Another win for the Second Amendment!
The stun gun ban in New Jersey is coming to an end, as the state’s attorney general has agreed to lift the restrictions after a federal judge ruled the ban to be unconstitutional.
U.S. District Judge Michael A. Shipp filed a consent order on Tuesday that directs the state to draft new stun gun regulations “consistent with public safety and the Second Amendment” within 180 days.
The ruling came as a result of New Jersey man Mark Cheeseman and the New Jersey Second Amendment Society challenging the state law that allowed only police officers to carry stun guns.
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