Philly Court Upholds City’s Gun Building Ban

Philadelphia’s total ban on private gun making will go into place. That’s the result of a local judge’s decision not to issue a permanent injunction against it despite requests from a gun-rights group.

Court of Common Please Judge Joshua H. Roberts said on Monday neither state law prohibiting local gun regulations, nor the Pennsylvania state constitution explicitly blocked the city’s move to ban unlicensed gun building.

“[T]he Court concludes that because the [state’s Uniform Firearms Act (UFA)] does not completely preempt the field of firearm regulation; and the local regulation does not seek to regulate an activity specified in the UFA, the Plaintiffs’ right to relief is not clear,” Judge Roberts wrote.
Source: The Reload
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