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The Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania reversed a ruling in December in which the Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery Count denied a motion for a preliminary injunction against an ordinance that prohibits the carrying or discharging of firearms in a park without a special permit.  

Firearm Owners Against Crime (FOAC) president Kim Stolfer and Joseph Abramson appealed the lower court ruling.

 

“This ruling is long overdue and builds upon the 1996 Ortiz PA Supreme Court decision that the statewide constitutional concerns embodied in Article 1, Section 21 and 25 of the PA Constitution are important as is the constitutional precept of ‘equal protections,’” Stolfer told the Pennsylvania Record.

 

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Stolfer said Lower Merion Township has the potential next move in the case.

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