Bonidy v. United State Postal Service

MOTION HEARING TRANSCRIPT OF PROCEEDINGS

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“Well, on the allegations of the plaintiffs here, they live in the mountains, outside of Avon, Colorado. They don’t receive postal service at their home; therefore, to get their mail they drive to Avon and to the post office there. As I understand it, the post office there has adjacent to it a public parking lot, but it’s under the ownership and control of the Postal Service, and the regulation that is involved in the case prohibits a firearm, carrying or having possession of a firearm, anywhere on this property, which includes the parking lot. And the plaintiffs say that this impinges on their rights protected by the Second Amendment.”

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Published In: Civil Rights Updates

Reference Info:Federal, 10th Circuit, Colorado | United States