Bonidy v. United State Postal Service



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

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