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A Response on DOJ's Reaction to Medical Marijuana Patients

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Published on 25 Sep 2022 / In News and Politics

Washington Gun Law President, William Kirk, sits down with Florida attorney, Dan Russell, counsel for Nikki Fried, who is one of the many plaintiffs in the matter of Fried v. Garland. This suit aims to abolish DOJ/ATF's position that medical marijuana patients do not qualify to either purchase or possess a firearm as they are considered too dangerous. Question 21e, if answered in the affirmative, will disqualify anyone for a firearm purchase. However, lying on a Form 4473 also constitutes felony conduct. So should a lawful and responsible American have to make the choice of following their doctors advice, or keeping the God given right of self-defense? When you walk into your doctor's office with your Second Amendment rights in tact, should not you leave with them in place as well? Learn more about this lawsuit and arm yourself with education today.

Open Letter from ATF in re: Medical Marijuana Patients.
Applicable Statutes:

18 U.S.C. Sec. 922.
Other Resources:

Track Developments of Fried v. Garland here.

What the Department of Justice Really Thinks About Medical Marijuana Patients.

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