Why don't we just throw those people in jail "just in case"? That would probably save a lot of lives, too."It certainly has not been abused. It may be underutilized," Ron Pinciaro, co-executive director of Connecticut Against Gun Violence, told the Waterbury Republican American. "The bottom line from our perspective is, it may very well have saved lives."
Well, it's about time they did something worthwhile.What surprises me is that the ACLU is stepping in in defense of gun owners!
Well, it's about time they did something worthwhile.
This might be a result of DC v. Heller, which essentially affirmed that 2A falls under incorporation to the States. Not having that was their original justification for not addressing it. Hopefully we'll see a lot more of the ACLU protecting gun owners in the future.