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Indiana ruling upholds decision to reject gun suit
| 18 March, 2013
Posted on 03/18/2013 1:01:43 PM PDT by marktwain
HAMMOND, Ind. The losing attorney in a case over Hammond gun-control ordinances vowed to take the matter to the Indiana Supreme Court after a state appeals court upheld a ruling that two area residents weren't adversely impacted by the restrictions because they're moot under Indiana law.
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TOPICS: Constitution/Conservatism; Government; News/Current Events; US: Indiana
KEYWORDS: banglist; court; guncontrol; in; preemption; secondamendment
I can see that the ordinances are moot. Still, doesn't it do harm to the public to leave them on the books? Are not people likely to read them and believe that they are enforceable?
posted on 03/18/2013 1:01:43 PM PDT
Gary-Hammond-East Chicago is a pretty good sized urban area near the Illinois crime belt. I’d trust the locals to know what laws are or are not still applicable ~ particularly rules regarding gun possession and use.
posted on 03/18/2013 1:15:03 PM PDT
Nice try playing by the rules, Guy. Now it's time to go with the felony Official misconduct and racketeering lawsuits against Hammond.
posted on 03/18/2013 4:32:54 PM PDT
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