Mishaga v. Grau

Order Denying Motion to Dismiss


Mishaga alleges that the ISP’s refusal to issue a FOID Card to her violates her constitutional right to bear arms and to travel. She seeks declaratory and injunctive relief against the Director to declare the Act to be unconstitutional and to enjoin its enforcement. The Director moves to dismiss.

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Published In: Civil Rights Updates

Reference Info:Decision | Federal, 7th Circuit, Illinois | United States

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