SCOTUS Denies Cert in U.S. v. Bonidy Regarding Possession of Firearms on Postal Property

Today, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Mr. Bonidy’s request for review of the Tenth Circuit Court of Appeal’s decision upholding the prohibition of carrying firearms on postal property. You can find the docket by going here and then searching based on Docket No. 15-746

As our viewers are aware, we filed an Amicus Brief, on behalf of Firearm Owners Against Crime and Firearms Industry Consulting Group®,  in support of the Court’s review of this case. You can find a copy of our Amicus here.

Since the Court has denied certiorari, the United States Postal Services prohibition on possession of firearms on postal property will remain in effect, until a new challenge can be brought to overturn the unconstitutional regulations.

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