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A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed. – 2nd Amendment

“Applying the analysis set forth in District of Columbia v. Heller, 554 U.S. 570 (2008), the panel then held that it did not need to apply a particular standard of heightened scrutiny to the San Diego policy because the “good cause” restriction amounted to a destruction of the Second Amendment right altogether. The panel concluded that San Diego County’s “good cause” permitting requirement impermissibly infringed on the Second Amendment right to bear arms in lawful self-defense.”  – Judge O’’Scannlain, 9th Circuit Court

When a San Diego man wanted a Concealed Weapons Permit in San Diego, the local Sheriff told him “Nope.” The case made its way to the 9th Circuit Court where Heller and McDonald came into play in striking down California’s “good cause” requirement.

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About Dave

Talk Show host, lifelong Baseball and Star Trek fan, US Navy Submariner and Fire Control Technician (Ballistic Missile) 1st Class Petty Officer (Submarine Qualified), Dave is married with four daughters, one son, two sons-in-law and two grandchildren plus one on the way. He resides quietly in Manteca, CA, where he records his podcast, Plausibly Live, three days a week. He also writes for several other blogs and as a "Stay at home Dad" plays a lot of games with his son. Dave loves books, history and is learning to weld and drive a forklift. Just for fun. Dave is also a Life Member of the Disabled American Veterans and a Member of the US Submarine Veterans.

Posted on March 2, 2014, in 2nd Amendment, Podcast and tagged , , . Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.

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