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Ruling or not, you will never see a shall-issue law in Massachusetts. And if it ever does happen, Massachusetts will be the very last state to do it.
Ok I’ll end it with this. This is not unique to the Rmv. Let’s talk about the DPS or FMCSA. Their online systems are just as f***ed. My point is you putting trust into them getting it right is surprising to say the least.Ok. Lets not compare the RMV and their 700 different BS processes with a single process to get an LTC.
It couldn't. It wouldn't.
Not until a future decision is made. Some of which are in the wings.Maybe mag limits. But it only refers to handguns and self defense.
If there is any way around this, Massachusetts will find it.It just became shall issue, that was decided today.
Also, as bad as Massachusetts is on carry licenses, NY, NJ, the populated counties of CA, all Hawaii, etc are MUCH worse.
NJ has about 40k conceal carry licenses and those are all politically connected people, former cops, etc. Massachusetts has 500k and it’s a smaller state. Hawaii hasn’t issued a single one in over a decade. Etc.
Andrew Jackson said:“Marshall made his decision, now let him enforce it.”
LOL ... it doesn't matter what the Gov or Mayor agree with, they can cry all they want.Does anyone really think that NY will follow the Supreme Court ? The governor and mayor D-bag said that they don't agree with it and will follow the lead of the WH when it comes to stay in Mexico. Sure it was ruled on but it's a toothless tiger at this point.
What was that case? How did it end up?Yeah but at least there is a decision stopping them from simply expanding this across the board. If I recall Longmeadow MA tried to outlaw carrying in all public places including roads.
How so?This also puts to bed any insurance laws to own guns!