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Gun Owners File Federal Lawsuit to Overturn Post Office Gun Ban

by Sonia Park
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Two Texans, supported by the Second Amendment Foundation, have filed a federal lawsuit seeking to overturn the longstanding ban on carrying firearms in U.S. Post Offices. The suit challenges the current regulations that prohibit guns in these federal facilities, arguing that the ban infringes on Second Amendment rights.

The lawsuit, spearheaded by the Second Amendment Foundation's attorney William Sack, represents two individuals who are directly impacted by the ban. One of the plaintiffs, who works a job involving money orders, faces a significant inconvenience under the current rules. He is unable to carry his firearm when cashing money. . .

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