June 30, 2017 by JAKE MACAULAY
Fox News recently reported, “After postponing the order multiple times, the nation’s highest court rejected a review of Peruta v. California. In the case, gun rights activists argued that a ‘good cause’ requirement on concealed carry permits is too restrictive.”
At issue, in this case, is concealed carry and whether a county can define “good cause” to carry a weapon outside of one’s home as strictly as some California counties — specifically San Diego — do.
According to the San Diego Sheriff’s Department, that “good cause” must be more specific than just a general concern for wellbeing; a person must list a precise fear, such as domestic violence or carrying a large amount of money.
A three-judge panel found the San Diego County Sheriff’s policy unconstitutional but was reversed by the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals. Since the Supreme Court did not take the case…
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