Delaware Supreme Court Sides with Public Housing Tenants on the Right to Bear Arms

| November 5, 2014

Delaware Supreme Court Sides with Public Housing Tenants on the Right to Bear Arms

On March 18, the Delaware Supreme Court struck a blow for gun rights, and against economic discrimination, when it struck down a Wilmington Housing Authority policy that restricted the rights of public housing tenants to bear arms where they live. The court ruled in the case ofJane Doe v. Wilmington Housing Authority that under the state’s constitutional right to arms provision, policies restricting residents from carrying firearms in common areas and requiring tenants to produce paperwork attesting to their lawful ownership of firearms were not permissible.

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Originally posted at http://www.nraila.org/

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