"Heller II" Dismissed By D.C. Court

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District Judge Ricardo M. Urbina, of the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, dismissed Heller v. D.C. (not to be confused with the 2008 D.C. v. Heller case with the same plaintiff), challenging the district's prohibitive firearm registration requirements, and its bans on "assault weapons" and "large capacity ammunition feeding devices" since the blanket ban in D.C. was lifted by the first Heller decision. Attorney Stephen Halbrook speaks with Cam Edwards about the absurd regulations that burden prospective gun owners in the Capital including 3-year registry expirations, fingerprinting, ballistic tests and restrictions for the vision-impaired among others. "Constitutional rights shouldn't be treated this way," says Halbrook, asserting that they will likely appeal this disappointing decision.