Activists argue against further delay of D.C. gun ruling

by Spencer Hsu, The Washington Post  |  published on August 4, 2014

Gun rights advocates say a federal judge’s ruling striking down D.C.’s ban on carrying handguns in public should not be put on hold beyond the current 90-day delay.

U.S. District Judge Frederick J. Scullin Jr. last week gave plaintiffs until today to argue why he should not further extend the stay on his July 26 ruling, which found the city’s gun law unconstitutional. Scullin already put the ruling on hold for about three months so officials could rewrite the law or seek an appeal, but the government wants additional time.

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