TZP Column: Post Office Gun Ban

Post Office Gun Ban Struck Down
Federal Judge Kathryn Kimball Mizelle, of the Middle District of Florida, ruled that the ban on firearm possession in post offices is unconstitutional, in US v. Ayala. She cites the BRUEN test of general, historical legal tradition.

Mizelle gave the government multiple chances to present some evidence of such historical tradition. The best they could do?

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One thought on “TZP Column: Post Office Gun Ban”

  1. Somehow I doubt this opinion will have a major effect on the USPS ban on firearms on their property. I guarantee that if you are caught carrying at the Post Office even after this ruling you WILL be arrested and charged. Bureaucrats tend to ignore court decisions unless smacked around and threatened.

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