPRA picked up the shall issue ball in Maryland.


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