Friday, December 13, 2013

Federal judge orders Nebraska to stop enforcing old carry law

After an agreement was reached between gun rights groups and the Nebraska attorney general’s office, a federal judge ordered the state to stop enforcing a law that prohibited non-citizens from getting concealed carry permits, the Associated Press reported.

 The case had been brought by the Second Amendment Foundation and Nebraska Firearms Owners Association on behalf of Carlos Nino De Rivera Lajous, a Mexican national. A resident of Lincoln since 1990, De Rivera Lajous got a permanent resident visa in 1991 and during the ensuing years he has earned three associated degrees from Central Community College in Hastings.

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