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    "The future of 2nd Amendment litigation OCTOBER 12TH at 4:15 and 5:00 pm.

    To all who live in the Constitution State,

    I have received word that the Quinnipiac Federalist Society will be hosting a very interesting event next Wednesday. For all of us who live in the Connecticut, this could be a very interesting discussion.

    I wonder if any state or local officials will attend to expand their knowledge regarding the Second Amendment.

    As an individual, I will make every attempt to attend and listen to what I believe could be a very interesting discussion.

    I only hope that the main stream media has been made aware of this event and gives it the coverage it rightfully deserves.


    HERE IS THE INFORMATION THAT I RECEIVED

    The Quinnipiac Federalist Society will host Attorney Alan Gura on Wednesday October 12
    th in the faculty commons. A beer and wine reception will begin at 4:15 pm followed by Mr. Gura’s presentation at 5 pm.


    Mr. Gura was instrumental in fighting to have the Supreme Court strike down the DC and Chicago handgun bans. Mr. Gura litigated both District of Columbia v. Heller and McDonald v. Chicago in front of the Supreme Court, and he will discuss the future of 2nd Amendment litigation.

    Following Mr. Gura’s presentation Professor Stephen Gilles will provide commentary before a question and answer period.
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    Is this event open to the public?

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    The event should be open to the public

    Quote Originally Posted by JohnO View Post
    Is this event open to the public?
    It is my understanding that this event is in fact open to the public.

    Ed Peruta

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    It is indeed free and open to the public.

    http://law.quinnipiac.edu/x879.xml

    I can't make it as I have boy scouts with my son and I can't let him down on this activity.

    I hope someone can make a video.

    Jonathan
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    I have never seen a person drink tea from a coke bottle while standing on their head, that doesn't mean it is illegal.

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