There's a lawsuit in Denver against the USPS by a husband and wife based on violation of 2A rights. The USPS, naturally, argued to a judge that it should be tossed out. The judge said, nope, it's valid and is allowing it to continue.
Edit: The most recent action in the case was months ago, but as I recall the rep from the USPS said something like, our customers have to feel safe when they come to the Post Office. Yeah right, their customers except those that can legally carry and have to leave their fireams in their vehicles, which is exactly what the husband argued. The judge must have thought the husband had a valid point; he gave the green light and allowed the lawsuit to go forward.
Last edited by CA Escapee; 10-11-2012 at 07:05..
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