When professional medical organizations are on record saying their aims are to reduce firearms ownership, we cannot trust their guidance to be objective or impartial.
FOPA also precluded routine documentation of gun ownership, which is a worry of many firearm owners who wish no one to know these private matters. FOPA was meant to address such problems.
The 11th Circuit, en banc, has partly reversed a three judge panel ruling that held the Florida Firearms Owners’ Privacy Act to be Constitutional.
Twice now federal judges have ruled that the so-called “Docs & Glocks” law does not violate First Amendment free speech rights of doctors and medical personnel.
For the 2nd time, a federal court upheld a controversial Florida law, docs vs glocks , that restricts doctors from asking questions & recording information about patients’ gun ownership..