The issue isn’t being tested in a ghetto or other high crime area. A federal court in Denver has allowed two residents of one of the wealthiest regions in the nation to file a constitutional challenge to a ban on possession of guns in either post offices or their parking lots.
No, there have been no claims that it is particularly dangerous in the Vail or neighboring Avon, home of two of the nation’s richest gated communities.
The lawsuit, filed by Debbie and Tab Bonidy, and supported by the National Association for Gun Rights and Mountain States Legal Foundation, mentions the right of self-defense but it is clear it is the right of unlimited gun possession that is at stake.
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