Court Denies Injunction in Corps Case

In GCO’s case against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers’ ban on carrying firearms on their property, the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia, Judge Harold Murphy presiding, has denied GCO’s motion for a preliminary injunction. In ruling on the motion, Judge Murphy said that Corps property is a “sensitive place,” and that the Corps’ regulation does not burden the Second Amendment right. The order may be found here.


One Response to “Court Denies Injunction in Corps Case”

  1. PCobb Says:

    reading the decision “sensitive place” let me assume there’s a huge portion of arbitrarily law – decision making out there…. so my denstist might be a sensitive place by tomorrow … even for me the law and the subsequently off places where even clear for me