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  1. Because if you aren't invited (and don't have a CCL and there's no sign), it's a UUW.
  2. By posting the "no carry" sign, the owner makes it illegal for everyone to carry. So, yes, the owner has determined that no one may carry.
  3. Wasn't that one of the anti-2A bills last year? Applicants, including renewals, had to apply at ISP offices. Online was to be eliminated. Now they've made you think it was YOUR idea.
  4. Andrzejewski (the cop) filed an appeal with the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals on 24 August. He's being represented by the corporate counsel of the City of Waterbury. Whichever side loses, the next step is the US Supreme Court. I think I'd love to see Andrzejewski and the City of Waterbury try, but I can easily imagine every police union in the country trying to talk them off the ledge if they do. CA2 Case Docket Unfortunately, case documents are not free to download.
  5. Intermediate scrutiny: The government has to show that a law actually accomplishes its intended purpose. The Federal District Court is saying that the law prohibiting otherwise legal carry does not pass intermediate scrutiny. The logical conundrum is that the government could argue that the law prohibiting otherwise legal carry is exactly why otherwise legal carriers aren't committing violent crimes in the forest preserve. Because we're obeying the law, we aren't committing violent crimes. Thus the law works as intended. A stronger argument would be to ask how many legal carriers commit violent crimes outside the forest preserves, where the prohibition does not exist. A similar case in Delaware a few years ago asked an even better question: Could the state show how many illegal carriers decided not to commit violent crimes upon seeing the sign prohibiting firearms in the park? (Hint: It couldn't.)
  6. One of the relaxed requirements during the state of emergency is that certificates for renewal classes don't have to be uploaded until after the state of emergency ends. You still have to take a renewal class. You still have to upload the certificate. Eventually.
  7. I open stuff in other windows all the time without error. 5xx errors are server errors. They should be completely independent of whatever you're doing with your browser. 500 is the code for "unspecified" server error. IOW the server is saying, "Oops, something bad happened, but I don't know what." If there's an error log on the server, it might be worth looking at it.
  8. Civil and criminal asset forfeiture already exists. No extra laws are required. No court orders are required. IMO the laws are already too broad to allow police seizures. But if the city thinks some assets are derived from proceeds of a crime, that's all it needs. Lawsuits would instruments for a press circus only.
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